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It's hard being a man in a world of sexual stimulants endorsed by pharmaceutical companies, whose main purpose is to get as many clients on board as possible. My first encounter started when I got bewildering invitations at the age of twenty, to a twenty first birthday party at my local nightclub: sponsored by Durex - Strawberry flavour and ribbed for her delight condoms. The tantalizing invitation depicted scantily dressed girls dancing provocatively on top of giant strawberries. 'Pippa and her favourite pips invite you to come.' The campaign worked - all enthused, I sold it to a few reluctant chums, claiming fruity girls will be there handing out condoms as fruity condiments - the fruitiest is called Pippa. The problem was, all the twenty and a half lads in the district got the same fruity invite, and so queuing was a long affair. Eventually on entering the club, no Pippa or her favourite pips were there. I felt deflated; it's not the only time I felt duped into buying into something that claimed wonderful delights - my most recent deflating experience was how I found Viagel.
If the product was 'Viagela Lawson' instead, it would be a bigger stimulus. Plus, I couldn't get the word 'Viagra' out of my head, excuse the pun. For a decade I ignored those banal viral emails stating penis enhancements and the wonders of 'Viagra'. I kept telling myself, 'no I don't want to please my girl to the point she can't walk'. Friends of mine, who never had erectile dysfunctions have complained after pinning their girl three times in the night; the next day their own appendages have a mind of it's own and pins them in their chair against their workstation. Unable to move, and if they did move; repositioning their member beforehand was advisable; preferably strapped behind their trouser belt so their incessant arousal is undetected. Detection is exactly what your second entity wants. This occurrence can go on for days, in a healthy male who was just experimenting with the little blue pills. Viagel, initially suited me, I didn't have to swallow anything and Viagel being a gel, whereby a iota amount of gel is all you need for the product to take hold of your appendage and stimulate it for great results. How could you go wrong?
Apparently a mild squeaky massage is all that it requires - a few rubs with Viagel and immediately you'll get a grandiose urge for sexual interaction. A tingly sensation is what they claim and it'll get your pulse racing and that's without the use of the internet and your better half downstairs, safely watching ER. Just several strokes with this gel should make your lower belly wobble with an intensity that'll make your penis uncoil up as if it had won the lottery - my penis helmet, bulbously purple with a huge rush of blood, stretching my erective tissue dial to 'high sensitivity overload'. As you can see I wasn't expecting much for 14.00 GBP. I wasn't use to the slow massage motion, as stated on the detailing of the Viagel for men product. Generally, I use a far quicker yank to start my motor running; a bit like a 1930's Ford T. Three quick rotations and, Houston we have 'lift off'. I came to the understanding Viagel is no more than a lubricant, armoured with fancy Chinese herbal extracts that just makes your manhood smell oriental - medically oriental rather. Overall, I had a bigger sensation when I accidentally dropped peppermint toothpaste on to my member while brushing my tongue after an intimate session, months earlier.
More Viagel was massaged up to my pubic bone this time; longer strokes to the tip of my penis and I gently manoeuvred to my scrotum. I was getting some sensation but I wasn't sure if it was Viagel or by my own expert handling of the awakening beast. I imagined my lovely girlfriend's frond. The awakening beast was now searching for its cereal, moving around doing semi circular jerks, on its own, feeling incredibly moist. My balls felt tender and subconsciously tighter - it could've been Viagel. I heard the light downstairs switch off, and her dainty feet labour up the stairs. She entered the bedroom. Her dressing gown dropped to the floor, I hardened. She sat on the bed. I hardened still. She then laid on a wet patch of Viagel - and shrieked; 'eeeeeeeekkkk - Now I know why you went to bed fifteen minutes earlier!' - My appendage wilts and mopes back to its hairy scrotum nest.
Don't go to bed with Viagel on your own. Do the procedure together, with your partner - also a major factor for me is; to cut down on your caffeine intake before trying out this product, it already has caffeine in it to stimulate your penis, so drinking caffeine prior to usage will disable the product's effectiveness. By having Ginseng extracts in it's ingredients, Viagel will give you a higher libido for days later, so make sure that it equals your partner's libido, otherwise you're in for big disappointments. Viagel also has a 'Viagel for women' product - I personally don't know what the difference is; accept that the packaging is different. Being 100% Latex Friendly, it can be part of foreplay and condom use if you are in a new relationship. For the price, I find the product poor but the marketing language is inflamed. It doesn't excite me.
I'm not going to stop drinking caffeine for any product. Sadly, it depends on your personal chemical balances whether you'll experience anything as exciting as 'titillating'.
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