Don’t Be “Offsides” In The Bedroom


Have you ever been guilty of “encroachment” in the bedroom, with one of your special ladies? Far more embarrassing than guessing the snap count and getting it wrong, ejaculating is the last thing you want to be premature about.

Promescent is an FDA-approved topical spray to enable men to manage, ahem, premature ejac*lation. Created in 2011 by Dr. Ronald Gilbert (a noted urologist from California) Promescent has allowed men to have more control, the ability to last longer, and have a more fulfilling sexual experience with their partner. Promescent is used to:

· Close the orgasm gap – Men average 5-6 minutes to reach orgasm during intercourse, while it takes women about 17 minutes. Only about 30% of women reach orgasm through intercourse. (The real question is what ARE the 70% doing?)

· Have a more enjoyable sexual experience – The longer a man is able to last, the more intense and satisfying his org*sm will be.

· Treat premature ejac*lation – Unfortunately there isn’t a cure for premature ejac*lation and while there are other solutions such as SSRI’s, Promescent is the only treatment that is minimally invasive with very few possible side effects.

If you’re having trouble with “getting there early,” give Promescent the once over.

A trial size bottle of Promescent is available now for $9.95 (50% off) plus shipping of $4.95 until 12/31/2015.  This is the last time being early will pay off!


New Survey Reveals Top 3 Relationship Deal Breakers


According to a survey by DentalPlans, bad breath and other oral health issues are among the top three dating “deal breakers.”

Dental dilemmas were superseded only by having an “insanely jealous ex” and “being unemployed” as the top reasons to break off a budding romance. The “Battle of the Sexes” infographic also breaks down where to meet babes, either online or in-person.

The good news is that a great smile can help you connect with your soul mate. Thirty-one percent of those polled, both men and women, said that mouths are the facial feature they notice first. Eyes scored slightly ahead at 34 percent.


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