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Extenze: Now Making Energy Shots



Questions for You:
Do you ever drink energy drinks and wish they could make your penis larger? 

If you responded yes, or even if you responded no, you’re in luck. Extenze has now gone for the energy 
drink salt lick and put a new shot-sized product that is identical in shape to 5 Hour Energy. 

So what’s the real deal? Is this a thrill or a lame chill? What’s it taste like? Does it provide results?
At first sip, the Extenze  Shot tastes rather strong, as do most in this size (giggles). It is like syrup, and it doesn’t taste as sweet as one can expect. 

After two minutes, I began to wonder “Why is my face hot?” IT’S MAKING THE WRONG HEAD EXTEND. They failed to mention on the label that this drink includes paranoia, and it also leads to hyperactivity such as humming show tunes off key. 

After three minutes, I began to wonder…why am I sweating? But only in my face? Like seriously, what is in this shit? My face is burning, and I am now sweating under my lip…..

After four minutes, I started to feel like chemicals were moving around inside my body, and suddenly things felt like a Phillip Morris factory…meaning they were fucking up. 

No results…..Other than Tingling.
What a tease?

This is the last time I will ever try this drink while driving.

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