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GREG went to the fam­ily GP and said, “Doc­tor, I’m hav­ing a lot of trou­ble get­ting an erec­tion. Can you help me?”

Af­ter a com­plete ex­am­i­na­tion, the quack said sadly, “The prob­lem is the mus­cles around the base of your pe­nis are dam­aged. I’m afraid there’s noth­ing I can do for you un­less you’re will­ing to try an experimental treat­ment.” “What’s the treat­ment?” Greg asked. “What we do is take the mus­cles from the trunk of a baby ele­phant and im­plant them in your pe­nis,” the doc ex­plained,

Greg sobbed, “The thought of go­ing through life with­out ever hav­ing sex again is too much to bear. Let’s go for it.”

A few weeks af­ter the op­er­a­tion, Greg was given the green light to use his new and im­proved equip­ment. He planned a ro­man­tic evening and took his mis­sus to one of the nicest restau­rants in the city.

In the mid­dle of din­ner he felt a stir­ring be­tween his legs that con­tin­ued to the point of be­ing un­com­fort­able. Greg un­zipped his fly to re­lease the pres­sure.

His wang im­me­di­ately sprung from his pants, went to the top of the ta­ble, grabbed a roll, then re­turned to his pants.

His girl­friend was stunned but then smiled, “That was in­cred­i­ble. Can you do it again?”

“I guess so,” Greg replied, “but I don’t think I can fit an­other roll in my arse.”

Harry, SA

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