Last day of my bachelor weekend. I didn't clean anything, didn't lift a finger. I'm not surprised at all. The motivation is weak with this one. I'm sitting here listening to some Steely Dan the iPod deigned to shuffle up, sounds good in the early evening of a lazy Sunday night. Seriously, when I say lazy, I mean lazy.
My entire day's activities: Woke up, filled up the Ford on the way to church, church, home, put on the iPod and unsuccessfully fight napping for five hours before going over to Melissa's for a fine meal. It was a shamefully unproductive day, with so much time wasted - I loved it. Sharaun and Keaton get home tomorrow, that is, unless she decides to push their flight back a day because she's not feeling well - last time I talked to her she was battling a 102° fever. Not fun flying with a baby on your lap in those conditions, I'd think. We'll see.
Today I figured I'd lead the week with a long-overdue update to my sixty-days-on-penis-pills adventure. I know it's been a while since my last update (here, for those who've already forgotten or are new to the bit), but I just haven't had the urge to do the all the ruler and GIMP work that's necessary to make an entry. But, with a weekend home alone to kill and not spending my time doing anything productive, it seemed like a fruitful time. Now then, let's catch up on what this whole thing is actually about: I've been taking the "natural male enhancement" pill Enzyte now for forty-five days.
During this forty-five days many fun and wonderful things have happened in my life. Unsurprisingly, none of those many things has been measurable penile growth. Yeah, that's right, absolutely nothing has changed... not a single centimeter. Not that I expected much. So, as I'm sure you already expected, here's this update's visual-aide graph of my growth. Showing all of nothing.
(Learn how to interpret this chart here.)
And, folks, you now know why I'm not so hot to update the progress every week. I decided a few weeks back that these pills are bunk, and don't expect a thing in the world out of my last fifteen days. And, if the Enzyte industry tries to offer me another free thirty days... well... maybe I'd take that, you know, fo rth e skae of th bolg.