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Posted by Mr Spamalicious | Posted in Penis Spam - Get a Bigger, Harder, Thicker, More Erect Penis Now!, WTF Spam - Gibberish, Poppycock, and Random Letters | Posted on 08-31-2009

If the weird drawing reverse CAPTCHA type penis drawing isn’t enough to prompt a visit to their website, there’s pages of awesome gibberish to read! Going once, going twice…sold to the truly desperate man  with the wet noodle winkie!

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