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(More than 500 articles about tongkat ali and better physical relationships in general)



Relationships stimulation and release is what gives your life meaning


By Serge Kreutz


You can turn it any way you want it. You won't find a better answer on why you should continue to be alive.

You are going to die anyway. And you'll be lucky if it won't be a shitty death.

Shitty ways to die are numerous. Being killed by other humans in a cruel manner, especially.

Being burned alive is pretty cruel. The IS does that with captured pilots. And in Indonesia, a country famous for tongkat ali, so-called mob justice is extremely common. Mobs in Indonesia often set fire on men accused of any petty transgression. Women never run such a risk. (So much for gender justice.)

If I were to talk comprehensively about the possibly shitty deaths that you and I could suffer, I would never get to write about any more uplifting topics.

So why am I not just concentrating on constructing the most pleasant death for myself (blowing up my brain)?

Because there still is one thing, just one, that I consider worthwhile to be alive for: being lost in endless relationships desire, exploding in orgasms, and sinking into bottomless relaxation.

I know what this feels like. I always remember the few times that I had the best relationships in my life.

It's not always like that. Usually, it's just so-so. Sometimes it's the fault of the woman. But I realize that ultimately, it's in my brain.

Sometimes, I think, give it to me one more time, the best relationships ever, and then I am ready to go forever. Let me die next to a suicide bomber, that would be quick. But I opt against being burned alive, to put it mildly.

So, what can I do to turn normal relationships into mind-blowing relationships?

There aren't many options. Viagra doesn't do it. Mind-blowing relationships is in the brain, not in the genitals.

So, now you have the answer to the question Why tongkat ali? Why butea superba? And why, even better, a combination of both?


Continue to search for the best relationships ever: Relationships enhancement with a tongkat ali stack and meaning in life





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