When you look at a pelvis, or feel around down there, you notice that it is composed of the right and left lobe. Imagine it looks like a butterfly, and these two lobes are the wings. Sometimes, if you do things wrong like walking past your limit or sitting too far, imagine that these wings flap. Consequently, the pelvis snaps shut like a turtle beak and lots of stuff gets trapped between. Guts, the genital ball, air and wastes. Now your legs are too close together, knees tangle, you look awkward and you can't sit down. Many years ago, we correct this only with surgery, but today there are drugs that you can buy with us that will help you.
Buy our bottle of pelvis oil and pour it in whatever holes you see down there. In lucky cases, the pelvis will creak open like a rusty door. If your pelvis remains shut even after the oil, select to have one of our doctors shipped to you.
Silo leg will likely haunt one in every twenty people who work in silos or handle silage for sport recreation. Those who drink grainshakes more than twice a day may develop silo leg in rare cases, and those who go barefoot around grain animals. A qualified medical doctor is required to irrigate and swaddle the affected leg& or that's what they made you think! No, we can fix it with drugs and only drugs. No cutting, no dripping, no loss of hopping. You will be back in your silo barefoot in no time. Send us a photo of your leg and we will mix the right drug for you.
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Now with the sun and the warmth and the generally pleasant atmosphere, you can no longer blame the weather for why you've spent the last sixteen hours sitting inside. You'll need to stay on your toes if you want to stay in your chair.
This tuna ain't working, bro, and this gross hot dog needs a one way trip to go live on your uncle's Flavor Farm.
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