OT Poll: Peyronies Disorder

Do You Have Pyrones Disorder?

  • Nope, no curves here

    Votes: 12 63.2%
  • Maybe, I got a banana

    Votes: 5 26.3%
  • Yep, treated / thinking of treatment

    Votes: 2 10.5%

  • Total voters
    19

nu2u

Redshirt Freshman
Aug 10, 2006
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The onslaught of Peyronies commercials is relentless. What's up? (pun intended). Reminds me of the publicity around Viagra for ED pushed by pharma a couple of decades ago.
 
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litespeedhuskerfan

Nebraska Football Hall of Fame
Aug 27, 2006
17,974
9,142
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Really? I sat down to watch an evening of TV a few days ago and the Pyronnes commercial must have run 10 times over a couple of hours.

Think a new slant on ED (erectile dysfunction)....



Yeah...never seen or heard of it....and i'm currently dating a smoke show who doesn't own a TV anyway, and if she doesn't do it for you, you're probably gay. Not that there's anything wrong with that.
 

TheNewNU

Blackshirt
Dec 27, 2014
3,158
3,601
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A lot of self concious guys out there watching too much 'adult entertainment' thinking there is something wrong with them if they dont have a palm tree between their legs.
 

HuskerDana

Recruiting Coordinator
Oct 14, 2007
6,546
2,300
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A lot of self concious guys out there watching too much 'adult entertainment' thinking there is something wrong with them if they dont have a palm tree between their legs.
Looked it up.... it's a curvature caused by an injury that doesn't heal correctly. Like scar tissue forms? Anyway, looks like it has nothing to do with wishing your package was bigger or ED. That would suck.
 

dinglefritz

College Football Hall of Fame
Jan 14, 2011
23,862
17,473
113
Really? I sat down to watch an evening of TV a few days ago and the Peyronies commercial must have run 10 times over a couple of hours.

Think a new slant on ED (erectile dysfunction)... corrected for spelling


Kind of awkward when the ads come on and I'm watching TV with my daughter and daughter-in-law. Good heavens there's not decency anymore on TV.
 

tpmcg

Offensive Coordinator
Mar 25, 2002
9,286
1,764
113
Kind of awkward when the ads come on and I'm watching TV with my daughter and daughter-in-law. Good heavens there's not decency anymore on TV.
clear the air and let them know you wont be buying that product.