The mere thought of someone injecting a foreign substance into my vagina makes my whole body seize up like a tin soldier, so I'm not really sure how women are braving 'G-Shots', but they are.
Or so say fans of the sexy jab, which lasts just four months and is performed using local anaesthetic. It also costs quite a lot of money: "Some people say [NZ $2,250] is kind of high for something that's temporary," says Dr David Matlock, the Beverly Hills physician who invented the shot. "But I say it's a small price to pay for such a bundle of joy."
I personally think the real bundle of joy is to be found in the 'G-Spot Amplification' testimonials, mainly because they read like the women have been huffing nitrous all day:
"I was riding in the car with my partner and we went on this cobblestone road and I became sexual aroused [sic] which lead to uncontrollable laughter... guess what happened next?"
"The effects of the G-Shot is instant and within 4 hours of the shot you can pleasure yourself with ecstasy."
"During my spinning class I have this smile on my face and people think that I am enjoying my workout but actually I am sexually aroused."
"After my G-Shot I get sexually aroused performing yoga"
Also, the shot would appear to transform your G-Spot from a dot of human tissue into a real living thing, controlling lady machinery from inside like a tiny factory worker:
"My G-Spot is always present and ready for action at a moments notice."
"What a result. All I have to do is think about sex and I can feel my G-Spot react."
According to G-Shot, 87 per cent of women in a pilot study reported enhanced sexual arousal/gratification after the treatment. Which is a good success rate I suppose.
However, if non G-Shot sex was a total downer afterwards you'd be facing almost US$6k annually to extend the delirium. Keeping Dr David Matlock - from whom physicians can order the "compound, posters and print-ready ads" RIGHT NOW - in Ferraris forever.
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