Bob from the Enzyte commercials

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    Any idea what he's packing? Apparently it was big enough to get him the key to the city. Must be impressive. What's with the constant smile though? He looks like the Joker.
     
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    I guess I'll have to pay attention next time the commercial comes on.

    Heh.
     
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    Hopefully a suitcase. Those commercials are on so often, they're annoying now.
     
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    I doubt there is anything there that isn't average. He's just an actor chosen for the ad.

    Concerning the smile: I'm sure that's one reason he got chosen for the ad, but to me, it looks like a deformity.
     
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    The maniacal "Smilin Bob" from Enzyte is also on a commercial spot for loan consolidator LendingTree.com. In that one he has the same fixed wide-mouthed grin while talking about his upscale home in the suburbs, new car, and country club membership.

    "How do I do do it? I'm in debt up to my eyeballs. I can barely pay my finance charges. Somebody help me." :biggrin1:
     
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    Nope. Same premise different actor.

    The commercials that are about to drive me out of my ever lovin' rabbitt ass mind are the ones for "Girls gone wild" and "it's my first time" Yeah, first time... thats the ticket. I wonder if when they sign the rights away to the pictues and video if they were thinking about the futu... oh, let me stop right there... I used the word thinking.... sorry.




     
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    Am I wrong if I fucking LOVE those commercials? They crack me up, man! But truly it's his wife that makes the commercial. The satisfied grin on her face as she brings out that TALL glass of tea is HYSTERICAL!!! ROFL just thinking about it! :biggrin1:
     
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    Ok, I'll admit it too. There are really two of them that make me laugh the one when he dives in the pool. The look on the black woman when he gets out is priceless. The other they don't show anymore was "Bob" going to the home improvement center to learn about "quality wood", i.e. soft wood and hard wood. It was funny as hell.
     
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    OK, mildly off-track, but does anyone know what Enzyte is/does? Is it for ED, or PE? That is, does it get up what you've got, or does it give you more than you had?
     
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    Depending on who you believe, Enzyte and the dozens of other male enchancement products are worthless overpriced capsules meant to enrichen the manufacturers at the expense of the naiive customer. Here in Southern California, another boiler room operation was recently shut down selling penis pills that promised to "add three inches of manhood." It was no different than many other lawsuits brought by the FDA against manufacturers such as "Longitude" who's fatal downfall was a money back guarentee which it failed to deliver on. The more cunning and shrewd enhancement manufacturers (such as Enzyte) have extensive CYA wording in the website ads mixed in with the pseudo- pharmachology and promises.

    The ads borrow heavily from the mystic herbal Far East for inspiration where Tantra and Kung- Fu were born, and Shaolin priests could supposedly keep hard-ons for days. It's also the same culture known for being stereotypically hung like cocktail sausages.

    In the end there may be some medical science beyond the placebo effect. L-Arginine and Zic, both listed as ingredients in Enzyte (along with Yohimbe Extract, Ginko Biloba, and secret sauce) have been shown to increase blood flow to the penis.