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How To Enlarge Your Penis

Released: Sep 01st, 1985
Running Time: 30
Director: John Stagliano
Company: VCR
Cast: Erica Boyer
Critical Rating: A 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: A 1/2

The thickness of the penis can mean the “difference between a hot dog and a salami,” according to star Scott Taylor.  In a matter of less than 30 minutes, Mr. Taylor shows how to use “the pump,” a device (usually ordered via the mail) which enlarges the male organ.

Taylor shows how this air pump works, where to buy it, what kind to buy and then demonstrates on himself as his penis turns alarmingly red. He describes the pain as “a rug burn,” but tells how minor the pain is compared to the sheer delight of having “a larger, thicker cock.”

He talks to the camera and masturbates, claiming that he and his friends pump together and “it’s so erotic.” Sure it is… if you can stand the pain of having your penis stretched to the moon.

I’ve never used a pump, and based on this tape, I never will.  However, after enlarging his organ, Taylor engages in a pretty hot sex scene with the shaven Erica Boyer, whom he calls over to stroke his air pump.

How To Enlarge Your Penis sounds enticing.  But with Scott Taylor flubbing his lines, improvising and being very vague as to the origins and legitimacy of these pumps, the whole affair seems rather tacky and unprofessional.  What ever happened to, “It Ain’t The Meat, It’s The Motion?”


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