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Monday, 1 November 2010

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After Kate Gosselin told the whole world about Jon Gosselin being a little short on length and Elin Woods stated a similar story about Tiger Woods, the two have been seen together at a clinic in Beverly Hills.

Although neither admitted anything, the clinic is known for both transplants and cosmetic surgery.

"If either of them can get help it will be there", stated a former patient who asked not to be identified in an article in the 'West Coast Post'.

"I went in and came out with four and a half. I admit that isn't even average but I had a two-incher. Also, I've added a lot to circumference. That can help too when you consider total volume!"

Meanwhile, Tiger Woods told The Post that he was there to encourage Jon as they have became friends over the past year.

In a little while, Jon Gosselin came by and told us the same thing about Tiger Woods. Both also claimed their ex-wives were simply trying to embarrass them.

"Almost every morning I get up and have to delete at least 50 junk emails on enlarging my Big Jon. They have pumps, patches, stretchers and creams. If I wanted it to get bigger, they tell me, I should rub on their cream. Well, Beep! It gets bigger just rubbing on Ky-Jelly."

Finally Tiger came back out and asked Jon if he was ready...then they both paused as Lady Gaga came out.

"Boys, they do wonderful work in there."

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