Hugh Jawilly is a height-challenged 18-year old male who knew in his heart of hearts that he was never going to grow any bigger. At 4'3", Hugh is now fully grown according to his physicians. But he never gave up hope that someday he'd find a treatment for his condition. So, when he saw an ad in his e-mailbox that touted the wonders of a pill for male enlargement, he decided to give it a try. Mr. Jawilly could be said to be just a tad mentally challenged as well.
Jawilly sent in the $39.95 for the "Big-Man Enhancer" tablets and was pleasantly surprised when they arrived just four short days later. However, his joy has now turned to agony and embarrassment. Jawilly now has a penis longer than his legs, but his body remains at the 4'3" height.
"What do I know?" said Jawilly. The ad said male enlargement, the box of pills said male enlargement. I didn't feel I needed to read the literature that came with the pills because I just wanted to get taller. I guess I couldn't see the forest for the trees on this one," he said.
Asked if he's ever seen other ads akin to this one, Jawilly said, "sure, you mean penis enlargement ads, right? Sure I get lots of those too. I never gave those a second glance as I was ok in that department if you know what I mean. But this one didn't really mention penis so much as just saying male enlargement. I figured heck, if they have pills to enlarge penises, why wouldn't there be one to enlarge the whole body? There are plenty of short men out there who would love a pill like that, you know? Maybe so much so that, like me, they would be fooled into buying something they didn't need."
Regardless of the old saying "buyer beware," Jawilly is considering filing a lawsuit against the company hoping to get some kind of settlement out of the deal to pay for the plastic surgery he is now facing to allow him to walk without tripping over his penis.