Or maybe I'm wrong. Maybe "Charis" kicked me in the balls. Or maybe it was Steve Girsky AND Charis Johnson who kicked me in the balls. I'm not sure yet because my balls still hurt and I can't think straight. Oh, and how lucky am I? I got SIXTY times the ball kicking because I paid $6,000 to get my balls kicked. So I got 60 times the ball-kicking and suppose I should be happy. After all, it was 60 times more than what this guy was asking for.
In fact, being a good samaritan, I will email this guy a link to some autosurfs, sign him up, and then he can get his balls kicked for whatever price he wants all day long.
Hey, I feel better already. I can help people now! Don't tell me that the man who took out that ad and I are the only one's who pay large sums of money to get our balls kicked.
In fact, if any of you reading this would like to start your own autosurf and start your very own ball kicking operation, here's a primer for you...
Hey, don't judge us folks who pay large sums of money to have our balls kicked. It wasn't like we originally intended for it to happen. It just did. And strangely enough, we started to like it.
In fact, here's where I'm trying to get my balls kicked now:
It only hurts the first time.
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