I would like to take this opportunity to answer some of your questions:
you: What part of my post is the worst?
me: where do i begin?
you: we have shit in this world working against the T-levels of everyone, including teenage boys? That maybe, perhaps, with all this same shit, that the important T-levels of today’s youth may not be what it should, compared to a few generations ago?
me: right, improved nutrition, updated medical science, and improved living conditions (i.e. not halfing to walk up-hill both ways to school, with one shoe, only to have to walk back home with the one shoe, to give to your brother, so he could walk uphill to school with the shoe, just before he boiled it to get his daily recommended protein requirement…) have threatened todays youth’s testosterone levels.
me: wait, where were we?
you: you were telling me about stuff
me: oh yeah, sorry.
you: People come here for a unique perspective and advice that is a little more informed than the usual rigamaroo
me: Ok…I am not really sure what rigamaroo is, but I like the sound of it. It might be a nice compliment to some whole-wheat rigatoni. As far as the advice…it is being given. This place is a haven of sound advice. No particular offense to you or anything, but if you are 15 and using t-boosters - well, you are probably not on the right track.
You: I like tranny’s.
me: that may be the case, but anyway, I will qualify my statement by saying that unless you have exhausted, or at least fully embraced for a significant period of time, the eat-sleep-lift-eat-some-more-lifestyle…at 15, t-boosters won’t do much for you.[/quote]
Me: Laughs, chuckle