British Man Needs An Influx Capacitor

Meet Jimmy Croxton and his (really cute) girlfriend, Natalie Wilshaw.

Jimmy is saddled with type 1 diabetes and has been unable to “slip one past the goalie,” so to speak. Now Jimmy has hope, thanks to something called a “Vampire Penis Jab.”

Jimmy Croxton, from Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, has been trying for a baby with his girlfriend, Natalie Wilshaw. But fluctuating blood sugar levels caused by Jimmy’s type 1 diabetes have damaged nerves in his penis, leading to erectile dysfunction and problems ejaculating.

However, that’s all set to change, thanks to a new £1,200 treatment, called a P-Shot developed from an anti-ageing facial used by Kim Kardashian.

When I hear a phrase like “vampire penis jab,” I immediately think I’m going to be punched by someone’s undead member. No. Thank. You.

4 thoughts on “British Man Needs An Influx Capacitor

  1. I believe if I had a genetic defect and wanted a child, I’d adopt. Why inflict my offspring to the pain/suffering/or whatever I had to endure? Plus, there are A LOT of children who would love to be in a family.


  2. I totally agree with TXNICK77.

    After viewing his girlfriend’s lovely countenance I think that his ED may be caused by something other than diabetes. At first glance I thought that it was his mother………..


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