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#1 4 years ago

The daily use of [insert chemical here] rapidly increases muscles and testosterone levels throughout your body. As a result of which Arginine and vitamins gets converted into testosterone; which is instantly available for your body to use it in maximizing strength. In this process, an additional flow of blood increases oxygen that makes your muscles contract at an increased rate. This whole process helps make you feel more youthful and energetic.go here for review==>>[insert link here]
So basically you become the Hulk except you're not green and the testosterone force-grows a beard? I don't get it. DarthParrot, is the science of this bot sound?



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#2 4 years ago

TestosteroneBot thinks people here are not manly enough.


Disclaimer: Personal opinions still not endorsed by Ryojin.



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#3 4 years ago

Depends, what chemical is it that they expect you to consume everyday?




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#4 4 years ago

Spironolactone

Go ahead, take lots of it Uchujin, it works wonders I swear




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#5 4 years ago

Toph;5737425Spironolactone

Go ahead, take lots of it Uchujin, it works wonders I swear

Well, that makes total sense considering that Spironolactone is essentially testosterone plus two functional groups.

Testosterone:

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Spironolactone:

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In Spironolacetone, the upper penta-acetate group and the lower sulfer group could both be chopped off by oxidative and reductive processes respectively to make testosterone.

Even if that doesn't happen in the body, the shape of Spironolactone is a close enough analogue that it may still interact with the same enzymes that testosterone does. Their stereochemistry is essentially identical.




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#6 4 years ago

In fact it does, my good parrot, and in fact it beats testosterone in the popularity contest, decreasing serum testosterone and DHT levels.

In fact.




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#7 4 years ago

In fact: This is turning into a Nobel academic study.




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#8 4 years ago

Parrot did most of the work in our pioneering sciencing, but I'm going to write my name first in the list of authors and claim to be the PI, just like in real science.




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#9 4 years ago

And, DarthParrot will become Heisenberg in a few years' time.




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#10 4 years ago

Uchuujin;5737407 So basically you become the Hulk except you're not green and the testosterone force-grows a beard? I don't get it. DarthParrot, is the science of this bot sound? [/QUOTE]

I reckon turning green is probably the only effect it has.

[QUOTE=Ryojin;5737410]TestosteroneBot thinks people here are not manly enough.

Shows what it knows. We're fucking BEASTS. Rawr etc.




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