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Man Pranks His Sweet Girlfriend By Putting Love Stimulant In Her Drink.


Man Pranks His Sweet Girlfriend by Putting Female Love Stimulant In Her Drink.

We’ve seen pranks done by men and women to their partners and some of these videos can either be hilarious or cruel. However, this recent prank by Ryan Hamilton of Hammy TV on his girlfriend is both funny and cruel—and people are now going crazy about and wanted to try it themselves.

The usage of this stimulant in men has already been proven numerous times. But does female version work on women the same as male ones would? Since the medicine enhances intimacy in men by increasing the blood flow to their private part, the Germans theorized that the medicine could have a similar effect on women, increasing the blood flow to the female private part and thereby producing better intimacy, sensation, and lubrication in that area.

To prove its effectiveness, Ryan Hamilton of Hammy TV pranked his girlfriend by spiking her drink with love potion. Will it work, or will his efforts fail him?



To his shock, his girlfriend started acting weird. She was immediately confused by just the smell of his cologne and didn’t even mind the traffic as she tried to kiss him in their car! As soon as they reach his mom’s home, the woman would even give him signals and wanted him to come into one room. She was really feeling the effects of the medicine and wanted to do something about it!





According to research, it is anticipated the global market that what drug is there for men, should also be available for women. Female Viagra-type supplements have been available on the internet for more than a decade, and it claims to really hit the spot. The pill works by stimulating feelings in neurotransmitters in the brain, rather than controlling blood flow to the female part, as the pill does.





The studies done to test its effectiveness on women have yielded less-than-stellar results, probably because men and women are fundamentally different when it comes to desires. Though the increased blood flow down below has caused some women who've tried the medicine to experience physical desires, it's had little effect on it.





Should you try it? No, absolutely not! For starters, the Food and Drug Administration has approved it only for men (even though some doctors still prescribe it to their female patients, but that's a whole other issue). And there has been little research on what kinds of side effects it might have on women.





The most common reactions that men experience include headaches, indigestion, diarrhea, flushed skin, and dizziness. It's even been known to cause heart attacks and strokes, especially when taken with certain other medications. Plus, you shouldn't be thinking about taking any prescription medicine unless it's been prescribed for you by your physician!





The hilarious video became viral on social media, gathering mixed reactions from people. While some people thought the prank was hilarious, some believe his actions were cruel towards the woman. Nevertheless, the video garnered a whopping 34 million views.


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Source: Daily Mail | Facebook

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