Augment (v): to make something greater by adding to it; to increase.
I must warn you that this particular essay may be a bit blunt and graphic.
I am not choosing this profile because I desire controversy, but rather, to explain how powerful ideas can be supplanted by mediocrity.
From time to time when I check the inbox for my emails, I am inundated by offers to “augment” my penis.
They are basically working under the concept that I am dissatisfied with the little fellow. Or maybe it’s the insecurity they wish to play off–that I fear my lover is unfulfilled with my girth or length. It could be just the classic misconception that “big is always better.”
I quickly delete these advertisements, and sure enough, after a few weeks they disappear for a season, only to once again pilfer through, trying to convince me of the dwindling possibility below my belly line.
Yet there are many things I would like to augment. My penis is not one of them.
- I would like to augment my generosity.
- I would like to augment my perseverance.
- I would like to augment my discipline in eating fewer calories.
- I would like to augment my compassion.
- I would certainly like to augment my patience.
I could go on and on about what I wish to augment–but I never receive offers on these points of interest, only a proliferation of opportunities to extend my cartilage.
I am not a prude. But I’m also not obsessed with my own sexuality.
I want to live in a world that becomes concerned about augmenting common sense–so that I don’t have to be known by what “Jane thinks about my Dick.”
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