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Hey fellas, are you looking to achieve better, fuller, and longer-lasting immunity against the Coronavirus? If so, please note that injecting the COVID-19 vaccine into your [censored by management] will NOT aid you in achieving that goal.

The medical community is warning men that a social media post claiming that doctors have found the COVID-19 vaccine works best for men if it’s injected directly into the [censored by management] is NOT true.

The post is more than a year old, yet social media users continue to fall for the hoax.


“And just like that… All the men in the world became anti-vaxxers overnight.”

Fun Fact: there are certain E.D. medications that require the patient to self-administer a [censored by management] injection.

Mount Nittany Health offers the following encouraging advice: “You may be nervous about doing self-injection at first. But with practice, it will get easier. Your healthcare provider will show you how to do self-injection the first time. If you have anxiety about giving the shot, if you have manual dexterity problems, or if you can’t see your [censored by management] due to your weight, your partner can be taught how to inject the medicine.”

Hammer and Nigel take a lot of meds, but none of them are administered via needle and syringe into the genitals.

Conversely, WIBC’s Rob Kendall aggressively demands ALL of his medications be administered in that manner, regardless of FDA warnings against doing so.

“No one’s going to tell me what I can and can’t inject into my [censored by management],” Kendall told listeners Monday.

Question: “What if the COVID-19 vaccine could ONLY be injected into the [censored by management? Would you opt-out?”

Give it some thought while enjoying the latest hit single from “Hammer and Nigel Records.”