Feels Like a Good Thing

On a whim, I decided to try HerSolution. A woman at the train station was talking to one of her friends about how well it worked and how great she felt when she was with her boyfriend. The way she told the story made it sound like she was some kind of erotic romance novel writer. One guy who was near her started laughing uncontrollably when he heard her tell the story. She then turned around and told the guy not to eavesdrop on her conversation, to which the guy replied that she was telling the story loud enough for everyone in the train station to hear.

The little exchange between the guy and the girl at the train station kept playing over and over in my head throughout the rest of the day, and it made me chuckle. I then started to wonder just how well the pills she was describing actually worked. I looked up some reviews for the pills online, and people seemed to be raving about it, but not quite in full detail like the woman at the train station was doing. I don’t think I’ll ever find anyone quite like that woman.

I found a website that sells the pills and added them to my cart. I hovered my mouse over the checkout button, pondering over whether I should buy the pills or save my money. I took a chance and placed my order, with a slight sense of regret for making a decision without seeing the results first hand. I didn’t know if I had been suckered by hype, or just made a great purchasing decision. Days later, the pills arrived, and I was given the chance to see if my money was well spent. I tried the pills, and I was ready to start raving about them at the train station too.

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