There’s irony and there’s IRONY, and this story clearly falls into the latter category. Robby Gordon, NASCAR Sprint Cup team owner and racer of all things with four wheels, alleges that male-enhancement pill maker ExtenZe failed to rise to the occasion and pay him for their Sprint Cup sponsorship. ExtenZe, on the other hand, claims Gordon breached the contract by pulling rookie Kevin Conway from the car and driving himself. Gordon is suing ExtenZe for $690,000, the amount of sponsorship money agreed upon but not paid.
I’m not a doctor and I don’t play one on TV, but medically speaking, there is no possible way a pill is going to increase the size of your junk. All the proprietary herbs in the world won’t make you taller (by any measure), smarter, better looking or attract women with natural pheromones (unless you’re an insect or a non-human mammal). Since there are plenty of guys out there willing to give it a shot, companies like this make serious money until the FDA steps in and shuts them down. I’d be willing to bet that Gordon is in a hurry to get paid, since he’s got some legitimate concerns that ExtenZe isn’t poised for growth and may not last much longer. Pun intended.
Source: The New York Times