Polish Man Sells Testicles To Come To America. Using Kickstarter To Get Them Back

An interesting story out of Poland where a man has apparently sold his manhood to raise money to come to the United States and pursue a music career. Polish immigrant, Paul Polanski, says he’s dreamed of coming here since he was a small boy and when the opportunity to raise enough money to come here presented itself he jumped at it. Polanski was given $15,000 Polish Zloty which converts to roughly $5,300 American dollars for his testicles which he sold to a scientific study group, VLEKEN and he claims he would have gotten $20,000 but one of his testicles is misshapen. Polanski who is now living in the US has now changed his mind and has a message for VLEKEN, “I want my balls back!” By using popular Crowd funding website, Kickstarter.com Paul is attempting to buy back his testicles.” The surgery which will cost $50,000 to perform does not guarantee that Mr.Polanski will get his own manhood organs back, but he says he’s ok with that as long as they are of equal size or larger. Gifts to contributors of the campaign include merchandise such as mugs and T-Shirts that dawn the phrase, “I helped Paul get his balls back”

Paul’s story is a tragic one. He lost his balls both physically and metaphorically. First by selling his testicles to get to America and pursue his dream. Then a second time when he tried to pursue this dream while working a day job and slaving to support his overbearing wife and kids. But you can help by visiting Kickstarter.com and contributing to the campaign to help get Paul’s story told. For your contribution you will receive perk gifts that include merchandise that dawns the phrase, “I Helped Paul Get His Balls Back!”

BallsBack.org has been set up to help men regain their manhood. Since 2008, ballsback.org has helped thousands of men recapture there testicles both physically and metaphorically.

Metaphorical testicle loss can be often times much more difficult to diagnose and treat than physical testicle loss. Many men do not even realize that they no longer have testicles. Surely you have friends that fall into this category. Recent studies have found that as many as 27 million men in the United States are currently living with little to no testicles without any knowledge of their condition. Vast medical advances have been made on the forefront of battling this crippling epidemic.

Here at BallsBack.org, we take the phrase “grow a pair” very seriously. Metaphorically speaking it is possible to “grow a pair” though individuals who no longer have them find it difficult to actually accomplish this task without the intervention of family and friends. See INTERVENTION. In the event that you would like to “grow a pair”, but do not know where to start or you have a friend that falls into this category it is a wise investment to purchase our book, “How to Get Your Balls Back” which can be ordered HERE.

If your testicles have been physically removed it is important to know that it is not possible to “grow a pair”. You will need to seek professional help in obtaining and replacing your lost manhood. If you do not know where to start or you have a friend that falls into this category, it is a wise investment to purchase our book, “How to Get Your Balls Back” which can be ordered HERE.

often times in metaphorical testicle loss, the subject’s balls can be found in the purse or handbag of their significant other. Though relatively close proximity wise to the subject, said subject will likely never see his testicles again. They might as well be a million miles away.

Source: ICNW

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