Dad-of-three reveals he had his penis surgically SHORTENED to make his wife of 21 years happier in the bedroom – so is the spark still alive?
- A Sydney dad has gone to extreme lengths to shorten the size of his ‘long’ penis
- Dan, from Sydney, spilled the beans on a radio segment with Kyle and Jackie O
- The man said he made a lot of sacrifices to keep the spark alive with his wife
- He said he got his penis reduced after his wife complained it was ‘too long’
A dad-of-three has gone to extreme lengths to shorten the length of his ‘long’ penis so he could make his wife of 21 years happier in bed.
Dan, from Sydney, spilled the beans about his relationship on a radio segment with KIISFM breakfast hosts Kyle and Jackie O.
During the conversation, the man said he has made a lot of sacrifices to keep the spark alive with his wife, including undergoing surgery to reduce the length of his penis.
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Dad-of-three Dan said he has made a lot of sacrifices to keep the spark alive with his wife, including undergoing surgery to reduce the length of his penis (stock file)
‘I had my penis chopped down a little bit shorter. She complained it was too long, too big – I had an inch and a half [3.81cm] taken off,’ Dan said.
‘They just trimmed it down.’
Kyle asked whether his penis looked ‘manky’ after the procedure, but Dan said: ‘You can’t even tell. You can tell if you really look at it.’
Clearly shocked by the revelation, the radio duo asked him how ‘big’ his penis was, to which he responded: ‘It was 10 inches’ [25.4cm].
Dan said the couple used to have sex regularly – but it’s now just once a week.
‘Normally Wednesday night, mid week. I’d take control and take her to the bedroom. She used to instigate it but not so much now,’ he said.
‘Eight months ago, we were doing it three to four times a week – I’d come home from work and we’d rip each other’s clothes off.’
Despite having sex just once a week, Kylie and Jackie O applauded Dan for being able to still get lucky after more than two decades of marriage.
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