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The man who claimed to be from Gympie, Queensland, and & # 39; Joe & # 39; to describe why he asked for $ 6,000 in donations on a Go Fund Me page

& # 39; With your help I can make my dreams come true & # 39 ;: man advocates a & # 39; penis makeover & # 39; of $ 6,000 because his wife is ashamed of his manhood – and he asks YOU to pay

  • Gympie-man went to GoFundMe to raise money for medical procedures
  • He is asking for money for a vasectomy, circumcision and penis enlargement
  • The campaign started nine months ago, but still has to raise one dollar
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A man went to a fundraising page to ask people for money so that he could get a & # 39; penis makeover & # 39; can have.

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The man who claimed to be from Gympie, Queensland, and & # 39; Joe & # 39; to describe why he asked for $ 6,000 in donations on a Go Fund Me page.

& # 39; My wife and I had our first child over a year ago and as big as our sweet girl, I want her to be the last one we ever have (my wife wants more) & # 39 ;, the man claimed .

The man who claimed to be from Gympie, Queensland, and & # 39; Joe & # 39; to describe why he asked for $ 6,000 in donations on a Go Fund Me page

The man who claimed to be from Gympie, Queensland, and & # 39; Joe & # 39; to describe why he asked for $ 6,000 in donations on a Go Fund Me page

& # 39; We can barely afford, let alone much more, so please help me castrate and reduce the population.

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However, Joe goes deeper into the question why he needs circumcision and penis enlargement.

The post describes his wife's disappointment in his & # 39; micro-penis & # 39 ;.

& # 39; This is the most expensive operation but not the most important, & # 39; Joe claims.

& # 39; I will never be able to afford this operation alone, with your help I can finally make my dreams come true that I have no other child and satisfy my wife. & # 39;

The campaign was launched nine months ago with a fixed goal of $ 6,000 and still needs a single donation.

The Gympie man posted the GoFundMe campaign before describing why he asked for $ 6,000 in donations to cover his future medical bills (stock image)
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The Gympie man posted the GoFundMe campaign before describing why he asked for $ 6,000 in donations to cover his future medical bills (stock image)

The Gympie man posted the GoFundMe campaign before describing why he asked for $ 6,000 in donations to cover his future medical bills (stock image)

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