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You may have heard of lip fillers - the things that people get so they can look like a Kardashian, but usually end up looking like they've had a severe allergic reaction to something. Not a good look, basically.
But it's not just lips that can get a boost with fillers... As Phillip Schofield found out on This Morning, you can do the same with penises.
This Morning guest Stuart Price appeared on the show alongside girlfriend Carys Tedstone to discuss his experience with penis fillers - which he said have massively increased his confidence.
The non-invasive enlargement surgery is apparently becoming increasingly popular in the UK, with one clinic telling This Morning they've seen a 70 percent rise in the procedure in the last three years.
Finding out more about the logistics of getting fillers in such an intimate area, hosts Phillip Schofield and Rochelle Humes asked Stuart if the procedure had hurt.
"She handled it really softly," he said.
"There was a little prick at the start..."
Giggling, Phil chipped in: "Well there you go. Considerably bigger by the end of it!"
The presenter then congratulated Stuart on his wordplay, adding: "Well done by the way, that's very good."
Things continued in this vein, as you'd expect.
Many viewers were also left stifling the laughs after so many double entendres.
One person tweeted: "Breaking news!!!!! World record achieved on #Thismorning. The most sexual innuendos in 3 minutes."
Another said: "This segment on #thismorning about penisfillers... I can't. @Schofe clearly making all these double entendres, the woman keeps making eye contact with her boyfriend's crotch, Phillip using condiment bottles are comparisons... NOOOOOOOOooOOOOOOOOOO."
A third added: "How the hell is @Schofe keeping a straight face whilst saying 'penis fillers are on the rise' and 'so the ups and downs of penis fillers'? I cannot cope."
Stuart explained that he decided to go ahead with the surgery after losing 10 stone, and with it, a good degree of his self-confidence. He told viewers: "I felt a lot more confident."
He added: "Just my size, I was doubting myself."
Carys said she didn't even know Stuart was having the surgery until two weeks beforehand.
"He didn't tell me," Katherine said.
"I'd been with him for about three months and he kept it from me until two weeks before he had the procedure done.
"I was a bit shocked, there was nothing wrong with the size in the beginning. It's life. It was a confidence issue with him."
Carys added that she'd noticed a difference in Stuart since the procedure, adding: "He's lot more vibrant. He just wants to flaunt himself now, whereas before he was really shy and composed."
Well, good to see that things are on the up.
Featured Image Credit: ITV
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