Sounds like a good idea SWM. DLD did mention a while back that in his early years he wanted to become a priest or a minister. I know he has given each one of us his blessing in his heart, maybe if he was ordained a blessing would carry a little more weight and make fast gainers out of all of us. . I can see the new homepage now..."DLD's Holy Penis Enlargement site.... If you truly believe you will gain! Guaranteed to put the Holy in 'Holy penis Batman!'"
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