Most fat and overweight people waste 50% of their productive time thinking about losing weight and 10-20% of their time working out in the gym. Whenever you hit that gym, ask yourself a question while working out, “Am I using my time wisely?” The answer would be quite obvious. Physical exercises were meant for the ancient people, they had to work hard to survive and they didn’t have to waste hours and hours of their precious time jumping from here to there in a gym. They needed to work hard physically in order to survive. We are living in the era of computers and internet. In order to survive, we need to invent new stuff that saves up time, not waste time sweating uselessly like monkeys in the gym.
This is the most honest Phenq review that you will ever find. You wanna know why? If you are expecting that Phenq will make you lose your weight ten times than you were losing at the gym exercising for 2 hours a day, you are wrong. It is a miracle pill but your expectations are too high. I was exactly the same, I thought that after just taking one pill a day I would be a slim guy within a month. I had fatty flabs all over my body and all the time I just thought about losing weight and nothing else. Nobody should go through what I went through when I was fat. My relatives would make fun of me, my friends would do the same, but it was my wife who was the worst. She wouldn’t even sleep with me.
My kids were ashamed of me. They would never make me meet any of their friends. After using Phenq for over 6 months by now, I am happier and more energetic than ever before.
Philips and Panasonic have been dominating the trimmer industry for a long while. Both these brands are considered the pioneers when it comes to the beard trimmers but there is a brand that is giving Philips and Panasonic nightmares. Hattekar has since recently been producing some cool gadgets for guys. Hattekar’s beard trimmers are really doing great in the market; customers are loving their trimmers a lot. Most of their buyers are young teenagers and young men.
4-5 months ago my teenager nephew bought one and he is in love with his trimmer. I was there at his home only when his beard trimmer from Hattekar arrived at his place. The 16 year old boy was jumping to and fro and was extremely excited. He said that it shaves very well and he has never had an issue shaving with his Hattekar Beard Trimmer.
Braun is another brand that has been producing some really good beard trimmers but their price is almost double of the Philips, Panasonic and Hattekar.
Hattekar beard trimmers are mostly available on Amazon. It is very rare to find one at a nearby Spencer’s or Walmart.
All my nephews are very tech savvy and they give me a lot of information about their gadgets and stuff whenever I visit their house.
My 15 year old nephew is extremely obsessed with Bluetooth headphones and he owns several of them. He owns one by Jabra, he owns one by Boat Rockerz, one by Skullcandy and the list is endless. I wish I had so much money and so much to choose from when I was young.
This 15 year old Bluetooth headphone gifted me one Bluetooth headphone by the Emerald about an year ago. It looks very stylish and is full of utility.
I have read almost all of Indian mythology and the Hindu rishis and sadhus have fantasized and imagined about almost everything including the Pushpak Viman “Aeroplane“, telepathy “mobile phones”, and lots of other stuff that was only discovered in this century and age. They couldn’t imagine or predict about modern cars or motorcycles but they have mentioned almost in every granth miraculous chariots and horses that can take you anywhere at a speeds exceeding thousands of miles per hour. One thing that none of the mythologies, no matter which, including Judaism, Hinduism, Sikhism, Islam, Christianity, Ancient Greek Mythology could fantasize about is the modern 21st century credit card or any sort of credit or debit card. Perhaps no homo sapien sapien other than Edward Bellamy ever thought of such a wonderful thing as a credit card until his very popular novel Looking Backward came out. Although his imaginary credit card was more like a debit card, it very much defined almost all the features of a 1940s credit card.