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banana-size-penis.jpgThey say it's not the size that matters.

But many men still can't quash their feelings that they would rather something more substantial 'down there'.

A demand for larger penises has driven something of a boom in surgical enlargement operations.

And now, a New York surgeon has debuted a 10-minute Botox-style procedure - that involves injecting one's own blood into their genitals.

According to Dr Norman Rowe, the board-certified surgeon behind the 'bulge booster', patients can gain 1.5 inches in circumference.

What's more, he says, they could be in and out during their lunch break.

'There is no recovery period,' Dr Rowe insisted to Daily Mail Online.

You come in, get the injection, 20 minutes later you're walking out.'

Explaining the origins of the unique procedure, Dr Rowe said he was inspired by innovations in facial fillers and sports medicine.

'In the last 10 years, we have seen the rise of so many "quick fix" operations like Botox - for the face, for the eyes... I spend so much of my day doing fillers on women's faces.

'I started to wonder: why can't I make it work for men?'

Traditionally, penis enlargement could only be done surgically.





Man marries his CELLPHONE in Vegas chapel

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man-marries-cellphone.jpgCalifornia native, Aaron Chervenak of Los Angeles headed to Sin City last month to marry the love of his life: His cell phone.

He donned a tux and his device had a white plastic case as they got married in a ceremony at the Little Vegas Chapel.

With a specially crafted ring on the back of the phone case, Chervenak was able to slip his finger into it, thus becoming one with the device.

The video, posted on YouTube by Kaspersky Lab UK, may feel like a sequel to the 2013 Oscar-winning film Her -- when a man falls in love with his mobile device, but this was crafted to show how humans are not intertwined with their phones more than ever.

Read: Unconscious Woman Receives CPR From Bride in Her Wedding Gown: 'My Nursing Instincts Kicked In'

"In a sense my smartphone has been my longest relationship," Chervenak said in the video. "What I hope my wedding will do is somehow act as a symbolic gesture to show how precious our phones are becoming in our daily lives."

The event was non-legally binding so if the phone wants to bail on its husband, it can deactivate the relationship at any time. He's also free to see other cell phones when he's due for an upgrade.

There is no word as to where they will honeymoon.