The Russian Popeye Kirill Tereshin has been eager to get even more Synthol injections.
Kirill Tereshin is a popular figure on social media, also known as “The Russian Popeye”. When he received a summons to active military duty, Tereshin was worried that he would lose weight.
Tereshin trained in the gym for two years before being admitted, and he took extreme precautions to maintain the hard-earned muscular bulk. He took Synthol for the first time at that point.
Soon after experimenting with it, Tereshin started injecting petroleum jelly into his arms in an almost compulsive manner. The physicians advised him to get surgery and cautioned him of the harm his little habit was doing.
Tereshin was made to remove the stuff from his body. He was supposed to undergo other procedures of a similar kind, but the pandemic forced him to postpone them.
However, Tereshin did schedule a time to get injections in order to achieve the “alien” face look. His semi-natural figure has recently changed as well.
In contrast to Charles Darwin’s theory, Tereshin’s chart depicts the next stage of human development, and he shared the findings with his supporters on Instagram.
“I‘m an ideally handsome male. All stands out clearly: lips, chin, cheekbones, forehead, nose is even, lower jaw. I want to make an alien face. I have believed in aliens since I saw UFOs as a teenager.”
“I know that they exist and that they are the most powerful race in the entire world. I feel like I‘m going to them.”
In one mixed martial arts match, the Tereshin faced up against a guy who was 20 years older than him. Tereshin was defeated terribly in that match.
It’s time to remove the Synthol from the “Russian Popeye” and tend to his withering muscles. If he doesn’t make the necessary changes, he will probably pass away, unless he is counting on the aliens giving him a super serum.