Growers and Showers

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    Apr 23, 2010 2:35 PM GMT
    So guys we have all heard that term but just last night i was with a great guy with a big dick. Thing is as his dick got hard it got smaller. Now i have known guys with big flaccid cocks that dont seem to change size when they get hard but i have never known a guy actually LOSE inches when they get hard.
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    Apr 23, 2010 3:01 PM GMT
    That's bizarre. I would have thought that was anatomically impossible. Though I wonder if he has had some sort of surgery that makes his penis appear longer when flaccid, but when hard it somehow retracts a bit into the body.

    Was his erection rock hard and pointing straight up, or hard but pointing forward/down? The latter is usually what happens when someone has had surgery to their ligament to increase their flaccid length.

    Odd though, did you say anything about it?
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    Apr 23, 2010 11:15 PM GMT
    GabeFletcher said
    Odd though, did you say anything about it?


    I would hope not! That would have been really, really rude. icon_eek.gif
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    Apr 23, 2010 11:56 PM GMT
    It's always good to see a grower who's taking a shower with you. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Apr 24, 2010 2:44 AM GMT


    Oxymoron!
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    Apr 24, 2010 1:56 PM GMT
    viveutvivas said
    GabeFletcher said
    Odd though, did you say anything about it?


    I would hope not! That would have been really, really rude. icon_eek.gif


    I don't think it would be rude, maybe I'm just tactless, but I would have commented! Like, oh, that's unusual!
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    Apr 24, 2010 4:01 PM GMT
    GabeFletcher said
    viveutvivas said
    GabeFletcher said
    Odd though, did you say anything about it?


    I would hope not! That would have been really, really rude. icon_eek.gif


    I don't think it would be rude, maybe I'm just tactless, but I would have commented! Like, oh, that's unusual!


    Yes, that would have been tactless and ungentlemanly. Would you call people out on their hairloss, an unaligned tooth, a corrected harelip? Where would you draw the line? Would you ask an amputee why he is limping?

    Think before you speak. Basic manners are the mark of a quality person.
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    Apr 25, 2010 12:22 PM GMT
    viveutvivas said
    GabeFletcher said
    viveutvivas said
    GabeFletcher said
    Odd though, did you say anything about it?


    I would hope not! That would have been really, really rude. icon_eek.gif


    I don't think it would be rude, maybe I'm just tactless, but I would have commented! Like, oh, that's unusual!


    Yes, that would have been tactless and ungentlemanly. Would you call people out on their hairloss, an unaligned tooth, a corrected harelip? Where would you draw the line? Would you ask an amputee why he is limping?

    Think before you speak. Basic manners are the mark of a quality person.


    Think before you type - you don't even know what I would have said! How nice of you to assume it would be insulting, you can comment on something without it being rude you know - try it sometime! Lecture me about manners when you don't have many yourself - class.
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    Apr 25, 2010 7:26 PM GMT
    GabeFletcher said
    viveutvivas said
    GabeFletcher said
    viveutvivas said
    GabeFletcher said
    Odd though, did you say anything about it?


    I would hope not! That would have been really, really rude. icon_eek.gif


    I don't think it would be rude, maybe I'm just tactless, but I would have commented! Like, oh, that's unusual!


    Yes, that would have been tactless and ungentlemanly. Would you call people out on their hairloss, an unaligned tooth, a corrected harelip? Where would you draw the line? Would you ask an amputee why he is limping?

    Think before you speak. Basic manners are the mark of a quality person.


    Think before you type - you don't even know what I would have said! How nice of you to assume it would be insulting, you can comment on something without it being rude you know.


    I did not have to assume anything. I know what you would have said form your post, where you said you would have said "Oh, that's unusual!". That would have been very tactless and rude.

    I can't see how any good could come from saying something if the person is already self-conscious about the issue, which he may well be. I'm sorry to disagree with you, but I don't think there is any way of saying it that won't make the person feel bad if he's sensitive about it, or in fact make him sensitive or worried about something he thought was fine.

    But I am open to be proved wrong, so tell us what else you would have said and we'll see...
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    Apr 26, 2010 2:09 PM GMT
    viveutvivas said
    I'm sorry to disagree with you, but I don't think there is any way of saying it that won't make the person feel bad if he's sensitive about it, or in fact make him sensitive or worried about something he thought was fine.

    But I am open to be proved wrong, so tell us what else you would have said and we'll see...


    I don't know what I would say exactly, but I wouldn't say anything in a rude way. I don't see how commenting on something unusual is rude anyway. Presumably the guy is not a virgin so is aware it's unusual, and I believe you should be able to talk to a sex partner! Using my own example to illustrate, I have what is called 'pearly penile papules' (for anyone who doesn't know, they are tiny little spots around the rim of the glans) and it is quite common but not every guy has encountered them, therefore could be seen as unusual. I was receiving a blowjob from a guy once and he asked what the little bumps on my cock were, so I told him (and reassured him it wasn't any kind of STD!)

    I wasn't offended; he was just commenting on something 'unusual' to him and I didn't think it unreasonable at all. I think sometimes people are too worried about what other people might think! Another time, a guy I was dating had some nasty scars 'down there' and told me before I asked what had happened (a nasty childhood accident). Again, I doubt he would have been offended if I'd asked before he'd commented.

    I don't get what is rude and offensive about commenting on, or asking about something unusual. Call me rude and ill mannered if you like, but I believe if you're going to have sex with someone you should at least be able to talk to them!