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  1. 5 points

    Small victory

    So I’m kind of new here, only a month or so and a couple posts but I’ve been a long time reader. To recap my stats are 5.75 length and 4.5 girth not small and I have no issues with length but My main concern has always been girth. Last night my wife and I had sex and I was feeling more aroused than usual before. We both were able to achieve orgasm ( her with the help of a vibrator which I don’t care) afterwards she said something I have never heard in my life. She said that I felt really thick this time. It made me feel great. After a minute my normal negative thoughts kicked in saying well if I was bigger she would feel that all the time but for once I was quickly able to remove those feelings and be positive that i received a rare compliment. Small victory but a lot more hard work ahead
  2. 5 points

    whining thread

    Thanks for reopening the thread @IrmaJean. And thank you @Klingsorfor writing that. It brought a tear to my eye. It's been a year since Resolute has left us. And I didn't want to let this day go by without mentioning him. I miss him, and to put it selfishly, my life would be a happier place if he was still with us. I find it so difficult to think about him. In my thoughts, I have avoided him all that i could. But in the moments i am overcome with a recollection of him - I first find myself smiling, before being overcome with heartache & grief. I truly miss him. Klingsor has spoken perfectly on his character & there's nothing I can add to it. He is one of the few people that lifted my moods every time we spoke. He actually listened, and knew to how to say the right thing. I don't claim to know the wonders of the universe, or the cycle of life, death & perhaps life again. But I am a believer in God - and I am also a believer in justice. So I hope & pray with all my heart, that no matter where he is, our friend Resolute has found peace. Klingsor: In truth, our final conversations were the darkest we ever shared, and i often wondered if it were better that we didn't have them. I hope that in time you're able to see things as they were, and be at peace with the matter: He loved you and spoke about you up until the very end. Maybe when our lives are over we can see him again and if we do, I know full well that he would greet you with a smile. I don't know what else to say. I still miss him, and I haven't allowed myself to mourn him either. Though he would deny it, i think he would appreciate being remembered by his friends. I feel privileged to have known him, and honoured for him to have called me his friend. RIP.
  3. 4 points

    Day 6. New week

    Been a peaceful day in again. Did a bit of tidying up cleaning the flat and clear headness
  4. 4 points

    whining thread

    I didn't know Res well, but he was always nice to me. It was hard to understand how much losing a friend and confidant hurts, but they take a piece of you with them. It's a difficult thing to accept. I like to think, wherever he is, he's happy. 💙
  5. 4 points

    whining thread

    Tomorrow August 20 will be one year since Resolute committed suicide. Small and I wanted to temporarily re-open his thread and say something. I hate sounding maudlin or saccharine so I'm just going to say what's on my mind. When I first joined the forum, I hated Resolute. I quarreled with him frequently and said some very stupid and embarrassing things to him. At some point, I'm not sure exactly when, we became friends. Although Resolute would joke and jibe, I never felt threatened by him or genuinely insulted. He always knew where to draw the line without being disrespectful. I frequently would bitch to him about other members privately (Roger, for instance), but Resolute never reciprocated. About anybody. He was truly one of the most honest people I've ever known, with no pretenses. He was intelligent and quick-witted, but not deceitful. He was also kind-hearted. He loved to debate me and also loved to discuss religion, philosophy, logic, etc. We had discussions on Skype that would last 6-8 hours that I really enjoyed. There are aspects of his life that he shared with me and Small and which I won't divulge here, but he truly had a shitty existence. Nothing he complained about was hyperbole or self-pity. The last 3 months or so, he turned me to the television program Fringe. Around this time, my grandmother died. I also finished my graduate program and started a new job. I was busy, depressed, and didn't get on Skype much. He loved voice chatting with Small and me, and I still very much regret that I did not make more time to talk with him. It still makes me feel like shit. I honestly don't consider myself a very good conversationalist on a voice call, and so I could never see how he could enjoy it. Thinking about it now, Small and I were probably the only human contact he had outside of his immediate family. I wish he was still here. But I understand the motivation. Not a day goes by that I don't want to cut my own throat. Resolute had his faults as we all do, but he was completely without pretense, deception, or hypocrisy. In a world of endless, walking contradictions, he was consistency, clarity, and logic. I don't know much else to say, other than that he showed me that good-natured companionship is possible with other people, something I had begun to doubt decades ago. Quote mining annoys me, but often you run across something that someone else has expressed superlatively well: “Friendship is the hardest thing in the world to explain. It's not something you learn in school. But if you haven't learned the meaning of friendship, you really haven't learned anything.” ― Muhammad Ali
  6. 4 points

    i feel so lost

    @alucasp one technique that I rediscovered recently is just taking a deep breath and then holding it for a few seconds like 5-10 seconds. When I am holding that breath my thoughts slow down and after I exhale I feel a calming moment, like a reset. Another thing that helps me is just doing some quick and simple exercise like push ups or squats or whatever. Really any physical activity has the potential to break my mind free of the negative spin cycle of anxiety & depression. If you made such a long geographical move I am sure it was for a reason so give it a chance for the good things to emerge. A little loneliness is not always a bad thing. It allows us to work on ourselves and our lives w/o the endless drama and energy drain of other people. I am a sensitive person and need time to recharge and refocus after being around others.
  7. 4 points
    I hope 2018 has been good to you so far.
  8. 3 points

    The Christmas tree photo

  9. 3 points
    I am a woman who stumbled upon this forum while looking for some info on sex positions for micropenis. I am in a newly intimate relationship with a guy who is maybe about 2.5 inches erect- and I cannot even begin to describe how hot I am for him. We’ve only had sex a couple of times so far, and it has been so. ****ing. Incredible. Like to the point where my entire body is tingling just talking about it. I’ve had a huge crush on him forever, so by the time we slept together, I probably wouldn't have batted an eye if he’d pulled out two penises! Haha. I won’t lie, we’ve had a few, uh, mechanical difficulties. Sometimes, he’ll slip out and we’ll end up just sort of bonking into each other until we get our rhythm back, lol. I don’t actually care, I figure lots of funny stuff can happen during sex, and this is just one more of those things. I have however been careful not to laugh, because I don’t want to embarrass him. Hope this isn’t too graphic, but here’s one thing that worked for us: me on my back with legs spread as far as possible, labia manually spread with fingers, and him on top rubbing his penis against my clit. I came very easily this way, and then was able to finish him off orally. Just thinking about it is making me crazy, and he’s away on a work trip for 2 more days:-/ So, take heart- not all of us are size queens. I’m 5’2 and just over 100 lbs- having too much of a good thing is a very real problem for petite women especially. I hope this encouraged some of you guys, and of course if anyone has more wisdom to share on positions or whatnot, I’m all ears. I would especially like to know how to best reassure him that I’m totally addicted to both him and his penis(lol), without seeming placating or rude.
  10. 3 points


    A friend can make all the difference in the world.
  11. 3 points


    @YOTH, I wanted to add that if you ever want or need to talk and share about Tom, I will always listen.
  12. 3 points


    Wow YOTH sorry to hear this. I remember him but it's been a while. Don't blame yourself one bit YOTH there is nothing anyone can do about these things, we have seen this. Hope all is well w you YOTH and everyone here.
  13. 3 points


    Oh YOTH, so sorry to hear this, how incredibly sad.
  14. 3 points

    The one about your penis defining you

    I agree with Vic here, I think some women are shallow, some men are shallow. I guess the only answer is to look at the individual person and try to observe what they are like, how they behave, what they say about other people before you get involved on any level. I'm not sure that it's to do with attractiveness either, people just vary in their attitudes.
  15. 3 points
    Hey there @Twigit. Trust me when I say I have been in the exact same posistion feeling like you will never feel the same as you did before or get over it but it does get better. I’m on a cocktail on alcohol, depression and anxiety tablets every day. Your not going through this alone
  16. 3 points
    @MrsA I hope even just writing down your problem helps even a little bit. You can’t help the way you feel and should not feel ashamed. My question is if he can make you orgasm then isn’t his penis good enough? Unless it’s orgasm without penetration. The fact he is willing to use toys and extenders shows how much he loves you and wants you to be happy I think. At the end of the day you should always choose what makes you happy. That’s my policy. It’s a lot easier said than done though.
  17. 3 points

    Planning. I'm not good at it.

    I did 1/2 the lawn yesterday and half today. The today portion was quite challenging as the grass/weeds was tall, wet, and riddled w twigs and branches. But I powered through. Then I got gas ⛽️ and went grocery shopping 🛒. I then treated myself to Starbucks and came home and did some straightening up. It's raining ☔️ now which is fine w me. I got together w a friend yesterday afternoon and that was fun. Life goes on. Just trying to do my best and accept the rest. As I like to say: I am only going to do what I am going to do, I am not going to do what I am not going to do and what's gonna happen is what's gonna happen. That just resets me every time.
  18. 3 points

    Planning. I'm not good at it.

    I am starting to wonder if being philosophically minded isn't a one way street to depression because life rarely offers the neatly wrapped 🎁 answers that mind craves. Perhaps a better course is to take what you can get and make the best of it during our short time here.
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  20. 3 points

    Planning. I'm not good at it.

    Hello to my weekend Peeps! Another Saturday, quickly vanishing. Cold here, 40 degrees but I am digging it. Sometimes the weekend is harder than the workweek because I have to think about what to do. Gonna try and get some things done but also relax. Not feeling too bad at the moment in terms of physically and emotionally so just gonna roll w that. Whats going on w everyone else?
  21. 3 points
    Considering I was the one who kind of launched this debate on the other thread I felt like I should chime in. By reading this forum I have educated myself and have realized that I am average by statistics but because of society I have felt tiny my entire life. It caused me to try everything to try and get bigger and nothing has worked. It has caused me to have confidence issues with even my own wife. The lack of confidence has also caused slight erection issues which have got better. Coming to this website and posting and reading has made me realize that I don’t belong on this website. My issues are not what you have to deal with. My issues are more of me getting over myself and realizing that having a 5.75/4.5 inch dick is not the end of the world or even close. Am I ever going to impress a girl when I drop my pants ? No, but with proper technique I can impress her other ways. But I am glad I came on this website because it showed me that I just need to get over it, but It also opened my eyes to the real struggles that some men (and women) have. I appreciate you all sharing your stories. I know it’s not much, but they changed my thinking and I hope and pray that in the upcoming years things like that supposed procedure on the other thread come true and that men can some day have procedures as common as women getting breast enhancements.
  22. 3 points


    Lala, Not to take too much of Vic's thread, but ... Recognition is only one step. Other steps might include: valuing oneself enough to want something better, finding something that works better, and overcoming the fear that comes with replacing something that used to work. And there are probably other steps that might be person- or original-problem-specific.
  23. 3 points

    Small victory

    I know it's a mental thing but I wish I was as big as either of you. Compared to me, you're both huge. I'm really not trying to minimize your struggles because I know they're real. I just feel so inadequate I guess. Sorry, I shouldn't even have mentioned my feelings because this thread is about you. @Sea182018, I'm really glad you had a victory and hopefully it will continue for you.
  24. 3 points
    Someone once said "the best way to cope w change is to have a hand in making it". I was feeling really stressed and upset earlier but am settling down now, having tea ☕️. I was putting to much pressure on myself to accomplish things. The last 6 weeks has been nothing but sickness (flu) and snow and I just need a break today although I did run errands and pay bills. There is some good news, I have been saving a bit of money, I have feeling pretty decent health-wise, things seem to be ok at work, my drinking is very much under control, I got new eye glasses & contacts, and I started taking a supplement called N-acetyl-cistine or NAC for short that purports to help w brain fog (among other things) and it could be placebo effect but I think I feel an improvement in my calmness and clarity. It's not expensive either.
  25. 3 points

    Poll - Why are you here?

    I just went and re read a lot of the stories on here from the past couple years, some of them were people on this thread. My heart was breaking for some of the stories I read, people having thoughts of suicide, having no confidence, being rejected, made fun of, getting divorced. I’m glad I found this forum because I never really realized the true hell some people go through. My thoughts are with everyone. This can truly be awful I guess we never can tell technology is advancing rapidly and maybe one day we will get our miracle but until then we must take one day at a time and also help each other out