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Kama Sutra wasp stings for girth

Originally Posted by Mr. Happy

The idea of getting a wasp to sting me, possibly sending me into shock at worst, or getting a lumpy and distorted unit at best, is just retarded.

If there were some scientific proof the wasp venom or elements of it were effective as a size enhancement I would still think twice.

I agree that I wish there was scientific proof. But since there is not you really don’t know what the effect is going to be so to say you would get a lumpy cock at best is based on nothing but your own opinion.

Now I have surfed 15 foots waves, went sky diving, been SCUBA diving to depths of 130 feet, and many more crazy and retarded things. I personally am not scared of a little bee sting on the cock. IMO driving a car is probably more dangerous to your life

For me the problem is the repeated stinging, not to mention the pain. This is something I would never try simply because there is no proof that it will do anything but hurt like a son of a bitch.

I just don’t think every one needs to roast the guy for trying something new to the point he says he is not going to post any more =(

Nobody roasted him.

If anything was roasted it was one idea he put forth. Philosophically, it was a “lets get a big dick quick” idea, which is based on poisoning oneself in a very painful way. It’s a little different from skydiving in my estimation. Perhaps we should take a poll. Sure there are risks involved in both things, but in one you have a good idea of what they are and can take precautions, in the other you really don’t know what is up until it’s too late.

Did I mention shock? Hello? Is this thing on?

If he’s so sensitive that he can’t deal with critical evaluation or lampooning of his idea, well, what have we really lost if he stops posting?

Mostly we’re concerned for his safety - not to mention the safety of impatient newbies who might go out half-cocked and end up in the emergency room.

If you think he was roasted here I’m telling you he should be so lucky. Believe me, if any one of the seniors or Mods here took the gloves off and gave out a good flaming you’d know the difference.

Please. Some people’s kids.


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Point taken.

I must be the only person here that thinks this might work. Of course, I’m not going to try it myself.

There is significant evidence that venom (at least scorpion and snake) help the smooth muscle to grow, can prevent smooth muscle contraction, and cause vasodilation.
http://ajpgi.physiology.org/cgi/content/full/279/3/G511
http://content.febsjournal.org/cgi/…ull/269/11/2708
http://www.ionchannels.org/showabst…p?pmid=15198304

I’m also one of the few people here that thinks the smooth muscle is the limiting factor for girth growth instead of the tunica.

The point of this posting is that I think if we found a safe chemical equivalent, with an application method, this might be the way to chemical PE, or at least help. I’m not saying let a wasp sting your penis. Please don’t.

There is an version of Algipan muscle rub available in Europe that has histamine in it with other vasodilators and I think this may have some potential. I haven’t been able to get it in the US or I would try it. You would have to cut the Algipan with a lotion or it would burn like h*ll. Or you could use it and just pretend a wasp was stinging your penis. ;)

Those venom studies appear to me to be mainly concerned with the ‘contractibility’ of the smooth muscle tissue and the venom interfering with that process. Only the first link said anything about cells increasing in number or cells increasing in size and even then the question of permenence was hardly conclusive.

If the contractibility of the smooth muscle tissue is all that can be hoped for what is gained? A loss of flexibility or paralysis in the smooth muscle tissue? How is that helpful in a penis?


Before: I'd like to show you something I'm very proud of, but you'll have to move real close.

After: I'd like to show you something I'm very proud of, but you guys in the front row will have to stand back.

God gave men both a penis and a brain, but unfortunately not enough blood supply to run both at the same time. - Robin Williams (:

Well, I’m coming into this thread a bit late but I have been a bee keeper for years and have gotten stung more times than I would like to remember. I actually swell up pretty bad so I can relate to the concept. Its really a very very small percentage of people that have serious reactions to bee stings. There is actually bee sting therapy which has helped many people with different aliments. I have a friend who is a acupuncturist that came to my hive and stung herself at some specific acupuncture points about six times, she was fine afterwards.

If I get stung, lets say in my forearm, it will swell up rock hard from my wrist to elbow for about 3 or 4 days. Once I got stung on my thumb and I thought it was going to explode, at least it felt like it, since there isn’t as much room for things to swell there. From my experience I can see how the idea could have merit. It would definitely put pressure on the sucker. I just don’t know if it would translate into permanent gains or not.

I’m tempted to give this idea a try but I don’t know if Ive got the guts to do it.

By the way, just to set the record straight. All the workers in the hive are females not males. All the males do is sit around sucking up the honey and hope for sex. The guys don’t do a lick of work. The original couch potatoes. If a male bee does get to have sex with the new queen its only once. They do it in mid air and then he falls to the ground and dies. Every fall all the males are rounded up and dumped out of the hive where they too all die. There’s no need for the honey sucking bums until next spring when the queen will make new males, just in case. Hell of a price for a free ride!!

Bee stings are different than wasp stings, are they not?

Wasps can sting multiple times, a bee once.

And the venom itself differs as well, if I’m not mistaken.

Please advise.

For the record, does anyone else have difficulty with the words ‘venom’ and ‘penis’ being used in the same sentence?


Before: I'd like to show you something I'm very proud of, but you'll have to move real close.

After: I'd like to show you something I'm very proud of, but you guys in the front row will have to stand back.

God gave men both a penis and a brain, but unfortunately not enough blood supply to run both at the same time. - Robin Williams (:

there’s no way I can find a bee around where I live :) . Fact though, not proof a friend of mine got stung by a bee, and he developed a large unit but I cannot make a direct correlation, he was like 17 yo at that time and still growing. He got stung only once and he end up in the hospital.

Mr. Happy,
I’m not a doctor, I only play one on a free PE website. A simpler way of looking at the wasp sting idea, instead of reading all those complicated studies is thus:

It makes your penis swell.
I make my penis swell when I clamp.
Close enough.

By the way, I do not actually recommend letting a wasp sting your penis.

:funpost:

Originally Posted by figaro
I only play one on a free PE website.

Thanks for clearing that one up.

Originally Posted by figaro
A simpler way of looking at the wasp sting idea, instead of reading all those complicated studies is thus:

It makes your penis swell.
I make my penis swell when I clamp.

Close enough.


It is a simpler way of looking at it. Have you considered that it’s too simple?

As Thunder has subtly pointed out (with a sledgehammer no less) there are many different kinds of swelling.

Those studies you posted all had to do with chemical agents inhibitting the contractibilty and motility of the tissue. In other words, they inhibit the free movement of it. This may be desirable if you are a hungry scorpion and want to paralyze your prey, but as a PE practice I think there may be a few disadvantages. Just a few.

Has anyone here ever been in shock? Or seen someone in shock? I mean medically, not just run-of-the-mill incredulity. You can die from it.

So for me, no, not close enough. Not even close.

Originally Posted by figaro
By the way, I do not actually recommend letting a wasp sting your penis.

Well that’s a real fuckin’ relief to the rest of us. :noreally:


Before: I'd like to show you something I'm very proud of, but you'll have to move real close.

After: I'd like to show you something I'm very proud of, but you guys in the front row will have to stand back.

God gave men both a penis and a brain, but unfortunately not enough blood supply to run both at the same time. - Robin Williams (:


Last edited by Mr. Happy : 09-01-2006 at .

Originally Posted by Mr. Happy
Bee stings are different than wasp stings, are they not?

Wasps can sting multiple times, a bee once.

And the venom itself differs as well, if I’m not mistaken.

Please advise.

Yes, wasps can sting multiple times and bee’s only once. The bee’s stinger is ripped out of their abdomen when they sting you and if you look closely you can see it actually pumping on its own to drive more of the venom in. That’s why you never grab it to pull it out which pumps more venom in, you sort of scrape it off sideways.

My understanding is that bee and wasp venom are fairly similar although I’m no expert on this one.

I’m definitely not suggesting that someone use bees instead of wasps for penis enlargement, just sharing bug facts.

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