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£1,000 to get me to 6.5"x5.5" in a year

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Originally Posted by shogunite
I am making a bet with the money because I am skeptical about penis enlargement.

If it works, and my penis grows then I will happy give the money over. Gaining an inch in length and a half inch in girth will give me unbelievable benefits (mentally), and will be worth every penny.

If it doesn’t work then fuck it. The cash isn’t going to help me. Paid off student loans already, been offered a well paid graduate job job on condition of my grades staying the same, and I’m running my own stuff already. An increase in penis size would mean more than any sum of cash right about now.

Everything is relative. That extra inch will change your mindset or morale. A change in mindset and a higher confidence level is what people will notice. Not those extra 2.5 centimeters. That change in attitude will have more effect on your life than those that extra inch in your pants. Why does that mindset have to come from an extra inch? Why not just be satisfied an confident with who you are? Then why am I aiming for an extra inch? It won’t boost my confidence. It won’t make me a better lover. It will just be occupational therapy to. I’d gladly trade an inch of my penis for that high paying graduate position. PE wouldn’t interest me the slightest bit in that case. If I were in your position I would be too busy enjoying life, thinking about what lies ahead of me, to care about that inch.


Initial stats; BPEL 8.5 inch, EL 8.3 Inch, EG 6.4 inch. Goal; EL +1 inch, EG: Not a priority. Equal girth along the shaft.

Progress: 5 weeks: BPEL: 8.8 inch. (+7mm) EL: 8.6 inch (+7mm). SL: 8.9 EG: 6.7 averaged out (+4-8mm. Growth though failing to create equal girth along shaft)

Originally Posted by Forrest

Everything is relative. That extra inch will change your mindset or morale. A change in mindset and a higher confidence level is what people will notice. Not those extra 2.5 centimeters. That change in attitude will have more effect on your life than those that extra inch in your pants. Why does that mindset have to come from an extra inch? Why not just be satisfied an confident with who you are? Then why am I aiming for an extra inch? It won’t boost my confidence. It won’t make me a better lover. It will just be occupational therapy to. I’d gladly trade an inch of my penis for that high paying graduate position. PE wouldn’t interest me the slightest bit in that case. If I were in your position I would be too busy enjoying life, thinking about what lies ahead of me, to care about that inch.

We all try to improve ourselves whether it’s exercise, hair transplants, dental work, plastic surgery or whatever. It’s subjective as well so its importance depends on the person who has to deal with it. If what they are dealing with affects them more than it would you it’s only because your baggage lies elsewhere.

Well said DGA, agreed.

I can illustrate it by telling about the way I learned to ride a bike at age four. I couldn’t do it, while my friend from next door had learned to ride his bike for weeks. I was convinced it was because he was an inch taller than me and that would be the reason he could ride a bike and I couldn’t. Then my brother told me to wait until he would come back with some special sand from India that our grandfather gave him years ago. Once he came back he told me that this special kind of sand would temporarily increase my height with five centimeters. It would even make me stronger. I didn’t believe him of course, but he convinced me somehow. Thinking I was even taller then my friend I stepped on the bike and I was able to ride that bike like there was no tomorrow. Now I was able to ride my bike even though nothing actually changed.

Well I am not trying to illustrate the specific difference between me and the OP. I am illustrating that an extra inch in penis length in the end is a relative insignificant change. The real change is in the the psychology of a person caused by this seemingly trivial modification of ones body.

When you imagine seeing yourself in one year finally having an extra inch in penis length, what will have changed? It is not about the physical process. That one extra inch. Often times It is actually only the mental process that matters. The aim is often to increase self confidence. Sometimes a person has the illusion that in some way many major debilitating factors in life apparently are linked to that one missing inch. In this case is that one inch I.e. Penis size, but in other cases it is a receding hairline or something else linked to ones physical appearance. Are these inadequacies, that often only exist in such proportions and significance in the persons mind alone, really magically correlated with all those other aspects of their lives that they feel need improvement?

The challenge then is to realize this is probably not the case. It is only an obstacle that exists in your mind that is keeping you from living the life you imagine you will live when you finally change that one aspect of your physical appearance.


Initial stats; BPEL 8.5 inch, EL 8.3 Inch, EG 6.4 inch. Goal; EL +1 inch, EG: Not a priority. Equal girth along the shaft.

Progress: 5 weeks: BPEL: 8.8 inch. (+7mm) EL: 8.6 inch (+7mm). SL: 8.9 EG: 6.7 averaged out (+4-8mm. Growth though failing to create equal girth along shaft)

I understand your point entirely and while it makes sense to a certain degree I don’t think it’s that practical.

Not everyone can look at things the way you do and have the same reaction to a stimulus. To some people a stimulus could be unbearable while to you it is nothing. To the person whose reaction to a stimulus is so intense as to be unbearable telling them it exists only in their mind is not going to cut it.

If you have this big ugly wart on the tip of your nose, and I tell you not to worry about it because you’re still a good person and can have a great life, does that really solve your issue?

I am actually like you in penis related matters. I could stop PE today and have a great life. However, I have my own baggage not so easily dismissed. I am unreasonably fearful of heights and if I was any taller I’d have to walk in a crouch. I know it’s all in my mind. But you know what? No matter how many times you tell me that, if I am too high up I will still turn into a quivering blob. That’s all I’m saying.

I think it is good to get balance in one’s life. Hopefully your words can help but it is not all that easy to put things in perspective. I wish it was.

Indeed it is a challenge to overcome the mental blockade. It is a challenge to acknowledge that such an inferiority complex is irrational.

In some cases the physical issues might be something that is very unnatural like a wart, a disease or a some physical injury. These things are not part of normal life. I don’t think such cases can be compared to a case where someone developed a complex due to for instance short stature, penis size or a receding hairline. Something naturally present in all men.

A person with a such as fear of height and acknowledges it is merely a mental blockade in my mind is much more rational than say, someone who initially has a psychological issue to overcome and states that a physical change will solve these issues. That is the difference between for instance you and someone with a penis size complex.


Initial stats; BPEL 8.5 inch, EL 8.3 Inch, EG 6.4 inch. Goal; EL +1 inch, EG: Not a priority. Equal girth along the shaft.

Progress: 5 weeks: BPEL: 8.8 inch. (+7mm) EL: 8.6 inch (+7mm). SL: 8.9 EG: 6.7 averaged out (+4-8mm. Growth though failing to create equal girth along shaft)

I agree, it truly is an incredible challenge to overcome a mental blockade.

Here’s where I disagree. Acknowledging irrationalities is easy and most people I know who are challenged in this way actually laugh about their irrationalities but are still helpless to do anything about them. While they can indeed acknowledge complex irrationality, just acknowledging it has never been enough to overcome it.

As far as my example, you are missing the point. The fact that the example is or isn’t a part of ‘normal’ life isn’t the issue. The issue is that it illustrates whatever it is that affects them, affects them just as deeply as if it were an ugly wart on the tip of their nose. Just because it doesn’t affect you that way doesn’t mean it doesn’t affect them that way. I think you may be approaching this with a lack of empathy.

I know you are trying to help but I think some of these issues go far deeper than simple acknowledgement.

Anyway, I’m going to let these people have their thread back - hahaha.

In my view to know is to be able to transform what is. Simply stating or communicating an idea does not imply true believe and understanding.


Initial stats; BPEL 8.5 inch, EL 8.3 Inch, EG 6.4 inch. Goal; EL +1 inch, EG: Not a priority. Equal girth along the shaft.

Progress: 5 weeks: BPEL: 8.8 inch. (+7mm) EL: 8.6 inch (+7mm). SL: 8.9 EG: 6.7 averaged out (+4-8mm. Growth though failing to create equal girth along shaft)

Could someone please tell me why my girth is around 0.5” bigger when I’m semi erect than when I’m fully erect!

Noticed this for the first time yesterday.

Am curious as to why.

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