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16EEE boots, huge hands, but the old wives were wrong...

16EEE boots, huge hands, but the old wives were wrong...

I have been entirely fascinated reading about all of your progress, so I thought I’d introduce myself. Sort of. In my business, I’d be an idiot to say too much but I’m betting I’m not alone…

I’m 34, 6’6” and 375 pounds. I have been a bit unlucky with my health; this year I was finally properly diagnosed with a pituitary tumor. (It’s a crying shame that Acromegaly doesn’t affect your penis or I’d be well on my way…) Evidently my hormones have been so screwed up for so long that I’m oddly developed. Overall I’m a very big man, and I managed to be pretty evenly hairy, but for some odd reason my body hair isn’t very thick in the spots you’d figure: under the arms and the groin. I may have over-produced HGH and had inconsistent production of Testosterone. No way of really knowing now, but that’s my story and I’m sticking to it. (If there’s a doctor in the house, I’d be intrigued to hear your insights.)

I also look a little funny with a perfectly average penis, what with the scale bieng a bit off, especially with a pronounced public fat pad. (A card-carrying member - no pun intended - of the extra belly-button society.) It was a rough way to grow up, and I caught a lot of hell from the other guys in the gang showers at Scout camp. Add a nasty dose of gynecomastia and you’ve got an insecure kid who looks like an East German prom queen.

Damn it.

Anyway, having had my brain tumor removed and done my bit with radiation I now have to take testosterone and other hormones daily, which my urologist thinks may help enhance me a bit physically. Better late than never, he says. I used to be a power-lifter, but my joints are shot form a combination of sloppy training, car accidents, and the odd lightning strike - I told you I was unlucky - so I’m starting a program of bodyweight calisthenics in the school of Matt Furey and Bas Rutten. (I know I need to check the diet and exercise, and I promise I’m doing it.)

I had always heard that if you were going to start a PE regimen you had to do it before you were in your mid-twenties. I gather from what I see here that I heard wrong, and that it’s not too late for me. It’s refreshing to see a respectable, serious treatment of this usually awkward subject, and I look forward to being a part of the community. I want to thank you now for all I’m going to learn here, and for the good it’s going to do for me. If there’s anything I can do to be of service, please don’t hesitate to ask.

I’d be grateful to hear from other men who have dealt with similar issues, and of course, from anyone who has a thought to offer.

Many thanks,



Welcome to Thunder’s! It appears that your luck is already starting to change.

I’m in my mid-forties and just getting started with PE. I’ve been quite fascinated with my discovery of this place. It’s definitely my favorite place on the web. I’ve also seen some respectable gains in a fairly short period of time. So, you’re definitely not too old.

I’m glad you’re finally getting treatment for your petuitary tumor. Not to start any trouble for you, but have you ever considered taking legal action against your former physicians? It sounds like they really fell flat on their faces with your diagnosis, and you were definitely harmed by it.

On second thought, maybe that’s not constructive. It sounds like you’re really in a positive frame of mind and are ready to move forward. It’s a great time to start PE. I hope you succeed in both gaining and losing in all the right places.

Welcome aboard!

DL, welcome to Thunders. Nice first post.

I’d use the old cliche to ‘jump in with both feet’, but with size 16EEE boots and your apparent string of bad luck, I think it would be a lot safer for everyone if you just ease into this.

Obviously, a good place to start is the Newbie Routine, Forum Guidelines, and read, read, read. It’s a good group of people we have here. This takes time, dedication and patience. Don’t rush into anything. Really familiarize yourself with the exercises before starting. There’s also a nice video series here.


Damn 16EEE. Where do you get those? Welcome. I’ve found that the most important thing for PE is consistency. It ain’t dragging on the floor(yet), but my dick sure looks healthy.

Hey dude, welcome to T’s place, we can always use more “speaking” members. Are you serious about the lightning thing? I never met anyone that was struck by lightning before. Care to share more about it?

-Still bitter the y2k bug was a dud.

-My dear boy, do you ask a fish how it swims? (No.) Or a bird how it flies? (No.) Of course not. They do it because they were born to do it...

Hey man

Wow that’s a very interesting first post!

The general consensus seems to be that both HGH + DHT are required to drive growth of secondary sexual characteristics during puberty. If I’m reading you correctly then it sounds like the pituitary condition may have increased your GH, but since you are on testosterone therapy you may not have had the DHT to match (previously).

I don’t know what would normally signal the end of puberty, but it sounds like there’s a small chance you just might have a very good opportunity on your hands. Maybe getting Test (and therefore DHT) now will allow you to do some catching up. On the other hand if HGH is now lower then maybe not. Perhaps the AR receptors are still very sensitive to Testosterone and derivative hormones if they haven’t been bathed in them yet.

I don’t want to create hope where is none, but I for one will be reading your progress with great interest.

Good luck! and welcome to the group.


DL: Welcome! You’ve found a great community of really helpful folks (both male & female). It sounds like you’re really getting things in order. Don’t worry about starting PE at your age. I’m in my mid-40’s and just started PE 2 months ago. Check out my gains in my sig. Mrs RBM is starting to complain about my girth already.

I don’t know if I believe in bad luck, but given your history I think I’d find a newbie routine & go very easily at first. There’s no need to tempt Fate. Get some good starting measurements, and maybe even some photos.

Start 6/13/04: 6.0 BPEL x 5.125 EG (midshaft) Current 10/17/04: 6.938 BPEL x 5.625 EG (midshaft) Come on 7! Disclaimer: I'm not an advanced member, but my member is advancing. ;)

Feeling very welcome here...

Thanks so much for all of your kind comments! It’s gratifying to discover a place where this kind of thing can be discussed maturely. I am already very impressed by the good fellowship here and the warm hospitality that’s being shown, and that in itself is good enough cause to be involved.

Now, the bigger dick thing is also a nice bonus…

I guess I should answer a few questions that seem to be popular:

Average - Let me qualify that. Get it angry and I’m between 5.5 and 6” erect, but measuring from the pubic bone is a tough trick on me because the fat pad I’m carrying is pretty substantial. And flaccid… it’s such an effective word, isn’t it? Sounds just like what it is… Flaccid I’m not even normally visible. The urologist assures me that under the roll cage there I’m perfectly normal, but damned if it doesn’t play with your head to look and see no dick at all. I’d like to post some starting stat’s so we can all play along but I really don’t know how to get an accurate measure.

16EEE - I take my shoes, like so many other things I need, wherever I can get them. Men with feet my size are becoming more common, so I have less trouble as the years go by. Funny thing is that from the time I was seven until I was fifteen, nobody could technically tell me to “act my age and not my shoe size” because the two kept pace pretty evenly all along. But the jump from 15E to 16EEE took many years, and for a long time I ascribed it to variances in shoemaking.

There is a really terrific web site for shoes; check out One advantage to having feet this big, while it makes it expensive, is that I can really only by two kinds of shoes. I can buy shitty kicks that wear out in a week, or I can buy the better makers’. Experience has taught me what to look for.

Here’s a weird big shoes story. When I was a teen we didn’t have a lot of money, so when I saw shoes in my size on sale I knew I needed to buy them. I wore some pretty ugly shoes sticking to that rule, but the weirdest run-in I ever had was that one time when I was thumbing through the ads in the back of Hustler Magazine one day and spotted an ad for black patent leather spike heels. On sale. And they came in my size. My mind was so conditioned to hunt for good shoe bargains that for half a tic my mind started thinking, hey, I really need to order a pair.

[No disrespect intended to those of you who are exploring different variations on the default boy-girl theme and its attendant traditional mores… I’m pretty straight-laced, but what you do on your own dime is cool by me as long as no one experiences any permanent damage. You know, unless they want to.]

Lightning - It’s worse than just lightning. Beginning when I was about ten years old I have been bitten by a poisonous snake, shot three times with small caliber arms (twice with the slugs actually bouncing off of my head), broken my neck in a car wreck and walking around or two years without knowing about it, fallen four stories and managed only to break an ankle, survived a near-fatal bout with hepatitis, severed my left thumb with a Samurai sword and had it surgically restored, and as previously mentioned, been struck by lightning.

Then came colon cancer and the brain tumor in my early thirties with many years of depression and vision weirdness leading up to its discovery. (There’s a relationship between pituitary tumors and colon cancer. My cancer was caught very, very early. During a routine endoscopy, which I was having because they thought I had Crohn’s Disease, a couple of polyps they cut loose had cancer cells. They drugged me up for a while and declared me cancer-free, with clear endoscopies to prove it ever since, so it wasn’t that hard to handle but I still get to say I had it.)

Now if only I had been a Navy SEAL I’d have some really great stories.

If it all hadn’t happened to me I wouldn’t believe it either, so if you’re scoffing I understand entirely. But looking back I get the sense that I’m being preserved for something important and that there’s really nothing left to kill me but time. Despite everything, I sincerely believe I will live to be over a hundred years old. As long as I’ve been designated as fate’s whipping boy, there’s no reason I should expect to be let off early. That’s just how my luck seems to run.

And my life has been a great adventure so far, with many extraordinary friends and lots of terrific events to counter-balance the onslaught of stupid shit. I don’t want to give anyone the wrong idea. My luck swings like a very fast and unpredictable pendulum from one extreme to the other with very little middle ground. I just haven’t had a reason to post a list of all the good things that have happened to me yet because the good things don’t affect my penis size…

When life gives me lemons, I’ve become conditioned to growl, “Yeah, I like lemons, bitch… What else ya got?” (I didn’t always, but I’m doing a great deal better these days. My late twenties were touch and go. My head was pretty mired down in deep depression that no drugs could even touch, let alone cure. I have a really terrific wife, and meeting her made the main difference in keeping me alive when the shit got really deep.)

Anyhow, thanks for having a place for me here. I’m going to hang back for a little bit and educate myself, and then I’ll start reporting some results!

All the best,


And some guys around here complain because their 7 inch dick is “too small.” Although a lot of misfortune has befallen you, it seems you’ve overcome it and the resulting depression and can now address your penis size. You’ve come to the right place for that. Welcome and thanks for being so open about your life.

PE works and it’s really only the basic manual exercises that need be done. Suggestions about supplements and hormone therapies are pipe dreams. Look in Sizemeister’s PE Database (link at the bottom of each page) and click on the name of the big gainers to see their routines. You’ll see some hanging and vacuum pumping, but mostly you’ll see dedicated use of the manual methods.

You’ve obviously had a good education in addition to the other things that have happened to you. I appreciated someone who can write well. (I’m the Chief of the Spelling/Grammar Police around here and have to get on the case of the teenagers who write in “chat speak.” :) )

Please join the many threads on a huge variety of topics we have here. Some get pretty heated, but in the end I think we all respect each other’s idiosyncrasies and seem to (mostly) get along. We’re happy to have you join us.

Hi DL, welcome to Thunder’s Place!

I like your style and hope you continue to post with us here. Have fun and good luck!


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