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80 Percent of PE is internal biochemistry and 20 Percent stretching method.

Me and my horse say no to cutting out oats.

And PE happens so slowly that nutrition is probably only a minor factor in PE unless you are ingesting nuclear waste or petroleum by-products, which will make you dead long before you would be able to tell what effect they would have on PE.

And I`m high on oats right now.

Walked five miles with my dog, clamped for half an hour, trained with weights for 45 minutes and napped for half an hour (good for testosterone levels, and stops the feeling of needing to sleep) and did two client sessions.


Began December 2009 at 5 7/8" length and 5" girth.

As of December 5th 2012 7 3/8" BPEL and 6 1/8" base girth.

Going for the magic 8"x6"

Originally Posted by UM1991
No beer! It actually reverses penis growth.

Fuck, I doubt that alcohol will make ones dick shrink. I do know that alcohol destroys riboflavin, which is used in tissue growth, but my few beers every other day wont make my wee shrink. I guess since I take 5000mg of ascorbic acid a day, it makes up for my destroyed riboflavin. Damn, alcohol depletes your body of vitamin c, which also is needed for tissue growth. Well fuck, maybe you should have said alcohol abuse will potentially hinder your gains. That sounds better. By the way, im not trying to be a dick. Just having a bit of fun since I just got off work and popped the top on a cold one. Later


Stock Cock: BPEL 6.187" EG 5.25"

Current: BPEL 7.00" EG 5.5"

Goal: BPEL 8 EG 6 My new goal is now 9" BPEL X 6" EG So I can blow my wife's pussy walls out!

Originally Posted by Flashpoint
Fuck, I doubt that alcohol will make ones dick shrink. I do know that alcohol destroys riboflavin, which is used in tissue growth, but my few beers every other day wont make my wee shrink. I guess since I take 5000mg of ascorbic acid a day, it makes up for my destroyed riboflavin. Damn, alcohol depletes your body of vitamin c, which also is needed for tissue growth. Well fuck, maybe you should have said alcohol abuse will potentially hinder your gains. That sounds better. By the way, im not trying to be a dick. Just having a bit of fun since I just got off work and popped the top on a cold one. Later

Oh have all the fun you want. Cause I was having fun talking out of my ass…nothing factual in what I said.

There are officially twice as many reply posts to this thread as the total number of posts ever made by the OP.


I'm a disciple of science.

Great! We should give a party.

Thunders place should get a troll filter.

Originally Posted by stuzilla
Maybe his hand got smaller.

Good one stuzilla.

While I am an advocate of the paleo/primal diet personally, I don’t think that anyone should believe what anyone else says in an internet forum (e.g. A post whose only statement is “oats improve EQ” without any kind of citation or indication of what evidence this claim is based upon). To me, the definitive discussion of the harm of processed carbohydrates is “Good Calories, Bad Calories” by Gary Taubes. It is a 700-page research collation by a science journalist. As such, it is both erudite and clear.

The additional restrictions added by the paleo/primal diet are based on additional research into gut health—basically, looking at the types of foods that cause irritation and damage to our stomachs and digestion. After reading the research and investigating the academic articles the paleo advocates were referencing (I have a subscription through my university to most academic databases), I was convinced enough to try it, and I can attest to it’s effectiveness in improving energy levels, speeding muscle recovery, improving digestion, and accelerating fat loss. I’ve been using it as a dietary guide since May of 2010.

When I do decide to indulge in some milk, or a cinnamon bun, or pancakes (as I did yesterday), within about 20 minutes I am reminded of the damaging consequences of these foods. The diarrhea and stomach cramps typically last about a day. It’s usually enough of a reminder to keep me straight for another month or so.

While the OP offered no evidence that diet can influence PE results, it seems plausible to me as an explanation for the wide disparity in success rates among members—at least as plausible as genetics.

Originally Posted by AlanRickman
When I do decide to indulge in some milk, or a cinnamon bun, or pancakes (as I did yesterday), within about 20 minutes I am reminded of the damaging consequences of these foods. The diarrhea and stomach cramps typically last about a day. It’s usually enough of a reminder to keep me straight for another month or so.

Are you lactose intolerant?

I understand why some members correlate post count with authority, though that line of thinking on an internet forum is immature and quite primitive; I didn’t expect childish ad hominem attacks. It’s the kind of thinking that keeps you hanging/jelqing all day, every day without gains.

It’s hard to believe just how much our internal biochem affects what we do since it’s hard to gain awareness of how intracellular functions are behaving, the only tools we have of doing so is our “mood” or “feelings” - unless we’ve had our blood analysed and witnessed the cells functioning, it can be difficult to grasp.

My conclusions aren’t far-fetched, no more than the premise of hanging weights from your penis in order to extend it’s* length, it’s actually a forgone conclusion. The only question however, is to what degree internal biochem affects results - which I believe to be about 80%. That’s what I’ll be experimenting with once my ADS/Hanger arrives.

The hard science behind my recommendations can easily be googled, search for “Paleo” and follow the link I posted in my first post.

*The forum settings keep auto-editing the possessive pronoun “it_s” to the contraction “it’s”.


Last edited by james456 : 01-13-2011 at .

Paleo diet is a well-marketed fad diet, not the worst fad diet but still a fad diet. It’s got some positives to it but the “historical” premise for it and the “disease prevention” stuff is just speculative rubbish.

That link you posted is marketing crap for a book. “In the last six weeks, I have cut from about 180 lbs. to 165 lbs., while adding about 10 lbs. of muscle, which means I’ve lost about 25 lbs. of fat.” Sure thing buddy.


Start: BPFSL/BPEL/MSEG: 158mm/143mm/109mm (6.2"/5.6"/4.3") (end Sep '10)

Now: BPFSL/BPEL/MSEG: 160mm/150mm/112mm (6.3"/5.9"/4.4") (end Oct '10)

GOAL: BPFSL/BPEL/MSEG: 190mm/190mm/130mm (7.5"/7.5"/5.1")

Originally Posted by datdat
Paleo diet is a well-marketed fad diet, not the worst fad diet but still a fad diet. It’s got some positives to it but the “historical” premise for it and the “disease prevention” stuff is just speculative rubbish.

That link you posted is marketing crap for a book. “In the last six weeks, I have cut from about 180 lbs. To 165 lbs., while adding about 10 lbs. Of muscle, which means I’ve lost about 25 lbs. Of fat.” Sure thing buddy.

It’s easy to criticize as the ignorant, stubborn observer.

Try out the methods outlined in the book and gauge results - like me, and others have already done.

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