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College Advice

As a rising junior in college, I can give you some tips.
1) Don’t try and focus on the “partying” crowd. I must say I am biased and I don’t party and what not (I also am on a dry campus and a Christian-founded one). But just in general the party peoples don’t tend to do as well in school and it is a major distraction. I am not saying don’t have some fun and a good time, but just make sure you are putting your education before a night of drinking or partying.
2) If you can handle a part-time job, I would definitely recommend it. It helps keeps you focused and a good work ethic. I’ve had a job since high school, and although it may seem like a lot of work, it’s not too terrible. It also teaches you how to manage your time and focus.
3) Do NOT procrastinate. I fall into this pit often, but try to avoid it. It leads to unwanted stress and late nights. You just need to learn time management and you should be fine.
4) If you can find a steady relationship, do it. I am biased here, also, because my girlfriend and I have been together since our senior year of high school. It just provides a sense of stability and comfort. You don’t have to worry about finding a pretty girl or playing the field. But if that’s not your style, then just disregard this! It’s all about personal preference.
5) If you have an idea of what you want to do in school, begin working towards that immediately. For example, I found out early on I wanted to be a doctor or some other profession in that field, so I knew to immediately follow a degree in biology. I am now well on my way towards my degree and I am shadowing a local doctor. If you know what you want to do, start making connections and getting in that field. If you do not know what you want to do, take some general classes your first year and figure out what you like the most and what you can see yourself doing. I’d take some English, science (bio or chemistry, perhaps), and maybe even a fine arts. There are a lot of different paths you can take.
6) Don’t fret about the little things. If you get a bad grade, just use it as an inspiration to keep on going. I made a 53 on my first test in one class and still rebounded to get an “A” in the course. Just strive to do your best! You may even surprise yourself (I got all A+’s, including upper level biology and a chemistry course. I was pretty surprised!). Just do your best and the degree will come in no time.

This isn’t really a tip, but just something I’ve noticed. Time flies when you are in college. High school may have seemed like it went by quickly, but that pales in comparison to college. The semesters will literally be over before you know it. So just stay on top of things. Also, you will learn that it is so much better to have classes for a semester or two at a time and then be done with them. So, unlike high school, you won’t be stuck in a class you hate for a whole year most of the time.

I am sure you can find the time to do a Linear Newbie Routine. I am just starting it myself and I think it will be manageable with a college schedule.

Good luck to you and I wish you the best in college and your PE routine! I am sure we will reach our goals in no time :) .

(Sorry I can’t provide any PE tips. I am a newbie myself!)

Originally Posted by Sniper9999
As a rising junior in college, I can give you some tips.
1) Don’t try and focus on the “partying” crowd. I must say I am biased and I don’t party and what not (I also am on a dry campus and a Christian-founded one). But just in general the party peoples don’t tend to do as well in school and it is a major distraction. I am not saying don’t have some fun and a good time, but just make sure you are putting your education before a night of drinking or partying.
2) If you can handle a part-time job, I would definitely recommend it. It helps keeps you focused and a good work ethic. I’ve had a job since high school, and although it may seem like a lot of work, it’s not too terrible. It also teaches you how to manage your time and focus.
3) Do NOT procrastinate. I fall into this pit often, but try to avoid it. It leads to unwanted stress and late nights. You just need to learn time management and you should be fine.
4) If you can find a steady relationship, do it. I am biased here, also, because my girlfriend and I have been together since our senior year of high school. It just provides a sense of stability and comfort. You don’t have to worry about finding a pretty girl or playing the field. But if that’s not your style, then just disregard this! It’s all about personal preference.
5) If you have an idea of what you want to do in school, begin working towards that immediately. For example, I found out early on I wanted to be a doctor or some other profession in that field, so I knew to immediately follow a degree in biology. I am now well on my way towards my degree and I am shadowing a local doctor. If you know what you want to do, start making connections and getting in that field. If you do not know what you want to do, take some general classes your first year and figure out what you like the most and what you can see yourself doing. I’d take some English, science (bio or chemistry, perhaps), and maybe even a fine arts. There are a lot of different paths you can take.
6) Don’t fret about the little things. If you get a bad grade, just use it as an inspiration to keep on going. I made a 53 on my first test in one class and still rebounded to get an “A” in the course. Just strive to do your best! You may even surprise yourself (I got all A+’s, including upper level biology and a chemistry course. I was pretty surprised!). Just do your best and the degree will come in no time.

This isn’t really a tip, but just something I’ve noticed. Time flies when you are in college. High school may have seemed like it went by quickly, but that pales in comparison to college. The semesters will literally be over before you know it. So just stay on top of things. Also, you will learn that it is so much better to have classes for a semester or two at a time and then be done with them. So, unlike high school, you won’t be stuck in a class you hate for a whole year most of the time.

I am sure you can find the time to do a Linear Newbie Routine. I am just starting it myself and I think it will be manageable with a college schedule.

Good luck to you and I wish you the best in college and your PE routine! I am sure we will reach our goals in no time :) .

(Sorry I can’t provide any PE tips. I am a newbie myself!)

Thank you for the advice! I’ll be at a Christian college, and a dry campus (no. 10 on the list I believe), besides I’m not into parties. I won’t know anyone there, other than a couple of profs, as I am from a different state, so I’ll have to get out there. I know what I’m going to do, and actually have some experience in it (CS), so that isn’t a problem. I was homeschooled, it flew (Blink of an eye, and busier than most). That’s fine, I get ya!


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Originally Posted by gettinghuge
Thank you for the advice! I’ll be at a Christian college, and a dry campus (no. 10 on the list I believe), besides I’m not into parties. I won’t know anyone there, other than a couple of profs, as I am from a different state, so I’ll have to get out there. I know what I’m going to do, and actually have some experience in it (CS), so that isn’t a problem. I was homeschooled, it flew (Blink of an eye, and busier than most). That’s fine, I get ya!

Wow another homeschooler, interesting haha. Good luck dude.


Starting 4/15/15 7.3 BPEL and 4.9 MEG

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Originally Posted by Narukami
Wow another homeschooler, interesting haha. Good luck dude.

Awesome! Thanks, same to you!

Just out of curiosity, why were you homeschooled?


Started at 7.25"x5.75" in May 2015.

Goal is 8"x6".

Originally Posted by gettinghuge
Awesome! Thanks, same to you!

Just out of curiosity, why were you homeschooled?

Christian family wanted me to be safe and taught in a biblical way. you?


Starting 4/15/15 7.3 BPEL and 4.9 MEG

Super lazy and inconsistent :(

That was a part of it. We had some issues with the local school district when I was in 6th grade, so we started in 7th. Just finished this year.


Started at 7.25"x5.75" in May 2015.

Goal is 8"x6".

Originally Posted by gettinghuge
That was a part of it. We had some issues with the local school district when I was in 6th grade, so we started in 7th. Just finished this year.

Oh ok, yah we have similar stats too, I’m a late developer and find myself still naturally growing as well which is awesome. Noticed an increase in girth and length the last few months


Starting 4/15/15 7.3 BPEL and 4.9 MEG

Super lazy and inconsistent :(

Originally Posted by Narukami
Oh ok, yah we have similar stats too, I’m a late developer and find myself still naturally growing as well which is awesome. Noticed an increase in girth and length the last few months

Awesome on the naturally! I wasn’t a late bloomer, just happened to get to a nice size to begin with. I’ve only recently started myself, haven’t noticed gains in size yet, just in EQ.


Started at 7.25"x5.75" in May 2015.

Goal is 8"x6".

Originally Posted by gettinghuge
Awesome on the naturally! I wasn’t a late bloomer, just happened to get to a nice size to begin with. I’ve only recently started myself, haven’t noticed gains in size yet, just in EQ.

Pretty much same here. I’m around 7.5-7.8 really depends on how horny I am.


Starting 4/15/15 7.3 BPEL and 4.9 MEG

Super lazy and inconsistent :(

Improved EQ from PE is great isn’t it? There was a member here named Kingpole. Not around any more, but he had the best way of saying things.

He always said, “A harder dick is a bigger dick.” Seem simple but is actually profound.


Last edited by sta-kool : 06-19-2015 at .

Interesting, because I’m just finishing my masters (a late bloomer here, they say).

Tbh, I just couldn’t find the time to do it consistently. And I did not have the motivation; it returned after clearing college from my plate. Well, it did off and on throughout, but my schedule simply didn’t allow it.

Retrospectively, here is what I think I could have accomplished and been consistent. Regular kegel workouts, manual stretching (which I did a bit), alternating with jelq every so often for swap-up. But that’s about it. Hanging? Forget it. I had maybe 30 min windows here and there.

So what I would say is, pick something you definitely can do. Make some sacrifice of other things so you can be consistent with it. And then reap the rewards of being moderate and consistent.

I think a lot of the academic counsel here is pretty solid. I always built a solid relationship with every instructor. Easier to do when older, granted. But it is a way to make yourself known and draw the instructor into your ‘cause’. I find so many become very interested in students who are contributors and have career questions, as well as subject-oriented interest. More often than not, I found students very aloof and detached from any relationship with the instructors. Be exceptional, because you are exceptional.


Last edited by BusterHymes : 06-20-2015 at .

Originally Posted by BusterHymes
Interesting, because I’m just finishing my masters (a late bloomer here, they say).

Tbh, I just couldn’t find the time to do it consistently. And I did not have the motivation; it returned after clearing college from my plate. Well, it did off and on throughout, but my schedule simply didn’t allow it.

Retrospectively, here is what I think I could have accomplished and been consistent. Regular kegel workouts, manual stretching (which I did a bit), alternating with jelq every so often for swap-up. But that’s about it. Hanging? Forget it. I had maybe 30 min windows here and there.

So what I would say is, pick something you definitely can do. Make some sacrifice of other things so you can be consistent with it. And then reap the rewards of being moderate and consistent.

I think a lot of the academic counsel here is pretty solid. I always built a solid relationship with every instructor. Easier to do when older, granted. But it is a way to make yourself known and draw the instructor into your ‘cause’. I find so many become very interested in students who are contributors and have career questions, as well as subject-oriented interest. More often than not, I found students very aloof and detached from any relationship with the instructors. Be exceptional, because you are exceptional.

Well posted Buster, I always found it beneficial to become allies with my instructors as well. My 2 sons followed in the same footsteps and became friends with their instructors to the point that some of them would join us for dinner. The really cool thing was, they would talk and discuss things on subjects my boys were learning.

Originally Posted by sta-kool
Improved EQ from PE is great isn’t it? There was a member here named Kingpole. Not around any more, but he had the best way of saying things.

He always said, “A harder dick is a bigger dick.” Seem simple but is actually profound.

I know, it is great! It’s so much more fun to play with! ;-)

I’d say that’s the truth, I’m beginning to get a bit bigger flaccid, but just being harder makes me feel bigger.

So, thank you all.


Started at 7.25"x5.75" in May 2015.

Goal is 8"x6".

Nice to see so many homeschooled here, I went to public school but have homeschooled mine from the beginning.

Would you guys say you were happy being homeschooled, do you think it worked out well?


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Originally Posted by GettinGrown
Nice to see so many homeschooled here, I went to public school but have homeschooled mine from the beginning.

Would you guys say you were happy being homeschooled, do you think it worked out well?

I have mixed feelings, it’s ok but would have been much happier at private school if the family could have afforded it.


Starting 4/15/15 7.3 BPEL and 4.9 MEG

Super lazy and inconsistent :(

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