My Grand Introduction, devices, and history.
Just wanted to introduce myself officially. I’ve posted a few threads here and there, but now am getting into PE seriously. I’ve been doing PE or forms of PE for about 10 years on and off. I’ve only been doing PE that works for about 6 months and I will explain that. Also the genius devices inspired here at Thunder’s have inspired me to try a few of my own devices.
My first traumatic experience was when I was 10 years old, swimming with my older (and more developed) cousin at our local pool. My bathing suit was sky blue without a liner. Don’t remember why it didn’t have one. You could see right through it when it got wet. After swimming everyone at the pool was staring at me. I asked my cousin and he said you could see my tiny pecker. Don’t other kids know about shrinkage? This was the first blow.
When I was on the wrestling team in high school I would add toilet paper to my bulge to seem bigger (guys stuff too). Everyone else was the same size as me, but growing up seeing porn movies and magazines I believed I was tiny. In high school I was around 6 X 5. Thank goodness no one ever found out about the toilet paper. I would have had to move or go to homeschool.
Around fifteen was when my “experiments” started. I was about to lose my virginity to my long time girlfriend and was terrified mine would be too small. She was a virgin, but you don’t understand this stuff when you’re fifteen. I bought fish hooks, that’s right FISH HOOKS and inserted them only into the skin in the sides of my penis to stretch my member. Looking back I must have been ten mentally, I guess I was desperate. Obviously this did not work, and thankfully I am still a man.
About a year later I read an article in maxim magazine about a biker that wrote in saying that if you used a thick rubberband and a padlock you could stretch your dick. Well the rubberband cut off circulation and chaffed me so I decided to use masking tape and batteries. I worked a job where I would stand for long periods of time so it seemed perfect. Eventually I gave up on it due to the pain of re-tapping.