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A question for PE vets.

I knew Dino would volunteer. ;)

As for me, I’m leaning on no. I need some more details. I don’t want sole responsiblity over anyone’s dick, but my own. If you get too involved with telling them what to do, I think it would hurt them in the long run.


"It doesn't matter where you start, it only matters where you end up."

Dam my head hurts, how did I end up this ship and who’s that guy with the hook and the patch on his eye. Oh shit I must have volunteered for another one of thunders jobs.

Dino

To interject:

This program, only in the thinking stage, would call upon the knowledge of Vets of PE to share that knowledge in a different way. You guys who have been doing PE for a long time and through a lot of experimentation found methods of gain that worked for you could save some Newbies time and wheel spinning.

You would not be any more responsible for somebody else’s dick than you are already by telling Newbies sometimes daily here in posts what they should and should not do. You would have the opportunity, though, to a help somebody starting out get on the right track for his particular goals (lenght, girth, via hanging, pumping, jelking or whatever), sooner than he might otherwise.

There is a whole lot of knowledge and communication skill among Vets here. This is just a way to give others who choose to work more directly with one of you, and a lot of Newbies will not go this route, some first-hand knowledge, and hopefully get faster gains for their efforts.

All of us Vets have had ongoing PMs or emails with Newbies who see in our posts on particular subjects that we know something that applies to their goals or concerns. This program should cut down our (boring and constant) reposts of FAQ stuff and allow for more informed future posts. No Newbie could join the program before first doing his own reading and learning, so it’s not as if you’d have to deal with numb nuts. (Sorry Newbies, but some of you don’t take a little time to do your homework.)

All of the usual posting regs and rules would apply. You’d just get to impart your knowledge in a more one-to-one way.

If a Newbie got somebody nasty like Dino or Bib, he could always ask to be assigned somebody less crusty. Of course, if he wants to get a dick like theirs, he may be willing to put up with their abuse.


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avocet8

Crusty huh, well I guess I have been called worse

Perhaps I was simply more willing to crawl around in the archives than most newbies, but I found very little that had not already been answered. The one or two times I was truly stumped I posted a question in a relevant thread & got answers right away. But then I lurked for a long time before ever posting, and spent a long time hanging (translation - lots of time to study the archives) after I did start posting.

Put me down as a very neutral perhaps, guess I just don’t see the need for it.

Most of the threads that got me all those pm’s have gone dead which might be influencing my decision.


Running a Massive Co-Front.

iamaru

Has some really good points, that was pretty much the same way I approached things as well.

The one issue that has changed is there is a massive; may I use the word massive without saying dick after it?

Anyway there is a shit load more information to review one the way to a world class boner now than a year or two ago.

So from that standpoint maybe some direction would be in order.

Let face it there is really a few options for length growing, and the same for girth building, however it seems the variations and sequence is also key.

Examples of these are DLD’s routine and Bigger’s hanging and wrapping methods.

When Crusty, I mean Dino, says he increased his girth by concentrating solely on girth with no length exercises and he explains how he did it, I listen.

Are we making it easier for the newbie probably, but what the heck they still have to do the work.

Setting up a way for PE’ers with similar gaining characteristics to more easily find each other and communicate would be beneficial, but I don’t think one on one “mentoring” will work.

If you want to learn to play guitar, you take lessons from a guitarist, not a trumpet player. Probably a poor analogy, but maybe the point still comes across.

As ledzep indicated, all the info needed for PE is here somewhere, but it does need to be rounded up and presented so even relatively well-read newbies can find it.

Hobby;

Explain how the availability of information archived here predicts the outcome of a Mentor program. Newbies would need to read everything they could, easily available or not, before they even approach such a program.

When I got into PE, I’d have been real happy for feedback from a trombone player; I was playing a piccolo at the time.


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avocet8

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All of the usual posting regs and rules would apply. You’d just get to impart your knowledge in a more one-to-one way.

I think four or five opinions would be better than one person’s opinion. If I’m looking for help or advice, I’m going to ask a few people, not just one.


"It doesn't matter where you start, it only matters where you end up."

Mentoring

That word also bears a significant amount of determination, time, effort and, not to mention, responsibility. I don’t mind all that but how do we know, after engaging in such a “mentor/student” relationship, that the “student and/or newbie” will stick around long enough to see some results?

Many of the newbies want a bigger dick fast and don’t want to be tied to a workout regimen developed and designed by someone else but them. Thunder knows what I’m talking about.

A lof of new guys just don’t want to take the time and workout. That’s why “docs” invented the “Penis Pill”, the pill that gives you immense results without the effort. Yeah right, “Penis Pill” my ass….:BS:

Maybe I’m way off, who knows. Right now, I’m leaning towards a “No”, but with more info and an outlined idea/plan I might change my mind.


Make it huge....!

Uncut4Big / Mike

I’m suprised no non-mods are interested in this. What Gand(a/o)lf’s the only one interested?

Well guys, I like the idea so far. I wouldnt mind giving some advice to someone who was looking for insight. I have replied to some PMs in the past. Some guys were looking for me to lay out entire programs for them (I try to steer away from that usually) and others were just wanting to know if what they were currently doing sounded good or if I thought they were on the right track. I think if this program does go forward it would be a good idea to have a forum where everyone could read the interactions between the vets and the newbies. Someway to archive it all and further more add to the FAQ for newbies type stuff. Eventually cutting down even more on the already-done-been-asked questions.

Perhaps another way to approach this would be to break down and categorize the different methods of pe most popularly used. Then a vet could sign on to that particular exercise as a “coach” and a newbie could direct his inquiries to whoever he feels comfortable with. If a newbie reads the generalized posts in the forums he should be able to get enough info on a particular members methods and get a more direct answer to his question as long as that member is listed in this new “coaches forum”.

Re: Mentoring

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Many of the newbies want a bigger dick fast and don't want to be tied to a workout regimen developed and designed by someone else but them. Thunder knows what I'm talking about.

I could not agree more with statement. PE for me meant a total commitment for X amount of time until I reached my goal. This meant getting up earlier, going to bed later, whatever it took…I always took comfort that once I reached my goal I could finally relax. I get alot of PM’s from newbies asking for help, which I love helping, and the first reaction to this work load is “That is alot of work” but I try to coax them into understanding the PE is not easy but it is rewarding.


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avocet8 wrote:
Explain how the availability of information archived here predicts the outcome of a Mentor program. Newbies would need to read everything they could, easily available or not, before they even approach such a program.

If a newbie has clear instructions on exercise options, how to set up a program, how to perform his chosen exercises, and access to the forums here for any questions or concerns, what purpose would a mentor serve? I don’t get it.

Are mentors supposed to hold a newbie’s hand and walk him through information he should have read himself? If the goal is to reduce initial confusion and common questions, the better solution is to make needed information easier to obtain.

When I got into PE, I’d have been real happy for feedback from a trombone player; I was playing a piccolo at the time.

Newbies get plenty of feedback here already - usually several opinions instead of only one. Pairing off and funneling PE discussion into mentor/student PMs or e-mails doesn’t benefit others. Public discussion does. We already have that.

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