Another damned tunica question (sorry guys)
I’ve been at this PE stuff for almost a year now with some success, and thought I was somewhat familiar with the anatomy of the johnson. At the risk of sounding dumb, though, I must address an issue that has been bugging me for some time now.
The tunicae are the tough coverings that surround the corpus cavernosa on both sides of the penis, right? And that cord (which has been referred to as being sort of “T” shaped in cross section) that runs along the top is the “septum” that separates the two chambers, right? Okay….
When you guys hang, or pull your dicks straight out to stretch the tunica, where do you generally feel the resistance? Do you feel the stretch on the entire tunica, as in around the circumfrence of the penis too? Or just on this cord-like septum thingie in the middle?
I ask this question because whenever I pull, jelq, hang or whatever, the *only* thing that seems to be keeping my dick from stretching out literally inches more is that cord-like septum thingie along the top of my dick. Nothing else ever gets stretched at all, no matter which direction I stretch in - up, down, sideways or however. The rest of my dick just sort of hangs there flabby, while this middle septum thing gets stretched out like a freakin’ guitar string.
Is this the norm? Please help me here guys. I’m confused.
8/1/02: 5.75" BPEL X 4.5" EG
6/1/03: 7.5" BPEL X 5.75" EG as measured midshaft with a snapped chalk line....