Growth and Size Illusion Issues
I am trying to get a handle on something that has been bugging me for a long time.
I have read of other members who have experienced/are experiencing the same thing
and I may have a theory to explain.
The issue: I Can’t see the gains.
Since beginning PE in 2006, I have gained 1.25” in BPEL, 1.25” in NBPEL, 1.25” in FL and .3125” in girth.
I measure EXACTLY the same way every time. I’m very sure of this. My problems is I don’t look any bigger to myself.
I know, everyone wants to throw out the body dis-morphism theory to explain this. But when I measure and then subtract 1.25” and cover
the added length, there is NO WAY I was that small! No, I didn’t take pictures. Do I wish I had? Yea, maybe. But I was,
and still am, too paranoid someone would find them.
So, here are my theories…
1. I never gained. I just learned to push the ruler further and further into my pelvis bone.
I don’t really buy this one. Why? I know I gained girth. No bone pushing for that one. I also don’t think PE exercises do anything to soften
your pelvic muscles. And, my NBPEL is 1.25” longer.
2. The change was so gradual I just forgot what I looked like before.
Plausible, but still doesn’t explain why it looks like a stub when I cover the 1.25” growth.
3. It’s an illusion. The additional girth makes it look the same length as before.
I also found some compelling evidence for this argument.
4. A wandering tribe of sadistic nomadic midgets from an alternate universe is messing with my penis (much the same way my potatoes do.)
I think they use the end of a space toothbrush to shave off any gains I have made. And when I go to measure, they inflate it with an implant
they control remotely. (My therapist likes this one, but of course she snorts Draino)
I’m going to have to go with a combination of theories 2 & 3. I think the gradual change, coupled with the added girth, gives the illusion
of no growth. Either that, or my ruler is under the control of the midgets!!
Anyone else experiencing this phenomenon?
Let me tell you the secret that has led me to my goal: my strength lies solely in my tenacity.