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Prospects for the future...

I know, I know, another “gain predictions” thread. I’m new to this though and I don’t want to have impossibly high hopes. I’m currently 7 bpl x 5.85 eg. I plan on following the newbie routine and then following a plan of my of my own making. I am committed to this and plan on working hard. So, what do you think I can gain?


Starting stats: 7.6 bpl x 5.875 - 6 g

Hoping for: 9 bpl x 6.25 g

The probable reason that this sat unanswered for more than 12 hours is because no one can predict your growth. You should be able to gain something. How much depends on your dedication to the routine, how well you do the routine, how good you are a preventing self-injury, your tissue elasticity, and many other factors. Impossibly high expectations might be in the realm of two inches in length in three months. It takes time and dedication. If you aren’t ready to commit to the project then you’ll have to be satisfied with your already large equipment.

Here’s a chart based on member data from this site, on how many have gained how much how quickly:

datafit2-cool.jpg from this thread: Size’s PE data analysis


For Lampwick, becoming hung like a donkey was the result of a total commitment.

I don’t know, Westla, I think I can give the guy a ball park figure.

If you stick to the newbie routine for 6 months like it’s what is keeping you alive you should gain…
0.25” to 0.5” BPEL & 0.125” EG Mid-Shaft
…at which point you could then keep going or move on to more advanced torture.

If you don’t, then you’ll join the ranks of about 98% of the registered members of this board, most of whom never post. I’m not taking any guest lurkers into consideration, of course.

Chronic inflammation of soft tissue (which is what PE is all about) does seem to cause some growth. With your starting dimensions (assuming they are accurate) you may be better off than some. Each cell in the organ has the opportunity to respond to the stimulus you provide…more cells may equal more opportunity.

I have been a member here for too dang long. I have read too many new routines and old ideas revisited and I was more than a little cynical to begin with. I am NOT entirely convinced that a great deal of the proclamations made in these threads isn’t mixed with some cognitive manipulation. Sometimes people see what they want to see. I recently discovered a paper in the psychology of this phenomena where they proposed doing more research in the area of perception vs. reality. You can check that out here:
http://love.psy.utexas.edu/~love/co…entProposal.pdf

It’s a t.u. research proposal, so read it with an open mind. They sure do.

Anyway, what was the question? Oh yeah, growth predictions.

What are your expectations? How badly do you want it?
Are you willing to sacrifice for achieving your goal…how much social/family time are you willing to give up?
How secretive are you willing to become? How much time, effort, money are you willing to invest before you start to get desperate?

What happens to your plan if you gain NOTHING in the first 6 months of daily effort?

More importantly, what do you think about the following scenario:

You start the newbie routine with high hopes. You take some rough measurements and write them down somewhere. After a couple of weeks the boredom starts to get to you. You want to change up your routine and make it more intense, but everything you have read about the newbie routine says to stay the course. You measure almost every day…or maybe just once a week. Sometimes you think you are getting bigger, sometimes you are not so sure.
In two months you measure and see the best measurement yet. “Wow, a gain!”, you say to yourself. “This PE stuff REALLY works.” You reason that if a little dedicated effort can produce a modest result than more effort should help it along. The gains never seem to follow a predictable pattern and time passes. Looking at the measurements you have taken you can see hills and valleys but overall you think you have evidence that PE is working for you.
At the end of your first year you are still a believer, but you know wrestle with some desperation. You don’t have as much to show for your effort at you told yourself you would 12 months ago.
By the time you hit two years, you have changed your routine several times to recapture the momentum you had during your first 4 months. Dedication to the current routine is lackadaisical and your PE starts to take a back seat to living life. You have not met your initial goals…or perhaps your goals have changed. Either way, you are still on the PE bandwagon but you begin to weigh your options. Perhpas you even begin to question the reliability of your initial measurements. Did you really gain anything?
At some point you will either give up, or you will reach your goal. Either this PE junk is real or it isn’t. If it’s real, maybe it works for you maybe it doesn’t.

I can promise you this based strictly on the statistics; most give up, few ever find satisfaction in their penis size and remain long enough to tell the story to the rest of us. Sure, there are a handful of “success stories” that keep the faithful motivated…but the true motivation for keeping with PE is the nagging insecurity of knowing you are not the best there is.


"Debate the idea..."

Goonbaby:

Originally Posted by goonbaby
If you stick to the newbie routine for 6 months like it’s what is keeping you alive you should gain…

0.25” to 0.5” BPEL & 0.125” EG Mid-Shaft

…at which point you could then keep going or move on to more advanced torture.

With luck, you’ll also see increased erectile quality, and perhaps more pronounced veins.

Originally Posted by goonbaby

Chronic inflammation of soft tissue (which is what PE is all about) does seem to cause some growth.

I know that this is not the major point of your post, but there are different theories about what is actually happening at the cellular level when it comes to PE, and not all of them involve chronic inflammation.


For Lampwick, becoming hung like a donkey was the result of a total commitment.

Originally Posted by Lampwick
Goonbaby:

I know that this is not the major point of your post, but there are different theories about what is actually happening at the cellular level when it comes to PE, and not all of them involve chronic inflammation.


Not all of them are rooted in reality either.


"Debate the idea..."

Originally Posted by goonbaby
Not all of them are rooted in reality either.


You are correct, sir. Or at least grounded in fact. There’s a fair amount of baseless speculation to be found.

Hey, speaking of alternate theories of PE, I don’t think I’ve ever seen an “astrology for PE” thread. Do Tauruses gain better than Virgos, or do they just start out larger?

— Lampwick, striving to be hung like Sagittarius


For Lampwick, becoming hung like a donkey was the result of a total commitment.

Reassuring… as always. (goon)


Goal: B====D ---> B=========D

That was certainly a downer goon, but quite realistic. According to the PE data site, I inputted a BPEL 1” smaller 4 years ago. Yet it doesn’t feel like I’ve grown at all. My dedication to PE tends to be in 4-6 month spurts and I wonder if I grew more after the long deconditioning breaks. I certainly question the measurements I made back then.

Originally Posted by adun111

That was certainly a downer goon, but quite realistic. According to the PE data site, I inputted a BPEL 1” smaller 4 years ago. Yet it doesn’t feel like I’ve grown at all. My dedication to PE tends to be in 4-6 month spurts and I wonder if I grew more after the long deconditioning breaks. I certainly question the measurements I made back then.

Thus, the value of photos with rulers, even if they are only for you. They make for a good reality check.


For Lampwick, becoming hung like a donkey was the result of a total commitment.

Originally Posted by Lampwick

Thus, the value of photos with rulers, even if they are only for you. They make for a good reality check.

Exactly! Thank you, Lamp.

Taking the perfect “Before” Picture


"Debate the idea..."

A calculator on a traction website told me I could have a 10 inch dick(3.5 inch gain) in only a year. Just give them your credit card number and start growing.

I was conflicted about posting this. On the one hand, I know everyone is different and gains vary widely. On the other hand, reading about people gaining one inch by one inch through the newbie routine kept getting the idea stuck in my mind, even though I knew it was (very) unlikely. As for me personally, I know my starting stats are pretty good. What I find odd though is my obsessions with girth. If I jelq twice a day (morning and night, 10 minutes) I can pretty much keep a 6 inch girth. This is big, I know, but I desire more. The prospect of being 6.5 in a few months just keeps sticking in my mind. Also, reading stats like yoyototo’s just make you want to go full steam ahead with PE


Starting stats: 7.6 bpl x 5.875 - 6 g

Hoping for: 9 bpl x 6.25 g

Ah, the allure of more girth…

There was rather inspiring post by I think Wadzilla which talked about a friend of his who went from 5 el to 7 el, and then from 7 el to 9 + solely through stretching and jelqing


Starting stats: 7.6 bpl x 5.875 - 6 g

Hoping for: 9 bpl x 6.25 g

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