Come on guys, there has to be more of you out there. Otherwise this is the most disheartening inspirational thread ever.
I didn’t realise it was supposed to be an inspirational thread.
My contribution to the most depressing inspirational thread ever:
Dude— it’s totally possible to gain an inch. You might be a slow gainer, or you might be a fast gainer (I don’t use the term ‘easy gainer’ because there’s was certainly nothing easy about what I had to do to get my gains). But more than luck, it’s down to commitment, dedication, perspiration and consistency.
The people who work very hard and don’t gain at all — it seems — are a very very small minority.
I’ve gained about two inches since I started and that was down to making a commitment, setting my focus and not accepting anything less than all that I could possibly do to make the best gains I could (if something’s not worth obsessing over it’s not worth my time).
Making gains takes a lot of time and a lot of effort, so if you don’t really make the decision to go for it and to really dedicate yourself to it, it’s just a lot of wasted time, because you have to be consistent and you have to be dedicated. If I recall correctly, it was Bib himself who said that if you can’t hang every day don’t bother hanging.
Set your focus and keep in mind why your doing it— to motivate yourself concentrate on the benefits that it’ll bring you. Picture them, imagine them, hear them— use them to motivate you (it’s been said that if you have a strong enough reason why to do something, you can do anything).
One of my primary motivators is imagining exactly what an old friend of mine will say to her friends if you she were ever to find out about the gains I’ve made. I imagine her voice speaking the words with her inflections and her emphases, I imagine her mouth forming the words, her throat opening as she says it, as if she’s tasting the idea: “_____ ______ has an eight inch cock”
Previously known as Mr. Fantastic
Last edited by Mr. Fantastic : 09-30-2006 at .