Three year anniversary.
At some point in December 2012 I will pass the three year mark of my PE career and posting at thunders and I have a few observations.
Firstly, like most of us who start PE, we have no idea that it works or whether it will damage our penises irreparably, and so we take this path on faith. Over time of course we become more convinced (though I’m wondering if being convinced is a process or a line one crosses.) that PE makes our dicks bigger and stronger. Once we have some results and some injury and some set-backs, we realise that like everything else in life there is good and bad.
Secondly, we experience absolute euphoria when we measure our first gain, and this convinces us that we are capable of growing a monster the likes of which the future women in our llives have never seen before. This excitement drives us on and re-invents our commitment to the PE cause and we have new dedication, plans and focus.
Then there is the transition from the”newbie” replete with a new longer, harder dick, to an experienced PEr with injuries, borderline erectile dysfunction and a new-found gratitude for an erection. This phase is where one starts to re-doubt whether PE works or not and this is insane because you just measured again for the hundredth time and it must be clear by now that this is a bigger dick.
So you begin mixing up exercises and routines to bring about new growth and new wounds are inflicted, which you put down to the dedication to the cause and explain to the wife that you caught it in your zipper (again) and you march on like a good soldier. You ride the anxiety of whether it’s too much or too little to hang heavy weights off your dick with a device that looks more like the jaws of a fish than a device to apply to your penis, and settle in to giving up hours of your spare time to jump-starting your growth.
And so here I am at the end of three years of penis torture summarising the efficacy of such an endeavor and whether it has been worth the sacrifice and dedication, and the answer is; HELL YEAH!
Every second of injury, threshold of agony and isolation has made me a better man. This dedication generalises out into all areas of my life where I need to be patient, calm and sure of a positive outcome and plan, design and execute my ideas.
So this is to the next three years of PE and beyond.
Cheers!, and thanks to Thunder’s, as I’m quite sure little of this would have been possible without the support.
Began December 2009 at 5 7/8" length and 5" girth.
As of December 5th 2012 7 3/8" BPEL and 6 1/8" base girth.
Going for the magic 8"x6"