- 09-25-2011 #11
However, my real reason for responding is that it gets annoying when people think that guys who choose to do PE for health yet have size goals are contradicting themselves. The fact of the matter is... if gains are likely to come ANYWAY, why not set a goal for fun? If you reach your goal unintentionally... great! and if you don't... then thats not really the reason why you started PE anyway, but your EQ is top notch now... or you not are no long busting early... so thats GREAT as well.- D.
- 09-25-2011 #12
I feel like if size doesn't matter to them, they wouldn't be goals. That would be against the definition of what a goal is.
Also you speak as if this comes up a lot by saying "I hate it when people..." I've been looking through these forums for two years, and to my knowledge, I'm the first to bring this up. Or at least it happens rarely enough for me to have missed it.
And thank you for playing along with the question, regardless of what your stance was. Personally I don't know, bigger gives more confidence, but smaller has that "underdog being better than he thinks he is" aspect to it which is pretty cool imo.
Last edited by MrMonroe; 09-25-2011 at 08:57 PM.Slowly cutting down on sleep... who needs it, anyway?
- 09-25-2011 #13
- 09-25-2011 #14
I see words the way they are defined, so when I see goal, to me that means "an achievement to which effort is put towards." If size doesn't matter at all to you, it wouldn't be an achievement. As that would imply you wanted it, which would be contradicting to the point of you not caring for size.
Also you saying you rather be the "big dog" is a direct contradiction of you not caring about size lmao
EDIT: yeah I realize I kinda trapped you there with the premise of this thread, so I'll let that slide :P
I could just be being picky, so whatever. I'm just getting tired of seeing the same 5 posts being repeated through like 100 different people.
And hey now, who's to say a 5" guy can't lay some serious pipe? For all you know he'll try harder because he's smaller, while the 7 inch dude will have an "I'm awesome" mentality and not put as much effort in.
Last edited by MrMonroe; 09-25-2011 at 09:20 PM.Slowly cutting down on sleep... who needs it, anyway?
- 09-25-2011 #15
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- 09-25-2011 #16
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I'm in uni, would I rather have an 100% average...honestly I don't think about it. My reason for being here is to attain a high enough average to get in to the professional school of my choice not to have an 100% average.
So really the would I rather consider myself bigger/smaller(100/50%) is kinda pointless because it deals with some perfect ideal world that does not exist.
I don't waste my time thinking about the perfect scenario because it doesn't exist and never will. Therefore I don't really care whether I have an 100 average and therefore don't even have a serious consideration about whether I would rather be there or at a 95. Same applies to size, I am here for EQ everything else is just a sideshow to keep me entertained.
- 09-25-2011 #17XitemeMGuest
I'd go with the smaller option personally. First and foremost, despite you not wanting these sort of responses, I go for accuracy and the proper method. But.. I would lean towards under-estimating if anything. That way you give yourself more room for a pleasant suprise in the future, and also maybe I would be more motivated if I felt like the underdog. I'm just not comfortable at all to exagerate my strengths, even to myself. Maybe it's because it's not a stereotypical Australian thing to do, or maybe it's just me. If I talk up my size or any other aspect of myself I instantly feel like a wanker. Feeling like a wanker is worse than being small Haha, there's an emoticon for everything!
- 09-26-2011 #18
You also missed my point. A lack of a perfect scenario is not an excuse to throw away imagination and take away the fun in a topic, as this is what you are the doing by providing this answer.
Yeah I agree. Also the potential of someone in the future letting you know the truth. It'd be better to find out you were underestimating yourself than overestimating yourself.Slowly cutting down on sleep... who needs it, anyway?
- 09-26-2011 #19XitemeMGuest
- 09-26-2011 #20
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dude, no offense.. but you're taking the fun out of the topic with your nitpicking and condescension. I'd be happy these find gentleman took the time out of their day to give you any sort of response. Make your question and point clear, but do it in a way that doesn't make it sound like other people are below you.
As for your question, I'd probably take the smaller one because that's just how I am it would give me more motivation to keep exercising. I think when it comes to sex I'd probably want the bigger measurement cause I'll take a confidence boost any way it comes!
oh and people who are doing it purely for health and EQ reasons need goals too. EQ improvement can make your tool bigger than it was before you started PE.Aug 5 '11 -- Sept 14 '11
NBPEL 6.5" (+.25")
BEG 5.25" (+.125")
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