- 07-03-2013 #1
Hello. Before I begin I want to say that this site is wonderful, as are the people on it. I've been doing P.E. on and off for the past year or so, but since I've joined this site I have kept up with my routine and it has been great.
So, I don't plan on having any children in the near future but a thought came to mind. Would I share my P.E. knowledge once my son turned 18? I haven't had a child before, but I'm a strong believer of bettering yourself every day and I think this would benefit him/her the most. I mean, depending on my wife's genes and my genes mixing my son could be blessed with a "magic" 8x6+ naturally, but I think I would still share P.E. with him because not only does P.E. help growth but it also helps E.Q. and just overall healthiness of the penis. I would tell him all I knew, and would have him read up before he started to avoid any possibility of injury. I mean, what 18 year old kid wouldn't want to get a bigger dick if he could? That's about all I have to say about that, but it brings up another topic that I am curious about.
The future of P.E.
I'm 22 and haven't been doing P.E. as long as many veterans on this site, but I think in the next 5 or 10 years P.E. is going to blow up. I'm sure this site has a ridiculous amount of new IP hits per day, let alone the people who actually grab the bull by the horns and make an account. I could easily see this site, along with P.E. in general, becoming a massive society of people who want to better their penis. Now don't think this is a bad thing, this will actually be a GREAT thing for us P.E.ers. Not only will we have more information flowing in, but we will find out new techniques and things to DO and NOT to do. I feel the only people who will get something out of this site are the ones who are dedicated for years to come. Me personally? I've made P.E. a lifestyle (like I've done health and fitness) because my penis is going to be with me for the rest of my life, and I want him to be as healthy and big as he can be.
Anyway, for those of you who read, I hope you enjoyed. This is something I've been thinking about for a while and thought I would share with the community.
- 07-03-2013 #2
I think it's a bad idea. Lets be honest, most guys start PE because of insecurity. You introducing PE to your kid, aside from being inappropriate and awkward, would make him even more self conscious. This is coming from an 18 year old. My opinion is that a parents goal should be to worry more about endowing their kid with confidence rather than a big dick.
- 07-03-2013 #3
You're only a few years younger than me and apparently we have some different views. I don't think it would be neither inappropriate nor awkward. Only if you make it awkward it will be awkward. I don't believe in awkward, so that is out of the picture for me. And depending on the relationship you build with your child depends on how things play out. Some people are closer to their parents than others. Also, parenting has A LOT to do with how the child turns out and how the child acts. I agree, sure, it's good to endow your child with confidence but how is that going to help him when he is insecure about hopping in bed with a girl when he has a micropenis? I guess maybe it would be better to just let him do his own thing, injure himself, learn from his mistakes, and find P.E. on his own?
I don't mean to be rude, but you should be able to talk about anything with your parents. Whether it's sex or anything.
- 07-03-2013 #4
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Both of you have great points - on one hand, you could teach him about how to respect and treat your body kindly. If you introduce PE as something similar to working out, then perhaps it is ok.
Actually, I'm not sure if I like the idea of working out these days as most guys don't do it for fitness whatsoever but rather they just lift weights and take as little time as possible to get "big". They do it for the aesthetic appeal for women and for other people to admire. I think that this is why most people do PE. To help with their insecurities and feelings of inadequacy.
Now I've just confused myself and I don't know which side of the fence I'm on!Start
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Why are people speaking against it what the fuck? It's a great idea. Don't tell him in way that he would be if he was insecure or not. Just tell him if he WANTS a bigger dick you know how and you can teach him. Also tell him the benefits of having a big dick. It's as simply as that.
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I think it's a good idea personally. I sure wish someone would have told me earlier, but then again, if I had what I thought was a good size, I wouldn't have even bothered to try it. But on the other hand, I think since all the PEers have a similar goal, we do our best to help each other. It's like a family of some sort. It could potentially saturate dedicated people with people who just want to troll.
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