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    So I've known this for awhile, and Ive seen some things in the past about how to correct it...

    My piece seriously go to the right at like at 60 degree angle...

    Why is this and what can i do to make it straight again?
    Last edited by rbi99; 10-15-2013, 08:27 AM.
    March 2012
    BPEL 7.2"[+0.4]
    Girth 5.5"[+0.0]


    Short term Goals

    BPEL 7.5"
    Girth 5.7"

    Long term Goals
    BPEL 8"
    Girth 6"

  • #2
    17 posts in 2 years?
    dude how long have you had this 60 degree angle?
    start: aug 1 2013
    bpel: 6.9..7.1..7.2..8.5
    Nbpel: 6..6.2..6.4..8
    Mseg: 5..5..6.5
    Flaccid: 4..4.
    .6


    his mother was a mudder..

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    • #3
      LOL IKR?

      Its been awhile, but I never considered doing anything about it, didnt think it was this bad until i looked in the mirror the other day XD
      March 2012
      BPEL 7.2"[+0.4]
      Girth 5.5"[+0.0]


      Short term Goals

      BPEL 7.5"
      Girth 5.7"

      Long term Goals
      BPEL 8"
      Girth 6"

      Comment


      • #4
        Anyone? Bump
        March 2012
        BPEL 7.2"[+0.4]
        Girth 5.5"[+0.0]


        Short term Goals

        BPEL 7.5"
        Girth 5.7"

        Long term Goals
        BPEL 8"
        Girth 6"

        Comment


        • #5
          I have a few questions. So is it a natural angle or an induced angle?
          Begin 7/25/2011:
          NBPEL 7, BPEL 7.2, MEG 5.6, BEG 6

          Current 12/05/2014:
          FL 5.25, FG 5.2
          NBPEL 7.8, BPEL 8.1, UEG 5.75, MEG 6.25, BEG 6.7

          Long:
          UEG:MEG 6.5

          https://www.pegym.com/forums/progres...henewuser.html

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          • #6
            What do you mean by that?

            I believe its natural?
            March 2012
            BPEL 7.2"[+0.4]
            Girth 5.5"[+0.0]


            Short term Goals

            BPEL 7.5"
            Girth 5.7"

            Long term Goals
            BPEL 8"
            Girth 6"

            Comment


            • #7
              Originally posted by Zhall View Post
              So I've known this for awhile, and Ive seen some things in the past about how to correct it...

              My piece seriously go to the right at like at 60 degree angle...

              Why is this and what can i do to make it straight again?
              OK, let me chime in on this. I have never had much of a curve, so I'm not in your shoes exactly, but I do have some encouraging news. First, I assume all cocks are curved one way or the other to certain degree. But I noticed something interesting a couple months ago. I was pleased because to notice my curve is gone. So you can reverse your curve, over time. Yuppers.

              Here is how it happened. I had a slight curve to the right. Always have. Maybe because I'm right handed and jerked to the right all my life, who knows? Long story short, I bought a strap to regenerate my foreskin. I always strapped it to my left leg (so it pulled my penis to the left) and I wore that damn thing for 8-10 hours a day for 10 months. Well guess what? My slight curve to the right is totally gone. It wasn't even my intention, it just worked out that way.

              Hope you get some hope after reading what I have to say.
              "with great EQ, comes great responsibility"

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              • #8
                Upon further examination it is actually to the left (damn mirrors lol), and it makes sense that it would be to the left since i use my left hand to jack it.

                Any other ways to correct this?

                Where could i get a strap like this?
                March 2012
                BPEL 7.2"[+0.4]
                Girth 5.5"[+0.0]


                Short term Goals

                BPEL 7.5"
                Girth 5.7"

                Long term Goals
                BPEL 8"
                Girth 6"

                Comment

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