"Change what you can and accept what you cannot change.Some things you can't change about yourself:Shoe sizePenis sizeIntelligenceHand size
What is common denominator for all the above? They are all genetic.
Some things you can chage about…"
"Take it from someone with the opposite problem...bigger is not always better. At least you don't have to buy special underwear because you don't fit in the regular ones.
Besides, most of us follow a bell curve. Very…"
"So at the ripe old age of 63 I accept my body as one with a big belly and a little penis. This is who I am. My lil guy and I have fun together and so does the person I share him with. Think I look weird in the locker room? …"
"technically all one needs is three inches to please a woman during sex because all of the pleasure nerves are within three inches of the vaginal opening......penis size is just a psychological thing for men."
"I would start with the poem "If-," which is posted and analyzed in several places on this site. I think that gives you a good, broad outline of what probably the majority of the folks who post on this site factor into the definition of…"
Hi there warrior. Welcome to AoM. Also, thought I'd give you a friendly invite to check out my group, The Great Debate. Just click on "Groups." It's the one with the colorful galaxy picture. It's also one of the most active groups on AoM. In any case, great to have you aboard.
Anyone out there know of articles on how to use this site most efficiently? I don't see any sort of FAQ or tutorials.As an example, I noticed that there are a few guys on here that are very good at keeping up with many conversations, and I'd love to here your tricks. It seems to be tricky to keep up on what's read and what's unread, for example. I didn't see an option to customize the color or weight of visited links, nor does there appear to be an unread 'orb' - anything really.Are you guys…See More
Ah, cockroaches. The scummy, skittering, pesky little pests that somehow manage to vanish whenever you flick on the bathroom light. Like Mother Nature's little Batmans. Part of what makes them so hard to control is their resiliency, which is something of a biological marvel. Here are five reasons the humble roach will outlive us all:1. They can adapt at a scary-fast rateIn the mid-1980s, exterminators began mixing sugary roach-bait with slow-acting poisons intended to spread and wipe out entire…See More