I loved being naked.
I would come home from work, drop my clothes and not dress 'till work the next day.
On the weekends, I wouldn't bother to get dressed at all. It was awesome to get up, go out on the deck, take a piss and just sit in the chaise.
In the winter, the most I would wear would be a bathrobe.
I was in junior high school. We had swim class, I was very scared and nervous because I had never seen other boys my age nude. After a few classes I was much more comfortable being naked around my friends. One day I was about to get in the shower when one of my classmates pointed and said "it's sticking straight up!". I had no idea what he was talking about until I looked down and noticed that I had a huge erection pointing straight up towards the ceiling. Needless to say, at the time, I was mortified. One reason was I had no idea that other people penises pointed straight out where mine pointed straight up, the other reason was that I had an erection around all of my junior high classmates.
I was very self-conscious about the fact that my penis pointed straight up towards my chin. In high school, however, I had one of those spontaneous erections in math class. It was snaking down my leg and very uncomfortable and very noticeable. I pushed it down and heard and felt a POP. I had snapped the suspensory ligament. From that day on, my penis no longer achieved a high angle and stuck straight out or down.View Thread
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