I go commando quite often. I don't know if it will make your penis grow but it probably will, over time, cause your balls to hang lower. I have low hangers and I attribute part of the reason they hang low is because of all the years I've gone commando. I love how my junk rolls and flops around. I get a sense of freedom when I go commando. As far as the pants you wear, it depends on what you want. If you don't want to be noticed, wear something loose. If you want to be noticed, wear something tighter. I love to watch both men and women watching my crotch. But thats me.View Thread
I'm just the opposite. When i was young I didn't mind showing off although I wouldn't go out of my way to show off but as I have aged (I'm 66 years old) I have become a little self concious of my big dick and don't show it off at all if I can help it.View Thread
Tallguy, it seems that most uncut guys have veinier penises. I would guess that cutting off the foreskin damages a lot of veins and as a result they atrophy. Is that something that happened to you after you got cut? Less veins.View Thread
I responded in another community that I was never jealous of another man's penis because I'm very large myself. There was a guy in the army that was huge and I was curious about him. I wanted to see him erect to see if he was bigger than me. His flaccid penis was bigger than my flaccid penis. We always want to have the biggest dick. I'm 66 now and as I have gotten older the less important it has become. Now I actually am a little self concious of it. So I don't know I think it is only natural to be jealous of somebody else for what they have. Hey I'd give 5" off my penis to be Tom Brady.View Thread
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