yes we do, what is weird we are all men and have one and they all produce juice nothing weird about that , watch each other no we watch the screen , and i would never allow my boys to touch me or vice versaView Thread
it's not the size of the pencil it is how you sign your name
hey 92135 man to many to number they are boys and during the teen years it is like they have one constant i have caught them my oldest thought his door was locked and i walked in turned around and walked out to my knowledge they have seen me several times sometimes boys night in when wife is out shopping or away on business movie night can be interesting it reminds me of how quick i used to recover after shooting sometimes they can do a couple loads watching a movie ah youth!View Thread
my sons are 22 & 17 my boys, the youngest is always sporting a boner it seems we do the skinny dipping thing and it is nothing to us we are use to it, my oldest when he was 17 I discovered his condoms and took him to the side told him I was glad he was protcting himself and his partner. and ask if he needed me to get him more. when they see me with an erection the oldest says hey dad i think i got ya beat, i laught and say in your dreams .View Thread
remember the first one i saw my friend pulled his out and said is this normal he was hung like a horse at 13 and i had not hit my growing spurt so mine was still small and i just marvelled at it he let me touch it and then ask me if i'd jack him off i said will i what he thought i got mad but i grew up in a strict household where things like that was not said i learned so much from himView Thread
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