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Do you consider 1 round pmma suffice? 9 months 4 weeks ago #1308712924

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I’m kinda curious to know how everyone’s significant other thought when getting first or second round. And if any regrets on the second round.

Since for me after getting first round my significant other loved it but said she is happy with it and not wanting to get second round since it can be too big and painful, plus not able to fit in condom as well. So now I’m debating if I should do second round and if i do then would it be less filler or full amount.

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Do you consider 1 round pmma suffice? 9 months 3 weeks ago #1308712933

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Oslo wrote: I’m kinda curious to know how everyone’s significant other thought when getting first or second round. And if any regrets on the second round.

Since for me after getting first round my significant other loved it but said she is happy with it and not wanting to get second round since it can be too big and painful, plus not able to fit in condom as well. So now I’m debating if I should do second round and if i do then would it be less filler or full amount.


I don’t have PMMA so I apologize for replying but if she’s perfectly happy with what you’ve got then why would you want to get bigger?

Women often say they have boob jobs “for themselves” when in reality they’re doing it to compete with other women.. it becomes a boob addiction for them..

I know one lady who’s 45 and she’s had 5 already.
..and each surgery makes her bigger. To most guys she now looks very disproportional but she keeps going..

I think porn industry skews their minds and I think it’s happening with us men too. I’m as guilty as charged or I’d have never had my ligament and FFT many, many years ago..

If I were married again and my spouse said I like what you’ve got - that’s as far as I’d go.
If the relationship ended and I wanted to try something new then maybe, otherwise I’d hold on to what you’ve got..

..but I’m sure I’m a minority here AND since I never had PMMA im probably not the person to opine..

An older and a divorced guy’s perspective - a happy wife IS a happy life.

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