Fatherhood PMMA Worries 5 years 6 months ago #1297113003
Last year I had the joy of becoming a proud papa to a boy (me and his mom aren\'t together but he stays with me most weekends) and I am enjoying fatherhood. That being said I am worried about all the father and son situations coming up: showing him how to pee while standing up; showing him how to put on a jockstrap and cup; taking him into the locker room and showers. I am super worried that if he sees me (I am huge Flaccid now and may go bigger and get a scrotal enhancement) during his childhood and teens I will give him body dysmorphia if he compares himself to his dad. When I was growing up and in my teens I noticed my dad was a little bigger than me and I felt embarrassed and disappointed when we occasionally saw each other. I can only imagine how I would make him feel when he starts puberty and he thinks his penis is going to blow up to a huge Girth like his dad who has big condoms in the bathroom drawer. For all the dads that have sons in the house, how do you deal with this? I don\'t want him to feel small compared to his dad.
My dads dong was so big that he wore holes in the crotch of his tighty whities. I never saw it- but you didn\'t have to to get the idea. It looked like he was smuggling a baby elephant in his underwear. I got ZERO of those genetics. Do I think about it? Sure. But I wouldn\'t say it messed me up.
Oh wait, what site am I on? Maybe it DID mess me up !! You guys are better than a therapist.
ps- Detective Hoddle-- nailed it on Hardwick.
It\'s a legit question
The simple solution is to have a moderate amount so it\'s relatively unnoticeable, if I ever have it il just have 2 rounds of 10.
If you\'ve already had loads as Reset said just don\'t get it out I front of him.
That post was made a month after Jasonhardwick had deleted his account.
So you sound like Jasonhardwick and you seem very familiar with him despite discovering the forum after he left. Also you claim to have had 3 rounds of PMMA, before you\'d even heard of PB\'s, which sounds unlikely.
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