Broken Penis

Discussion in 'The Healthy Penis' started by Elastic, Jul 25, 2007.

  1. Elastic

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    What is a broken penis. Being that the dick in not brittle that sounds kind of wrong.

    I hear it's a tearing of a ligament.......but where is it. Is it in the penis or is it the one that connect the penis to the pubic bone?
     
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    It's broken when you break the penis bone. Or in latin the ossicus penis...
     
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    It's when you tear the ligament that connects the penis to the pubic bone.
     
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    All kidding aside, Elastic, a 'broken penis' is possible. Here is a link that explains one guy's problem quite well.
     
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    :biggrin1:

    See, I told you it's when the ossicum penis gets broken...:tongue:
     
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    Well if it's the ligament that connects to the bone then why is it that that guys bent upward? If anything it should go downward.
     
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