guy commenting on other guys

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  1. dave2006

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    Have you ever been in a locker room setting where you heard guys either commenting about another guys endowment or lack of either to you or each other. In high school this one guy was nicknamed bull balls because they hung so low. But I mostly only experience this in college we had communal showers so everyone saw what you had. This one guy had to be 6 inches soft and would be called horse when ever he walked in the showers or changing naturally you could help bu look. Although he never seem bother by it. One guy said watch where you are swinging that thing when he was walking to the showers. If you didn't notice youself you would after all the jokes made in the locker room. Some guys were made jokes about the smaller guys but only after they left.

    As far as adult in locker room only twice have I heard guys comment and never out loud as oppose to my college years. One of my buddies who is straight and I had just finished a run and were using the showers which were communal. Afterward when we were drying off he said did you see the size of that one guy's cockhead. I had and it was huge even though he was soft but I would have never thought to comment on it. My only reply was he must go through alot of lube to get that thing in his wife.
     
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    Back in college and high school, I often heard guys make offensive comments about other men's endowments. They'd insult anybody smaller or larger than them.

    It was all about humiliation or penis envy.
     
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    In school, that's just a part of growing up.

    There's worse than that to growing up.

    In the adult world, if I heard such talk about another guy behind his back, I'd cancel my subscription, let the management know why and invite the dude to join me at the great gym I'd discovered.
     
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    I've never heard guys discuss another guy's dick. Who wants to admit that they were looking? That would raise a few eyebrows and suspicions about a guy's sexual orientation.
     
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    Hmm. Not sure how old you are but this sounds like something one of my friends would have said when they were younger.

    Most of my male friends are in their late 20s or 30s and the majority are straight. While dicks are definitely not a common topic of discussion, I don't think any of them would avoid it within appropriate context. They certainly wouldn't assume someone is gay (or worry that someone would think they were) simply because they acknowledged looking a penis.

    Several of my friends have commented on my or other friend's packages and/or cocks if they happen to see them, usually in a joking context. It could be that my friends are just really secure now that we're a little older, but if a dude with a massive cock is strolling around the locker room or in a porn it's going to get mentioned. Not necessarily in a salacious way, but acknowledged nonetheless. In fact I think we'd collectively be more suspect of someone intentionally avoiding it (or saying they didn't notice) if we all know damn well we saw the same thing than we would of someone saying, "Jesus, did you see the schlong on that guy?"
     
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    when i was in the navy it happend all day... people always commented on my dick, as well as others... wether u were hung or not. people had nick names, like mine was King-Ding-A-Ling and my friends nickname was Baby Dick McGee... i was on a submarine tho... only men and we were all pretty close, like brothers...
     
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    Oh, I think you can comment sometimes, but be sensitive to other people's feelings, and as to whether it helps them.

    Probably far better to be called a "horse" than a "pencil-dick," wouldn't we suppose?

    And if in doubt, perhaps say nothing. Probably in the past, it was easier to make comments, somebody at childhood summer camp gave me the compliment apparently, of having a "big dick." Yeah, that's probably useful information? But now people are too uptight about all the confused morality of the day, which has hurt things.

    I think mass showers should almost always be communal, as they are simply more efficient, and why should people be so ashamed and bashful about their bodies? Nudity and sexual, are not necessarily the same thing.
     
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    What's age got to do with it? It's just not something in my experience that guys talk about with each other. I think it's far more immature and childish to go around talking about other guys dicks, and call them names because of their size or lack thereof than to not talk about them at all.
     
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    I agree, calling somebody "needledick" or "horse" is immature. That wasn't the context I was talking about, it was not wanting to admit you looked and that doing so could call one's sexual orientation into question. In my experience neither is something that would cross my friends' minds. I think (and in some cases know) that it may have when they were younger, but now they just don't care. That's why I brought up age as a possible factor.
     
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    I think my all time favorite was years ago.....in a sauna, packed....I was on the back row as I have getting up to leave, my towel came untied and dropped, literally flashing most of the men..and due to the heat and moisture I was pretty solid (not hard but 'plump'.

    As I was walking out the door I heard a simple "daaaaaaaamn"...

    no idea who it came from...but next time at the gym I noticed several of the men checking me out... (mostly straight gym and not offended)
     
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    Yeah, this past summer I was part of a traveling team, we stopped in different cities every day. We all took showers together as most of the times we were sleeping in High school gyms. Some of the schools were pretty old so they had open showers.

    One day at a gas station, one guy just randomly joked "i wish i was as long as you" and the guys chimed in saying that they had noticed too and they were all laughing. We were all good friends so no harm no foul.
     
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    Commenting is one thing, insulting is another, even worse if behind a person's back.

    Jokes between friends are harmless and fun: I have been commented (how does it fit in a woman, don't step on that, could you borrow me a couple of centimtresetc..) but always with a friendly touch. I heard other friendly comments on other guys.

    Insults are childish and annoying, envy or empty head driven.
     
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