Oversized knob

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by phallusprong, Jul 11, 2006.

  1. phallusprong

    phallusprong New Member

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    Hello All LSPG'ers.

    Let me introduce myself: I am 5' 6" tall and weigh 11 plus stone. I am widowed, very recently. For this past 6 years, I have become extremely horny, and have been using a standard penis enlarger pump. Only recently have I become aware, ot the incresed growth in thickness, most boticeable in the head area. It is now bigger than it has ever been. Not so bad, when I consider, that in a couple of weeks time, I will be 76 years young. Phallusprong.
     
  2. chicagosam

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    Sorry about your recent loss. Please accept my condolences. Welcome to LPSG, oh young 76er! We can always use a Phalllusprong here! Enjoy the site!
     
  3. basque9

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    Welcome guy! You only have a few years on me and my cock is a work in progress too! I find that a guy can do whatever he sets his mind to do at any age! Here's to many more great erections! Enjoy LPSG!:wink:
     
  4. serviceman1965

    serviceman1965 New Member

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    Please explain "11 plus stone."
     
  5. HotBulge

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    It's an old English expression used to express weight:

    From wikipedia:
    The stone is a unit of mass in the Imperial system of weights and measures used in the United Kingdom, and formerly used in Ireland and most Commonwealth countries. It is equal to 14 pounds avoirdupois, or 6.35029318 kilograms. 8 stone make a hundredweight in the Imperial system. The plural form of "stone" is usually also "stone", though "stones" is sometimes used.A

    So 11* 14 = 154 lbs.
     
  6. Pecker

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    Welcome, phallusprong.
     
  7. VixPix

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    Old English indeed!! Ye cheekiest of buggers - I shalt hath thy tongue* for that!

    {grumbles about the bloody Colonials}

    :biggrin1:

    *Please


    {{Edit}} Oops, and Welcome, Phallusprong! {{/edit}}
     
  8. Big Del

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    Welcome to the LPSG!

    I understand stones but forgive those who deal in pounds or kilos
     
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