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Discussion in 'The Healthy Penis' started by spew, Aug 3, 2018.
anyone else like to spread their piss slit open and take pics? Heres mine, show us yours
I do. I got a set of sounds and have been stretching my piss slit. It feels awesome.
Here's my wide piss slit, and my pee-thru cock plug
from what I hear, I have a nice one
I'm just wondering ... do they not all look the same? I mean all shown here could as well be mine
Ich bekomme 18mm PenisPlug rein rein in meinen Meatus.
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I get inen 18mm PenisPlug purely in my Meatus.
Goodness no! Some are just a little round hole, some a big hole, some a slit. The slit may be short, medium, long, or from one side of the Glans clear over to the other side. Some are not on the glans at all but along the shaft or at the base of the shaft near the scrotum. goodness such a cornucopia of variety.
Nice idea. I love showing my piss slit on Skype. Spreading it open as wide as I can get it to allow my viewer to glimpse inside my penis. So hot! Circpenis on Skype if you want to see it.
Looks very dry
if that's your piss, you should see a doctor!
That is a little cum leaking out when I was real horny.
without even touching your cock. Man, must you have been horny!
From a curiosity/analytical P.O.V. - it almost looks like your slit was designed to be longer, but the two extreme edges didn't open up during gestation. Mine is very similar & I've long wondered about that.
@Geroguy When you have a strong pee stream - does it come out as a ribbon of pee & twist on it's way into the bowl/urinal?
I've wondered - if a slit opening is narrower than the urethra - does that cause the pee stream to twist?
Here's my piss slit
Precum flowing already ...
in your first photo I thought "what's in there?" (like looking at the opening of a cave when hiking). Picture 3 answered that for me.