Tenting

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    Do you ever see well-endowed guys tenting as they walk around ? Or maybe it happens to you ? They get hard and it remains horizontal for whatever reason, seeming to be thrusting forward and causing strong tension lines in their trousers, jeans, shorts or swimming gear and forming a huge tent. Perhaps they want to show off how much they have, how long and thick it is, but on other occasions it's just an erection that they cannot manage to fix to be more comfortable and less noticeable. Got any pics or any stories on this theme ? rbrum
     
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    Yep, happens to me. I do my best to conceal it, trying to stick my hands in my pockets and use my fingers to hold it down, but that doesn't always work.

    I got a semi last week at the gym, I was wearing the nylon track-style pants and boxers underneath. There was a good lookin girl there so I didn't do much to conceal it.:tongue:
     
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    Maybe it doesn't tent so bad, if it is allowed to snake down one's leg?
     
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    I wear boxers, and most of the time it works fine. If I get a semi, no problem; it just elongates on the right side of my leg. If I get a full boner, it lifts up and it's very obvious.
     
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    With so many people now in the world, hardons must be more common than we might imagine?

    But a semi feels very good, so is it hard to keep it from quickly "boning up?"

    I used to get "logs" down my pants leg, in class, during puberty, until I started getting some control with age.

    Generally in school, nobody would much say anything or seem to care, but I think a few people must have noticed, for I found a condom on my desk one day, and some guy asked me some day later or something, how long it gets when hard. I was embarrassed to answer, so he pointed on a ruler, and when he got to 7 inches, I said yeah, only he was to 8 inches by then, and he seemed to believe it. Yeah, must be hard to do those "mental" calculations of bulge size.

    I saw some other guy with a bulge thrusting up under his zipper, but either nobody else noticed, or more likely, they wouldn't let on that they noticed. That's what happens when you are trapped in class all day, going through puberty. Sometimes that penis just can't relax and get a bit excited. I think often people don't say anything, because it happens to them too, and they don't want anybody making a big deal either. And were they to say anything, the "show" might go away so they can't sneak a peek anymore?

    And then, it's not always so obvious as people imagine, as people do tend to "mind their own business," and they don't feel it, like the person would having the erection.
     
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    It happens to me in dress pants. I used to work in an office with mostly women and I'd catch women looking directly at the crotch area. It's not the attention that I want at work. I'll try to wear tight briefs and they give me major wood. After a while I'll just say "fuck it" and if I'm tenting so what. Men do have penises and it is there like breasts on women.
     
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    So you would have less problem with it, if you wore unrestrictive boxers?

    I always wear boxers, to work and everywhere.
     
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    Tenting is a natural human event.

    As you get older you wish you would pitch more of them. Just look at the abundance of Virgra Ads on TV.
     
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    Generally, I don't much care for the rude Viagra-sort ads. And what's "up" with all the suggestive analogies? The up-business graph. The guy with the stupid happy smirk, with a garden hose flowing a stream of water upwards?

    What? Are we stupid? We don't know what a good erection looks like?

    Too much like nasty contraception, they keep advertising that we need to "medicate" sex. Why can't such things as human sex within marriage, and pregnancy and fertility, be more natural like how they were meant to be enjoyed?

    Always somebody trying to sell us some worthless junk to make a fast buck.

    On the TV show Rosanne, on one episode, they "discover" that erections are normal, even natural to "tent up." When her TV boy got an erection on the school bus, school buses being something like "vibrators" that just won't stop. I agree, it's natural, and to be expected, that some guys going through puberty, are going to "tent up," especially now that we coup so many people up in crowded, and sometimes boring, co-ed school classrooms all day, rather than run around outside like how young people did back in frontier times, where they could disappear for a while, and never be missed.

    So proper modesty and civility then, suggests that we simply ignore such natural "tents," as many people already seem to do.
     
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