Tight foreskin blowjob

Discussion in 'The Healthy Penis' started by hoodedwonder, Feb 19, 2012.

  1. hoodedwonder

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    Has anyone gone out with a guy who has phimosis, or a tight foreskin? Does it smell? A friend that I like says that he has phimosis - can't wash his dick, but it doesn't smell.

    Would this be true? Experiences, please.
     
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    Well I had phimosis however I was able to wash behind the head when I was soft.
     
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    I have a friend in Vancouver who has a long, tight foreskin that never retracts. Visually his penis is stunningly beautiful when erect (to me at least) and I've never detected any "smell" from him when I've blown him. I wouldn't have minded even some muskiness, but it just smelled like skin and tasted like penis. I did work my tongue in fairly far once and there was a faint tanginess behind the corona, but rather pleasant. He turned me on something fierce.

    Personally, I love blowing a clean phimskin. It's the height of masculinity.
     
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    I have, and no. No smell at all. Like darkbond said, it's usually still possible to wash when soft.
     
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    Some guys with phimosis are totally unable to retract, even when soft.
    These men produce no smegma. There is nothing to lubricate, because there are no moving parts. The head is still attached to the foreskin.
    Babies produce no smegma, until the foreskin starts to separate from the head.
    Then, they briefly produce a lot of it. I was four. I can remember it.
     
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