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Discussion in 'The Healthy Penis' started by Matthew, Dec 16, 2005.
Well? Am I?
Your on a support forum for guys with big dicks, who here IS normal??
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"....The trouble with normal is it always gets worse..."
Umm, no. You are not normal. Not at all. In fact, very far from it. So far from it that no matter which direction you go, you're still at the farthest point from being normal.
Now that we've resolved your dilemma, what about me? Am I normal?
Normal only means within what is expected such as around 80 percent of all guys are between 5 and 7 inches in erect length. So that is the norm. Some 10 percent are smaller and some 10 percent are larger. So most moist guys here are outside the normal range for penis length.
The word normal doesn't really mean right or wrong. Sometimes we want to be normal and not "pardon the pun and stick out in a crowd" and other times times the last thing we want to do is be normal.
It is normal to start puberty somewhere around age 12, most guys want to be normal. It is also normal for people past 80 to not live much longer and die. I really don't want to be normal when I reach age 80.
well, it's not normal to be normal, normally.
well I'll go ask Norm what normal is...what is normal these days btw ?
situation normal — all fucked (fouled) up
a contribution from Warner Bros. by Dr Suess's alter ego Theodore Geisel during WW2
But wait -- AM I NORMAL???
In what way?
i can make you normal.
Not the icky normalizing process that involves a bucket of soapy frogs and the wetsuit with the bottom cut out, is it?
I tried to be normal once...it didn't work.
yes, actually it is.
join the club.
Normalcy is highly overrated. Weird is good, and it forces people to lower their expectations.
Isn't that a Bonnie Raitt song?
I tried being normal once, too, but I just couldn't get into the routine.