Xulf

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I have made a couple posts but have not really been involved in the forum as much as i should have, so I have decided to make myself known and contribute more.

To start I am not a newbie , I have pretty much been a lurker for the past 10/11 months (had some names on other forums, but rarely posted, pretty much just absorbed all the information). I did Penis Enlargement for about 4 months and saw some good gains, but ended up getting some false results b/c i changed my length measuring from EBP to flaccid stretch in the middle of it. So at this point I don't really know when i changed it or how I initially measured, so my "true" beginning stats are kind of a mystery to me.

I quit Penis Enlargement for awhile b/c my life got very busy with a move included in there, but now I'm back to get some more gains. I'm currenty at 8 EBP and 6.0 girth. NBP I'm at 7.25. My goal is to get to 8+ NPB before all is said and done. I'm pretty comfortable w/ my girth and I'm not really going to hit it much at this point (may change after getting into it) but will of course gladly take any that I get :)

After seeing Supras very nice pics of his lowered balls, i think that is something I'm also going to go after.

At this point, I'm going for all length so my routine basically consists of all hanging and some manual stretching . I made a Captains Wench 2 days ago and am absolutely loving it. It is much more comfortable than the rudimentary device i had made on my own.

So there you have it, thats a very brief synopsis of me, and my situation
 

JesterX

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yes i just got out of lurking mode and have got some pretty good advice
 
Its good to see that you're no longer lurking. I too have recently began posting here. Good luck man!
 

DLD

doublelongdaddy
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Originally posted by crzy_young_gun
Its good to see that you're no longer lurking. I too have recently began posting here. Good luck man!
I have noticed! I think you will be very happy you have!

Originally posted by some1one
yes i just got out of lurking mode and have got some pretty good advice
...and this is this is one of the best reasons to get involved. When you let yourself be known you allow yourself to get help.
 

Xulf

Member
Honestly, getting out of lurking is something I have wanted to do for awhile, but just hadn't. I finally took the leap and here we are.

I think there are a fair amount of reasons as to why people lurk, and the longer you do it, the harder it is to get out of.

I mean, by typing your first post, you open yourself up and become much more vulnerable. You no longer can sit back and relax and just absorb information. You now are a member of a forum, you must actually work to let people know your personality, your knowledge, your questions, why you are here and so on. It actually takes time and some work and for some people it's hard to take that step.

As for me, it took me a long time. I registered this name awhile ago, made 1 or 2 posts and kind of stopped b/c of an incidence at thunders where I made a recommendation and was basically belittled by the guy i was talking to b/c i was a 'newbie ' since i only had one post (I realize it was not at this forum, but got me flustered none the less). People automatically rank you as a newbie or a veteran or whatever else by how many posts you have. Its hard if you have been lurking for a long while (and know just as much or more than 75-90% of the people on the forum) to go through the whole newbie hazing stage.

It is also difficult for long time lurkers to come out b/c we feel like we already "know" a lot of the posters. We have been reading all of your posts and know your views, your knowledge, how you interact and a lot of other information about you. We come into this feeling like the little brother who tags along with the big brother and his friends to the movies.

So to you lurkers out there, if you have lurked for a long time like me, come out of the woodwork and contribute . Think how helpful you will be to the rookies of Penis Enlargement...if you would have had the knowledge base you have now when you started, think how much easier things would have come to you.

For you rookie lurkers, get involved. ASK QUESTIONS! Don't be stubborn and think you can figure everything out. There are many people who have been doing this for years and you now have the opportunity to not make the same mistakes as them.

And to you veteran posters...just remember to be kind to those who are posting. It takes some balls to get started and kindness only kindles our willingness to contribute

-X
 
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wow your right about the newbie thing, that must be hard

well as long as you make some really intelligent first posts, stick to it, and make yourself known, noone will look down at you as a newb
 
Originally posted by Xulf
Honestly, getting out of lurking is something I have wanted to do for awhile, but just hadn't. I finally took the leap and here we are.

For you rookie lurkers, get involved. ASK QUESTIONS! Don't be stubborn and think you can figure everything out. There are many people who have been doing this for years and you now have the opportunity to not make the same mistakes as them.

And to you veteran posters...just remember to be kind to those who are posting. It takes some balls to get started and kindness only kindles our willingness to contribute

-X
As I read your post I found myself nodding my head in agreement.

You're a good writer, Xulf. Thanks.

(What does your name stem from?)
 
Originally posted by doublelongdaddy
Newbies are the Gurus of tomorrow.
wow,choice words dld.i registered almost as soon as MOS started and posted a little bit.i think around 27 posts before i got preoccupied with other stuff in life and neglected to come here and stuff.but i didnt dare forget the url :p
anyways i got to thinking about it long and hard and figured that id end up forsaking my workouts over and over again if i didnt come here and just post regularly.it kinda motivates you when you dont feel like working out and come here and read what others are doing.i know myself,if i miss a workout and then come here and read about peoples gains and hardwork,it depresses me(something i cant slip into again)so i figured theres no negative/downside to coming and posting on a consistent basis.plus you make alot of friends and as you see,no one here puts you down for being a newbie .hell,id done some p.e way before i even found thunders and before MOS even started.but i really started learning alot when i migrated to MOS from thunders.this is a more comfortable environment to ask questions and learn :)
 

Xulf

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Originally posted by davidwh
As I read your post I found myself nodding my head in agreement.

You're a good writer, Xulf. Thanks.

(What does your name stem from?)
Thanks for the compliment davidwh, I aim to please:p

My name stems from a variation of a name I use to use back in the day for on-line gaming.
 

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