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Inkyoctopuss

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Help guys

I have lost my shortcut to the ultimate all in one girth/length exercise that was posted on this forum. I can't remember who it was by, maybe Stillwantmore, ancient china, red or supra.

Can anyone help??

The exercise involved ballooning, graping the base of your dick and holding it for 30 seconds, then performing a 10 second jelq and finalling doing another squeeze for 10 seconds. This is repeated 10-20 times
 
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Geez, I would swear people cant see the SEARCH feature. Is it invisible? Seriously? Maybe i have special goggles on that means only I can see it?
 

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Levista you got a pair too......I thought I was the only one......Holla
 
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To be frank with you levista i did have a search through supra's past posts using the search engine but as i didn't really have the time to sit and read all 500 of them I decided to ask someone for a little help if thats OK with you.

Happy reading!!!
 
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No offense intended Inkyoctopuss.
It's an ongoing gripe of mine when people start new threads rather than use the search, thereby pushing better, informative threads down the pages. If you did indeed make a stab at it I apologise. Supra is a hell of a posting machine lets face it.
 

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levista said:
Maybe i have special goggles on that means only I can see it?
Speaking of google, do they index the message board at all?
 
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My understanding of search engines is no they cannot index forums like this as the pages dont physically exist, but are generated "on the fly" each request by a user.

I just did a quick double check and this seems to be the case.
 

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