I did last Friday but not today. Keeping it a now-and-then thing helps keep the excitement in it.
A couple of months ago I had a freeballing Friday and when I was getting dressed at the gym after my work-out my penis surprised me by slipping down the right pantleg of my jeans instead of finding its usual place in the left pantleg. The right pantleg bit was unusually fun in that my penis had to bend slightly to get in there and was constantly being rubbed by the fly-placket of my button-fly jeans, making me aware of his presence constantly. By mid-day he migrated into his usual place which on the whole seemed more comfortable for both of us.
Always amazed how he seems to have a mind of his own!
manhood should be enjoyed, not proven -- gymrat44
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Another Friday has roled around. How many of you guys are freeballing. Let's hear from you.
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