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    how hard is rock hard?
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    kjkhfklajdflkas posted:
    I read on <the hardness factor> that the healthiest state of an erected penis is as hard as an steel beam,I just wonder how hard that would be.When I get full erected( which would take some time ),when you touch it feels like rock,but when you press it you can feel the muscle moved a little inwards&#65292;so does a rock-hard very healthy penis really should feel like a rock when you press it?
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    gymrat44 responded:
    I'd say that when your penis is truly rock-hard you're not going to be thinking about evaluating it or measuring it -- you're just going to be thinking about using it!


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