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Justinmiller13 posted:
Im so shy to have sex with my girlfrend. I think i have a small penis. Do you have some advice for me to have a bigger dick? Pls. I dont want to take medicine. Thanks to the one who can help me
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sluggo45692 responded:
Unless your 13 or 14 years old and haven't hit purbity, your at your adult penis size. Remember, the average penis size is 4.5 to 6 inch area. It's not the size that matters, it how you take care of business that matters. If a woman states she wants a bigger penis, then she's not the girl for you anyway. Foreplay is very important and if it's done right, penetration is what she wants. If your not knowledgeable in the art of sex, study and learn. There is a lot of information out there,but porn is not good referance material. Don't compare yourself with the guy in the movie who has a base ball bat size penis between his legs. Their the actors with a script. It's always easier to film something extra large then something normal sized. If she's a good girlfriend, then she'll tell you want she wants. My suggestion is shower together, clean up everything, then kiss her all over. Pay good attention to her and how she responds to you. She will suprise you. If she wants to have sex, then it's with you not just your penis. Good Luck
 
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An_252350 responded:
yes you can get the bigger penis size without getting any medicines, just you need to go through the given link and check out different products available
http://www.performanceinsiders.com


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