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What a Great Experience this group has become. The kinship in Brotherhood. There is such a diverse range of topics. This is the place we can be as open as we want to be... Everyone is welcome to join, but it is not a place to Cruise. It's for sharing sexual questions and comments among men.
I think we may have covered this topic at some point in time but wanted to bring it up again. Most of us like some things about our physical beings and don't like other things. What 5 things do you like and about your body and what 5 things would you change?
I like my hair, eyes, overall proportions, testicles and legs.
I would change myself by adding a hairy chest, one inch to erect length, foreskin, a bit more muscle definition, a more constant smile (I tend to look serious)
As far as likes: I have a good head of hair even with the graying temples, good eyes, hairy chest, happy with my height, nice thickness to my penis
Things I'd like to change: I'll follow along with the crowd and say I'd like another inch in length when erect but I want it flaccid as well as I am definitely not a shower. Id like a bit better muscle definition which I am working on. I would like a bit more hair on my legs--sounds crazy I know but despite hairychest, legs have very light hair.
wvhillwilliam, Thank you for the compliment. you really made my day. My son took that photo of me at the beach. The sun and shadows really help to make me look perhaps a bit better than I am. I am proud of my body but have to tell you I work hard to keep it. I could easily gain weight if I didn't watch it daily.
Never a doubt in my ,mind as to why you are chosen for modeling. And yes, most of us have to work hard to keep from gaining weight. I know I need to workout at least three times a week or more at the gym.
wvhillwilliam, I believe each of us is given "gifts" or the potential to turn what we are given into something special. I recognized at age 19 when I needed more moeny to support my wife and baby that my body had potential and I started working to take care of it so I would be a good nude model. If I had been rich, I never would have experienced the joy I get from posing and I would likely be out of shape. I am thankful I came from humble beginnings because it caused me to take the paths and detours I have taken throughout life.
Greg, I have been reading these messages for quite some time, I do not have a lot of information to offer. But I will make a statement: I am of the opinion, that you should have the nomination for the "Father, Husband of the Year Award" You have made great strides in your life and have surely added very, very much to WebMD with all your various remarks and suggestions. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK. Bill
wvhillwilliam and stev1022, Thanks guys. I try my best, but I hardly qualify for husband of the year when I am a closeted bisexual who has cheated on his wife a few times. I do think I am a great Dad and beleive all four of my sons would agree.
BuddyFavor, I do not know how to start thae site but will participate if anyone figures it out.
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