There are many problems which come with having a slightly above average sized wiener. For one, my mood is harder to conceil. There’s a phrase which some people use, describing themselves as “wearing their heart on their sleeve” to imply that they’re open and honest about their feelings. I make myself even more vulnerable than that, for I wear my heart on my ding dong. Whereas you could fold your sleeve to hide your heart, if I were to fold (retract) my foreskin, it’d only leave me even more exposed, but that’s the life I live cuz that’s what I believe in. I wear short shorts and flexible, form-fitting undies when I think I can get away with it, so that my bulge is always available for anyone’s goose or gander. If I’m feeling excited for athletic challenges, my bulge will puff up and pulse a bit more, if I’m feeling lethargic then it’ll deflate a bit and lose some bounce. If I’m feeling grumpy, if I’m feeling nervous, if I’m feeling frustrated, stoic, confused, protected or helpless, happy or sad, or whatever else I might be feeling, it shows through my schlong for anyone confident and liberated enough to look at. Thus, it serves as a valuable cue reading resource for those that are less emotional astute, or simply feel uncomfortable by eye contact and reading faces, yet have an affinity to gaze or straightz at peewees. Unfortunately, American society tries to censor this resource, thus reducing the facilitation of communication, and thereby reducing a means for increasing peace by proxy.
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