My grandmother used to tell me to believe none of what I hear, half of what I see, and all that I feel. I had no idea at 8 or 9 years old that this could be applied to the dick! There is something so anxious about getting to the point where you’re going to get the dick—you don’t know what to expect! Is it circumcised or not? Is it short and fat, or long and thin? Could it be long AND fat?! Is the head mushroomed or is there a build up from head to base? Does he want the head sloppy? Will he ooze or squirt? Does he cum a heavy load or just a tad? Will he want to cuddle afterward or run to his car?! There are so many complexities involved in the journey to getting the D that it can be overwhelming if you let it. The most intense question we are most nervous about, really, is if it’s going to be good dick or a waste of time. At some point you have to worry about your numbers (how many dicks you’ve had) and you don’t want to get your body count up for some sex that isn’t worth it! Sometimes stumbling across good sex can seem like finding a needle in the ocean (fuck a haystack), but the signs of who is in possession of the sex you’ve been needing are always right under your nose.
1. Men with good dick don’t have to sell it
Ever have a man who just wants to talk about how great his sex is and how he is going to transform your views of sex with his ‘magic stick’? Nine times out of ten the dick is trash, rubbish, garbage… and any other form of the term. I can’t tell you the times I have endured conversations that sold me the world on the head of a penis and only left me with feelings of regret and the burden of finding someone to finish the job. Actions will trample any words that you can form to sell a dream. Put up or shut up could definitely be applied to this area of life.
This is where believing none of what you hear comes into play. A person can tell you they have a beach house in Little Rock for you, but when it’s time to bring you to visit it’s impossible for them to keep up the lie. There is nothing better than the element of surprise when it comes to the D! Going in blind and having your world rocked is like riding a new attraction at a theme park. There is no need for the advertising when the experience reaps more advertising for your stroke game. Eventually, the truth will come out in the wash and the embarrassment from giving trash dick will be intensified by the fact you pumped it up and put it on a pedestal. If you’re barely splitting the rim when you slide in or you don’t make good use of the space you’re filling—stop perpetuating lies. To all the silent killers out there— hey big head.
2. He’s short….
I know this sounds insane, or you’re out there thinking, “What the hell is he talking about?” I’m not going to divulge how high (or low) my number is, but rather in the midst of that total, have been experiences of all sorts. If my number was 20 it’s safe to say that eight of them have been on the shorter side of the male height spectrum… Each of the 8 have delivered what the doctor was prescribing, if you can catch my drift. Maybe it has something to do with the force of gravity being closer to the point of interest pulling at it intensely and constantly. Either way it goes, what I’m saying is if a short guy approaches you for the beef cake—TAKE IT! I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been let down by someone who was tall and had the look and smell of great sex all over them—but nope. Remember, half of what you see…
Many people won’t give short guys the time of day. Where this idea that height and masculinity (or height and sexiness for that matter) are on similar parallels came from I’m not sure, but that just means there’s more short boys out there running around with Mandingo barely above the ground. I thought that maybe I was crazy until I conferred with a few other friends who have encountered this phenomenon and they reassured me that I indeed had a point. No, not every short boy is walking around taking steps around a baby leg, but you have more chances of a hit than a miss when it all boils down. BIG things come in small packages. If you haven’t tried it do it…. You’ll be back to thank me later.
3. He knows just how to touch you
There is no denying that sometimes the most subtle touch can send you over the edge when delivered from the right person. Having someone that knows the places to touch you is key to ensuring your orgasm is meaningful and more passionate. Touch is an amazing sense that can take the body on a journey down the road less traveled. Sensuality is extremely important so if he can couple touch with good dick then he has just sealed the fate of the orgasm. So many men think that just ramming dick in and out of you makes for good sex, but this is the furthest thing from the truth. Knowing how to turn your partner on without dick can even make getting little dick enjoyable.
A pinch of the nipple, a close grab of the waist, choking/gagging, spanking, back scratching, and hair pulling can all intensify the feelings of sex. The art of sexual touch isn’t a skill mastered by all artists, but those who perfect it reap great benefits from their partners. There is nothing you won’t do for a partner that knows all the right things to do to your body! Find someone who knows how to stimulate your pleasure sensors with more than just dick. Knowing how to touch your partner with the intensity and passion that turns them on can only work in your favor, because we believe all of what we feel!
Good dick is the main mission of all those hook up’s, random dinner dates, and late night Netflix ‘n Chill sessions. Next time you’re on the brink of getting some dick see if any of these three factors are present (the hear, see, feel checklist.) If they are then you can remain more at ease with the possibility that good dick will soon become a part of your body count story and give you something else to be thankful for on Thanksgiving… although good dick should be celebrated daily!
About The Author: Kris Welcome
Kris Welcome is a writer based in Los Angeles, CA. Currently, he serves as a copywriter where he manages several blogs, including Pics Of Men, Gay Hub, and Big Cam Tube. Kris is from Texas and has lived in California since 2014. Mr. Welcome has been a writer as long as he can remember and has worked to derive a writing style that’s versatile and rounded, but still reflective of one voice.
Kris has a BA in Communication with minor concentration in journalism from Texas Southern University and a MFA in Producing for TV/Film from New York Film Academy-Burbank. He has written for The Voice of Southwest Louisiana, BallerAlert, and Curb Networks, among others. Soul food enthusiast. Southern gentleman. Beach bum. Pisces. Guy with the Afro.