30 August, 2007

"Enhancements"

I am a bit hesitant about posting this conversation and thought, but... here goes. 
 
*Content below may not be suitable for all audiences.
 
"What do you think about an extender?"
I roll my eyes.  How is it that I get myself into these conversations. 
"You are fine the way you are."
It is like I didn't say anything, "...and I already know what size to get.  About 2 inches."
 
For me, this is a pointless conversation.  He is going to do what he is going to do regardless.  This is not about anyone but him. 
 
What is it with men anyway?
 
Have they never considered that it is about quality not quantity? 
 
Or that good things can come in small packages?
 
Or that it is about chemistry, attraction, and connection more than about size?
 
Simply put, I am a naturalist - in that I mean that everything about my body is 100% natural - organic, home grown etc - that includes my faults and my assets. 
 
I like natural - the real thing.  Plastic and latex just don't work as well. 
 
I realize that I am an exception.  There are plenty of women and men who will do various things and buy numerous types of products to augment and enhance for  reasons I can not always comprehend. 
 
I am sure that there are great reasons for making things bigger.  I have considered a little breast reduction myself as although they are spectacular, they are also a bit of a pain from time to time.  But, in the end, I am content with what I have. 
 
I know that, in the end, he will get the extender.  He will try it a few times and then, it will be tossed aside because I think, in his heart of hearts, he is happy with what he has. 
 
It is the curiosity factor that has him under its spell.  How would it feel to have two more inches?
 
That is something I can understand - how would it feel to temporarily have a smaller chest, blond hair, a different nose, etc...

28 comments:

Wombat said...

This from the same species that produced E = m*(c*c)

Michael C said...

I prefer natural. That's just me. I also think that there are other things that make someone attractive such as beauty, personality and the chemistry you spoke of. But again, that's just me.

I wish there were 'enhancements' for personality and sense of humor as those are what what can make someone really, really attractive (to me).

Scotty said...

Natural. Just say no to people who want to be 'perfect'. Unique, thats what we all start as and what I like.

I have never heard of this Extender thing, what the heck is it?

Wombat said...

Give your buddy this link, EO, just for fun.

http://www.penissizelinks.com/

Somehow, a certain other, ahem, blog is linked there. Back when it was raunchy, I guess.

The Exception said...

Wombat - Stunning, isn't it. And yet, you guys keep life exciting and entertaining.

MC - Personality enhancements - now that is an idea. There is a pill for everything else these days.

And I agree - there is so much more than the physical appearance.

The Exception said...

Scotty - Natural wins the prize with me. I will assume that your lack of knowledge about such "enhancements" means that you do not need them.

The Exception said...

Wombat - I will pass it along but, now I am dying to know, why was that other blog linked there?

JustRun said...

I am apparently out of this whole loop as I've never even heard of such a... ummm... device.
I'd probably tell my friend to skip it- it kind of creeps me out that they even exist. I am very sheltered.

Michael C said...

Yes, there IS much more than physical appearance. It's just too bad so many people haven't realized it.

The Exception said...

Just Run - I am often thankful that I am not male as they come up with some amazing ideas - and I am happy that I am not privy to most of them.

MC - Why don't people get it? Why the need to try and be more than we are?

Michael C said...

Insecurity maybe? I mean I've dealt with low self-esteem at a point in my life but not to the extent I wanted to change myself. Perhaps it's our culture that puts so much emphasis on looks. It's pretty sad that a cosmetic procedure can make some people happier with who they are. Or at least they think it will...

DatingReallyBlows said...

Michael/Exception: There is a pill for "personality enhancements", it is called Prozac.

Scotty said...

Maybe thats it, or maybe it's just that it hasn't been advertised?

Previous comment of mine, is assuming 'work' is not for health associated reasons.

That being said, I just thought of something. Say a woman had breast cancer and has no more breasts. Would that justify getting 'work' done there?

The Exception said...

MC - All the more reason to ensure my daughter learns to be as confident as possible.

DRB - Yes, but that doesn't cure every personality flaw! ;)

Scotty - I believe that many women do replace them if they are removed. It is a personal preference. Not all, but some. If given the option, I wonder if they go larger than they were before?

Kathryn said...

this may be hypocritical of me being that I have had surgery myself (of the making smaller variety and it was more or less health concern related), but an extension? that is just wrong

in this case bigger is NOT better

Wombat said...

Because we offered cheap penis extensions.

It's a growing business.

The Exception said...

Kathryn - Couldn't agree with you more!

Wombat - bada bum

Trouble said...

You know, I have kind of been in the size matters camp for most of my life, but recently, I was with a guy who was not large...not at all. He was probably the 2nd smallest guy ever, in fact.

And yet, the way that he used what he had made him seem ALOT bigger. I enjoyed the sex with him way more than many other larger guys.

A lot of it has to do with creativity, the positions the guy uses, etc. I have become convinced it isn't the size that matters, it really is what you do with it.

The Exception said...

Trouble - Here Here!!! Listen up guys!

cathouse teri said...

I am of course, into being a natural woman. And I definitely like a natural man.

The Exception said...

Teri - Me too.

Mike said...

All natural please. I touch a lot of skin and if it isn't natural it feels weird. Also it would just be nice if people were happy with themselves.

The Exception said...

Mike - Hadn't considered the "touch" factor. I bet it does feel quite different.

guygm said...

err...

ummm.....

eh....

The Exception said...

GuyGM - Cat got your tongue?

AaroN said...

This guy is so discontent with the size of his wang, that he's willing to allow someone to CUT it, add some filler, all to make it longer?

Somehow, I think this is a case of the cure being worse than the disease...

Carrie said...

Hmmm... well... from my extraordinary limited experience - size helps, but doesn't always necessarily matter. I've had below average and above average... but in the end I am more concerned about the man attached to the part as supposed to the part itself. Because isn't that what it's really about?

Luckily for me, the ex was the one 'below average'. But that's not why we're no longer together - he's also crazy. Coincidence?

BeautifulDisaster said...

I think size matters more than we ladies like to admit. But that said, the greatest sex is in the intimacy, passion, and connection between two people. But if you could get those things AND size? Sounds like a win/win.