Keeping things warm in the winter

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Norman
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Time stretching?: 2 years 3 months
Stretching usage: WMCs
Your hang: up to 6". I've noticed them drop even more!
Stretching intensity: 15+30+15mm a lot of the time, 30mm 24/7.
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Height and weight: 67" 154 lbs
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Keeping things warm in the winter

Postby Norman » January 15th, 2012, 2:58 pm

As a newbie i am submitting these notes as might be informative to new stretchers, bring a wry smile o experienced stretchers and a laugh to all!

I have now passed day 21, the newness and soreness is passing. I am wearing these rings for several days at a time without removing them. I can clean them and my skin easily in the shower. It is nice to hear them clink as I dry myself!
Afterwards I dress them for the day ahead. Check to see that the rings are moving freely, I like to stretch the scrotum by pulling the rings apart and checking the skin. If all is well scrape some sheacoa butter from the jar and apply.
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Norman
Posts: 171
Joined: January 8th, 2012, 2:59 pm
Time stretching?: 2 years 3 months
Stretching usage: WMCs
Your hang: up to 6". I've noticed them drop even more!
Stretching intensity: 15+30+15mm a lot of the time, 30mm 24/7.
Your relationship status: Married (officially or otherwise)
Are you pierced?: No
Height and weight: 67" 154 lbs
age: 70
Location: UK

Re: Keeping things warm in the winter

Postby Norman » January 15th, 2012, 3:11 pm

One of Jarod's friends suggested this as a way to keep the skin constantly bathed in the butter. The method is good otherwise the lubrication just rubs off onto your clothing. I have found fitting a glove on for the first time make sure the testicles are into the bottom of the bag, then tie the two fingers together followed by the other two finally knotting the thumb at the base. Carefully cut off the fingers at the knot (if you need glasses I suggest you use them as you are close to items of great importance to you!). You wouldn't want to leave the forum would you?
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Norman
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Joined: January 8th, 2012, 2:59 pm
Time stretching?: 2 years 3 months
Stretching usage: WMCs
Your hang: up to 6". I've noticed them drop even more!
Stretching intensity: 15+30+15mm a lot of the time, 30mm 24/7.
Your relationship status: Married (officially or otherwise)
Are you pierced?: No
Height and weight: 67" 154 lbs
age: 70
Location: UK

Re: Keeping things warm in the winter

Postby Norman » January 15th, 2012, 3:19 pm

I am able to pull the cuff through the 40 mm ring and then fold it over( I don't know if I will be able to do this once I buy a set of WMCs), then I check to see if the ballsac stretches I add a few more scrapings of butter inside the bag (it melts on contact with the skin) massage the rest of the scrotum inside any other rings and under the foreskin.
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Norman
Posts: 171
Joined: January 8th, 2012, 2:59 pm
Time stretching?: 2 years 3 months
Stretching usage: WMCs
Your hang: up to 6". I've noticed them drop even more!
Stretching intensity: 15+30+15mm a lot of the time, 30mm 24/7.
Your relationship status: Married (officially or otherwise)
Are you pierced?: No
Height and weight: 67" 154 lbs
age: 70
Location: UK

Re: Keeping things warm in the winter

Postby Norman » January 15th, 2012, 3:34 pm

I like to walk 5 miles a day and this is good exercise for new hangers! A problem I have discovered is that my scrotum is pretty tight and if it gets cold on a walk everything tightens up painfully! Plus, your willy has suddenly been separated from his two lifelong friends by a large quantity of cold stainless steel! Again Jarod to the rescue. He mentions using an old sock to line steel rings. I decided to try and put 'my meat and two veg' into a bag made out of a sock. Rifling through my sock drawer I came upon a pair of footlets, the ones used in the summer when you don't want to wear socks and found that the ballsac and rings fitted into it nicely.
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Norman
Posts: 171
Joined: January 8th, 2012, 2:59 pm
Time stretching?: 2 years 3 months
Stretching usage: WMCs
Your hang: up to 6". I've noticed them drop even more!
Stretching intensity: 15+30+15mm a lot of the time, 30mm 24/7.
Your relationship status: Married (officially or otherwise)
Are you pierced?: No
Height and weight: 67" 154 lbs
age: 70
Location: UK

Re: Keeping things warm in the winter

Postby Norman » January 15th, 2012, 3:37 pm

Just turn the heel over your cock and voila!
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Norman
Posts: 171
Joined: January 8th, 2012, 2:59 pm
Time stretching?: 2 years 3 months
Stretching usage: WMCs
Your hang: up to 6". I've noticed them drop even more!
Stretching intensity: 15+30+15mm a lot of the time, 30mm 24/7.
Your relationship status: Married (officially or otherwise)
Are you pierced?: No
Height and weight: 67" 154 lbs
age: 70
Location: UK

Re: Keeping things warm in the winter

Postby Norman » January 15th, 2012, 3:44 pm

If I am going to develop 'hangers' then I need to let gravity take its course. So I have opted for loose pants(in this case thermal long johns with a 3/4 length leg. You won't win any fashion shows but you're warm, the package drops naturally down the leg allowing free movement. They are reasonably warm which keeps the scrotum loose allowing the weights to bear down on the testes and a good pull on the scrotum.
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Norman
Posts: 171
Joined: January 8th, 2012, 2:59 pm
Time stretching?: 2 years 3 months
Stretching usage: WMCs
Your hang: up to 6". I've noticed them drop even more!
Stretching intensity: 15+30+15mm a lot of the time, 30mm 24/7.
Your relationship status: Married (officially or otherwise)
Are you pierced?: No
Height and weight: 67" 154 lbs
age: 70
Location: UK

Re: Keeping things warm in the winter

Postby Norman » January 15th, 2012, 3:47 pm

If you should need to, the whole package can be pulled through.
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Norman
Posts: 171
Joined: January 8th, 2012, 2:59 pm
Time stretching?: 2 years 3 months
Stretching usage: WMCs
Your hang: up to 6". I've noticed them drop even more!
Stretching intensity: 15+30+15mm a lot of the time, 30mm 24/7.
Your relationship status: Married (officially or otherwise)
Are you pierced?: No
Height and weight: 67" 154 lbs
age: 70
Location: UK

Re: Keeping things warm in the winter

Postby Norman » January 15th, 2012, 3:55 pm

I have chosen a pair of trousers with generous cut in the ball area. Nobody else would know what is going on inside that fly, maybe a fellow ballstretcher could detect that quiet smile of pleasure on your face(?). It is very pleasant having a long walk and feeling the weights doing their job. Great! You can feel them every step you take.
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Re: Keeping things warm in the winter

Postby luvsthabear » February 15th, 2012, 7:56 pm

Very informative Norman. It's good to see the pictures with the different methods too. So Nitrile gloves...would you say that these work better than the sandwich bag method? Also, I'm a big fan of longjohns, so glad to see someone else that likes wearing them.
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Norman
Posts: 171
Joined: January 8th, 2012, 2:59 pm
Time stretching?: 2 years 3 months
Stretching usage: WMCs
Your hang: up to 6". I've noticed them drop even more!
Stretching intensity: 15+30+15mm a lot of the time, 30mm 24/7.
Your relationship status: Married (officially or otherwise)
Are you pierced?: No
Height and weight: 67" 154 lbs
age: 70
Location: UK

Re: Keeping things warm in the winter

Postby Norman » February 16th, 2012, 2:52 pm

I haven't tried the sandwich bag yet. I favour the glove as I keep them for handling chemicals. I don't recommend using latex as they can cause contact dermatitis; you wouldn't like that down there!
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