As I proceed through the sixth decade of my life, I’ve got to thinking more and more about my willy.
|Courtesy of Ambro|
I’ve tried to recall the first time I contemplated my most valuable organ. One contender is an early memory of when my father announced at a family gathering that, within days of my birth, when my naked baby-body was held aloft for inspection, uncle Ronnie gasped and said, “Bloody hell, he’s well hung; that boy will never be the first out of the shower!”
I was definitely aware of my dangly bits at six years old when our teacher insisted that her pupils, comprising both boys and girls, change into their physical education gear in the classroom before proceeding to the gym. "Underpants and knickers must be removed” Mrs Fenwick would shout. Giggly and nervous, we all used our desks as shields as we shed our school uniforms and wriggled into our PE kits. I still recall the awkwardness at the prospect of a girl (God forbid!) glimpsing my willy while, at the same time, harbouring a stirring curiosity about the secrets residing under the desk of the blond girl sitting in front of me.
Speaking of PE, it was during one such session three years later that I learned about the ecstasy my willy could deliver. Half way up the climbing rope, my legs wrapped tightly around that rough, braided helix, a wondrous sensation spread from my loins. Eyes closed in rapture and, with chin crumpled against the rope, I hung there for as long as I dared, resembling a dog on heat humping its owner’s leg.
Then I entered the self-abuse phase. Between the ages of 12 and 14 my willy got more hand-hammer than a mechanic’s workbench. In my imagination I humped every girl in class, one by one on consecutive nights, even the big lass with yellow teeth and bad breath (although that one necessitated a southerly approach).
As an adult my willy seems to constantly demand attention, and I think about him every day. After showering I inspect him in the mirror, from several angles. I’ll be forever grateful to him for delivering the seeds that grew into my two beautiful children. In contrast, we’ve shared life’s most painful moments; the time I was struck full in the cockpit by a high-velocity cricket ball is particularly salient, as is the occasion I snagged my foreskin in the zip of my Levi jeans – I never went commando again after that mishap.
Apparently, three quarters of all men believe their willies to be smaller than average. I’m one of them. I soothe myself with platitudes. Size doesn’t matter, as the lady’s tingly bits are on the outside. And, of course, your own always looks smaller in comparison to others as you only ever view it from above. Plus, not forgetting the maxim that sex is 90% in the mind and 10% friction, so physicality doesn’t contribute significantly to carnal satisfaction. Am I convinced? No, not at all. So when I stand in front of the mirror my first wish to any fairy godmother that might be brave enough to stray into my bathroom would be to grant me the todger of a Viagra-fuelled donkey.
But I shouldn’t speak too harshly about my most valued appendage. On most occasions he has successfully stood to attention, proud and dandy, as and when required. I forgive him for the occasions when, like a balloon without helium, it has refused to rise, most notably with a cougar in 1978 - but she did possess talons for fingernails and was carefree about which bits of me she scrunched.
It might not be the biggest, but it’s mine. And although it sometimes seems to possess a mind of its own, inflating at inopportune moments - the vibrations associated with an internal combustion engine being a potent catalyst, resulting in some interesting moments on public transport - my willy and I have been intimately connected for 55 years. Barring any catastrophic accidents, it will be a partnership that will endure until I die, and that’s something to cherish.
The Chinese called him "Little brother" (Didi), which is exactly how you write about him. Shows that humans are all the same.ReplyDelete
"It's not small, I just think it is" is a line from one of the great movies of all time. I wish someone could go back in time and shag that cougar you let down.
That cougar was a frighteningly feisty lady!Delete
Fun post. I remember as a little boy telling my dad that i was upset my willie was so small, not nearly as big as his. He told me words I'll never forget. He said, "Son, never judge the size of a dog until it's all the way out of the doghouse. " Later, when my willie was all the way out of its doghouse I realized what he meant.ReplyDelete
More words of wisdom from your father. Perhaps you could consider a book or article containing his sound advice?Delete
Uh, Mrs. Fenwick sounds kinda creepy!ReplyDelete
I don't recall thinking so at the time. Underwear had to be removed before PE for hygiene reasons (so as to prevent us sitting in sweaty pants all day) and there was no changing facility at the infant school. But looking back on it maybe she was a pervert!Delete
What a love affair you have with your willy. I do hope you two never part ways. :) Well done (and it speaks so well for most of us, lol).ReplyDelete
Oh Richard, it's like a Mills & Boon story! Thanks for reading and taking the time to comment.Delete
SIXTH decade???? I'm 56, so...you're right.ReplyDelete
Well, now, ain't I depressed?
BTW, I had a similar experience that you had with the rope. Except, I was on the monkeybars. I had NO IDEA what was happening, but I liked it.ReplyDelete
I stayed in that playground until dark.
I bet you resembled a limpet fused to a rock!!Delete
They had to pry me off that thing with a crowbar.Delete
Love your story about the rope against your willy. I have some stories as well, but I'm far too bashful to share them, hahaha!ReplyDelete
The antidote for bashfulness, Marcia, is to consume two bottles of Rioja before writing!Delete
Just wanted to stop by again, to say thanks for your comment on my last blog post! You said your advice wasn't worth much, but it really helped me put things into perspective and realize that I am not relocating to a new planet and that this isn't a life-or-death situation. I got the job, and I leave next Friday! Still feeling a little sad about leaving, but really excited for the future.ReplyDelete
Delighted to hear that my rambling comment was helpful and that you succeeded in your job application. I appreciate you dropping by and I wish you contentment as you enter a new chapter of your life.Delete
We got changed for PE in seperate areas for boys and girls. It sounds more private, but the areas were at the edge of the open plan building and were just between the rails where we hung our coats. They boys couldn't see out still flat chests, but our red faces and everything below the waist was on show.ReplyDelete
Patsy, your PE changing arrangements sound a bit weird - no exposure of (flat) chests but everything else on show! I appreciate you dropping in on my humor blog.Delete
PS I don't often write tributes to my willy!!
I've shed a few tears. That...that was beautiful, sir.ReplyDelete
I feel my willy is now in dire need of an ode or a rap verse!
Yes, Daniel, the connection between a man and his willy is a deeply emotional one.Delete
My willy is my best friend. He is also has a nickname. Buster McThunderstick!ReplyDelete
Long live Buster McThunderstick! Bless him and all who sail on him!Delete