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MAN SAW OTHERS ‘KKJ’ SIZE IN TOILET, FINDS OUT HE IS SMALL

I remember the first time I saw another man’s ‘kkj’ in the men’s restroom.

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I was in the late teens and had just gone to the restroom to pee. I hadn’t experienced this before, so I was a bit shocked.

I had never seen another man’s ‘kkj’ before, so I was curious to see what his size was. I looked over and saw that he was much larger than me.

He was probably close to six inches long, while I was closer to three and a half. I immediately felt insecure and embarrassed.

I had always been aware of my size and felt like I was smaller than most other guys. But this was the first time I had actually seen the size difference. It was a stark contrast and I couldn’t help but feel inadequate.

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I was so embarrassed that I quickly finished my business and left the restroom.

I tried to forget the incident, but it kept coming back to me. I wondered why I was smaller and why I was lacking in this area.

I started to do research on ‘kkj’ size and I was surprised to find out that the average ‘kkj’ size was much smaller than the man I had seen in the restroom.

This made me feel a bit better, but I still felt self-conscious about my size.

I started to take steps to try and increase my size. I tried different exercises and even supplements, but none of them seemed to work. I was frustrated and felt like I was wasting my time.

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Eventually, I decided to just accept my size. I realized that ‘kkj’ size doesn’t really matter and that I shouldn’t let it affect my self-esteem.

I learned to be confident and not let the size of my ‘kkj’ define me.

I’m glad I eventually came to this realization. I’m at peace with my ‘kkj’ size and no longer feel insecure about it.

I don’t let the size of another man’s ‘kkj’ make me feel inferior.

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