Thursday, January 25, 2018

"Hello, there!"

As Patrick points out in his comment to yesterday's post, even men who cannot seem to get an erection for sexual activity still, sometimes, wake up to morning wood.  Those will subside very quickly. 

But the body is doing its job of maintaining the Cavernosum tissue within the cock.


So, hail those morning boners with a cheery "Hello, there!" because they're keeping your cock healthy.

Under the Reading Is Sexy! category....
Released yesterday: Book 3 of the World of Deadheads series.

Nathan is a nice Southern Gentleman, living way beyond his years, and hiding out on a vast piece of land in West Virginia. Is anyone experiencing amnesia, by chance?

New characters, but the old gang is back, too. If you're watching The Assassination of Gianni Versace on FX, I should like to point out that the designer himself is in Book 2, Jenna's Gang of Deadheads, as well as this new one.

Available in print or digital right from the publisher, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or other fine bookstores.

Go on, click one of those links and buy a copy.
You know you want to, 
because Reading Is Sexy!


SickoRicko said...

Great post as usual!

mistress maddie said...

Funny comment about reading. When the lad is here, he always gets hot when I put on my maginfers glasses.

Xersex said...

If I wake up with an erection, it's because I was having an erotic dream!

Patrick said...

Congratulations to your friend on another book published! Great post as always! "AUSTRALIA DAY" here - a bit like your "4th July"! Having computer difficulties this morning - very, very humid here!

A French Patrick said...

I am late on what I have to do, but I have nevertheless a little bit of time for sending you a cheery "Hello, there!"
Have a great day my darlings Jean and Pat. Love, hugs and bisous.

sstax said...

Morning Wood is always the best for me as my cock really full and the head so sensitive and my balls are much bigger too.

Jean WM said...

Great post. Just reflecting on the last few posts, you really have to have a basic knowledge of how your body works first. (Do we get that education too early when it doesn’t really mean that much?). Then you can figure out if you are getting to the root cause of the problem or just trying to solve the symptoms. A smart doctor does this too. Hopefully you get matched up with one who does. But it’s also good to know when you haven’t. Hugs and Bisous.

whkattk said...

@ Jean - I think that is part of the trouble - that early Biology class doesn't teach us what we'll need to know 6, 16, or even 46 years later. Guess, like everything else, they guess we'll figure it out on our own when the time comes.