Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Comfy, Healthy, and Functioning

It's the weirdest thing... Bright and sunny can turn into a downpour within an hour or so. The clouds rolled in with heavy winds and rain - and blew tiles off the roof. Monsoons are a bit of freaky nature.
I have to thank all you wonderful readers for the suggestions on Monday's post regarding briefs for the guy who prefers to dress "up."
The writer expressed his thanks:

"Hi Pat: GREAT to hear from you and thanks for your help in keeping the bf happily in place. And Stiffies is having a sale, even.  

I'll keep reading to see if your readers have more suggestions.


That's what Big Whack Attack is all about. Helping folks understand the workings of the male apparatus, to keep them comfy,


and functioning as intended.

Thank you Readers!


AOM SoulFood said...

Hey bro! Hope you are enjoying your day. Rain can be fun like in your first photo - too much - not so much without an ark. Glad your reader found his answer. I wish you a super bonerific day! Hug, Licks, and Strokes, AOM

mistress maddie said...

Well with your gifs, I can,see I can't read your blog at work anymore. Boing!

Patrick said...

Sorry to learn about your storm! Bright Sunny morning here! Off shortly for my six monthly check-up. Need to check in with the hearing people! And try to get some moneyback from my health fund!

SickoRicko said...

Ya know, I never new monsoons happened where you live. I like stormy weather but that would be a bit much.

Jean WM said...

Monsoons have hit the East Coast too. Going to get hit by flooding any day now because we are so close to the ocean and all the big rivers flow our way! Glad I'm not in any flood plain. I remember when our French Patrick got flooded. Hugs and bisous.

Jean WM said...

P.S. I was on and thought I would check "men's underwear" and wow, so many! But what I did find interesting, so many have a ton of reviews. So there are plenty to choose from, but you can also get feedback from people who wear them. (Some are hilarious.)

whkattk said...

@ Jean - Climate change? What climate change? We're hitting record temps here, heat warnings almost daily, Death Valley breaking records (again!). If this keeps up, where will we all go? Crowd into the mountains, I suppose. :-)