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Since pre-surgery men love to ask about extra inches gained thanks to weight loss...

Before surgery, I didn’t, um, “break.”

Now...I do. To the left, as it turns out.

This may just be due to the fact that I’m wearing pants where the crotch sits higher than it used to, but...yeah.

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1 hour ago, abefroman329 said:

Since pre-surgery men love to ask about extra inches gained thanks to weight loss...

Before surgery, I didn’t, um, “break.”

Now...I do. To the left, as it turns out.

This may just be due to the fact that I’m wearing pants where the crotch sits higher than it used to, but...yeah.

It's not called "break" it's called "Dressing" When a tailor asks you "what side you dress on", he's referring to what side your d**k falls to so they can give you a little extra room on that leg.

You'll notice this more, not because of the position of your inseam, but because the fat loss causes you to hang lower, since the penis is attached at the pubic mons with a tendon, as we get fatter, the fat in the pannis "swallows" your penis since that tendon keeps it firmly attached and prevents "growing with your gut". Think of it like a dock post, as the Water rises the dock post shrinks in visible size due to being anchored to the ocean floor. At a higher tide, the wind is going to affect the post less than at low tide. Same deal with your unit and gravity's effect on it.

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Yes, you are right, “break” is something else entirely.

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