ilovecali answered Thursday June 28 2007, 1:56 am: No its proven that for a man to suck his own dick you must remove a set of ribs from your rib cage in order to reach ...like everyone was suspicious cause Marylin Manson the weird singer got a set of his ribs from his rib cage removed so he could be "More flexible"..yearight....why don't you just like look at porn or try something else... [ ilovecali's advice column | Ask ilovecali A Question ]
orphans answered Tuesday June 26 2007, 5:05 pm: i used to be able to do this. it hurts your back like hell. i only did it like twice because of such. and it's kinda gay when you think about it. i mean sucking a dick even if it's your own is pretty homo. [ orphans's advice column | Ask orphans A Question ]
lbwhite89 answered Tuesday June 26 2007, 10:24 am: Yes, but auto-fellatio requires MAJOR flexibility. Here's some information on it:
"Most men do not possess sufficient penis length and/or flexibility to perform the necessary frontbend. However, increased flexibility achieved via gravity-assisted positions, and physical training such as gymnastics, contortion, or yoga may make it possible for some. There is a risk of developing stretch marks on the lower back due to the extreme frontbend, especially if one has not trained at this and spends a lot of time in any position without rest. American biologist Alfred Kinsey reported that fewer than 1% of men can successfully suck or lick their own penises."
hey789 answered Tuesday June 26 2007, 7:43 am: yep sure! its called auto-fellation. search that up on google to get some good answers. You have to balance on your neck with your feet against the wall and kind of push your lower body close to your face. [ hey789's advice column | Ask hey789 A Question ]
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