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About Muscleinatl

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    Atlanta, Georgia
  • This profile is a...
    real profile.
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  • What are your interests?
    Working out; growing; muscle sex and worshiping
  • What are you seeking?
    Other BB who can relate to how growth changes your outlook.
  • Favorite Bodybuilders
    So many out there. The competitive pros, of course, along with the crews at Muscle Hunks, Power Men, Muscle Matt, etc.
  • Got Any Fetishes?
    Muscles, sweat, worshipping and being worshipped.

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  1. I have to agree with @MuscleDaddyMark. It's the process of actually growing that keeps me going. While I'm not nearly as big as Mark, my continual growth is what keeps me going and what keeps me "high", or stoked about going to the gym. Because I haven't yet achieved my goals, I have to find satisfaction with working towards my goals. Like I pointed out, working towards my goals, and seeing results, it totally satisfying to me. As someone else pointed out in another thread, my goal is to keep growing. There is no magic weight or size for me. I feel that if I were to stop trying to grow, I will actually regress. If you're questioning your own purpose, @MuscleStrengthFreak, let me tell you that not only do you look fine as fuck, you probably can fuck whomever, wherever, and whenever you so desire. And you'll probably outlive us all. So that's why you do it. As for @muscledaddymark , fucking WOOF!
  2. Hot as hell, @CentralNJmuscle. You'll find as you mentally process it all that you will easily find another jacked bodybuilder for mutual worship.
  3. Well put. I'm not a really big guy, at least with regards to the big guys in the gym, but I do try to get every guy I'm with to go over my muscles first before they get to my cock. Hell, usually I'll make them back off of my cock and make them go back to my muscles. And like you pointed out, @Gaizer, you have to go for the guys who you can tell love to work out. They won't be competitive level, but they appreciate muscle, both theirs and yours. It's with these guys that I have the best time. The actual orgasm is an afterthought that you really aren't searching for, even though you're both hard as a rock.
  4. Yes, he's incredibly handsome. I wish he would bulk up, too. Then he'd be perfect.
  5. For me, it's changed me fundamentally in two distinct ways: physical and mental. My biggest hangup with sex prior to my beginning on my weight lifting journey was that I was not good enough to be naked in front of someone else. This feeling came about from relentless bullying during my formative years. With a changed body not only do I feel normal when naked, I also love the reaction when people see me naked for the first time. It's always something like, "Damn, I didn't know that you had all that under your clothes." The other way it's changed my sex life is physical. I have the stamina to go for long periods, knowing how to pull back from the edge of orgsasm. Sure, some of that is simply from practice, but I'm also able to stay hard fucking, yet remove my mind from the pleasures of my cock by flexing and thinking of the pleasures from lifting. Thinking of lifting removes me from immediate orgasm yet does not diminish one iota of my erection. As for the sex addiction part. Yes, my desire and need for release is high, so I find that I have to do a lot of releasing by myself. But this actually allows me to concentrate at work and not treat others simply as orifices for my cock.
  6. @dredlifter, @CentralNJmuscle, and @RosieWorships, all three of y'all really have made my day, or week, or even perhaps more. I know I identified as gay on this site when I registered, but as I have developed my body more and added on muscle, I find that my sexuality is determined more from the feedback that I get from the other person. And I've had some wild and fun times with the ladies, too, and it all starts from how the scenarios begin and how they progress. Even though you all haven't really expressed it in that way, what you all describe is how my mind thinks in this stage of my muscle growth. Thanks!
  7. I have always been in the camp that believes that it's the body, not the face, that determines the level of fun in the bedroom. Your gf sounds like top-level fun and hotness. If you ever decide to scratch that itch, find a top-level bodybuilder. You deserve no less.
  8. It sounds like you have a keeper, @CentralNJmuscle. I wish we were all so lucky. By the way, she also sounds hot as fuck!
  9. Muscleinatl


    As someone pointed out earlier, using non-american terminology when the story does not take place in the US makes the story more believable and does, indeed transport the reader to the other land, whether it be across the pond, across the Pacific, or north of the border. There are 4 major spelling categories to look out for: our vs or, as in colour vs color; re vs er, as in metre vs meter; the doubling of the letter L when adding suffixes, as in travelling vs traveling, and the use of s vs z as in analyse vs analyze. Then there are a few one-offs that make it interesting. Someone already pointed out defence vs defense. Practise and license are always verbs, and practice and licence are always nouns. It's storey when referring to the floor of a building. And there are more that the casual reader won't even notice. Oh, and it's stone without the s when plural. 1 stone = 14 pounds. 10 stone = 140 pounds.
  10. Muscleinatl


    Please, please, please continue to write in non-American English. I'm an American who loves to read stuff from the British Isles and Australia and New Zealand. I can even usually pick up when a writer is Canadian. I have an Oxford dictionary printed in England that I keep handy to look up words that are new to me. Believe me, there are a lot of Americans who share my affinity. We're sometimes referred to as Anglophiles. I wish that more Americans would open their eyes and see the beauty of the English language as it was meant to be written.
  11. Exactly. He's going to find that book of spells and curses and put the hex on his brother.
  12. I have to agree with @Welshyon this one. His point is that bodybuilding shows are not foreplay for muscle orgies, as a lot of us, including myself sometimes, fantasize about. While I have never competed, I had an ex who did; a lot. I've been back stage and have experienced the nervousness and tension in the room that you could cut with a knife. As for the situations that you've seen on film or in person when a guy looks like he's popping a boner, he's probably popped a Cealis pill to help with showing vascularity. As he flexes his groin area, his dick might rise up, but he's not feeling aroused. He's aware of it and grinning, but believe me, he's not thinking of sex. He's worried about whether or not the judges see his muscles popping.
  13. My guess is that you learn to control it, but you're controlling a more intense sensation. The skin of the sensitive parts of a circumcised penis is thicker and dryer, resulting in fewer nerve receptors than the corresponding skin of the uncircumcised penis.
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