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Ask The Batemaster: Chris Pine’s Penis

It’s entirely possible that whoever told you he peed at a urinal next to a urinal Chris Pine was using…

QUESTION: Someone I know took a leak at a urinal next to Chris Pine at a film festival, and said his penis was awesome—large and really nicely shaped! Then I see this GIF from a new movie where he shows it all, for, like, a nanosec. No big deal–looks kinda ordinary. What gives? Do you think my friend lied?

RESPONSE: I’ve seen the GIF you mentioned, and indeed it is brief. Also, Mr. Pine is emerging vertically, upright, from what was apparently cold water. Despite the fact that a man’s genitals tend to contract significantly when cold circulates around them and around the man’s body, Mr. Pine displays admirable endowment and a nice natural bush. Part of what’s admirable about this willingness to share a glimpse of frontal male nudity, is that willingness itself. If the actor was determined to impress with his size, he would not have agreed to do this emerging from cold water, so it shows some perspective.

It’s entirely possible that whoever told you he peed at a urinal next to a urinal Chris Pine was using and observed the actor’s manhood with admiration and appreciation for its beautiful proportions and generous size told the truth. Mr. Pine’s Penis may very well have been not entirely flaccid, though any man’s penis is usually relatively flaccid while he pees. Likewise, at that time Mr. Pine might have recently stepped from a hot shower that relaxed those tissues anchored between the man’s athletic thighs. That would tend to expand it somewhat and allow it to hang heavier and longer.

Apparently, the film’s director, for the bio-pic concerning King Robert Bruce of Scotland, spoke with Chris Pine about doing a bit of frontal nudity to humanize the king as a character. Mr. Pine’s willingness is a fresh breeze, hopefully a harbinger of men relaxing further about sharing male nudity—and hopefully this will encourage more men to share their faces along with their penises.

Certainly, the tremendous elasticity of the human male penis, indeed it’s constant cyclic transformation in parallel with the lunar cycle, relates the male human body with natural rhythms that progress constantly between New and Full Moons. No more natural spiritual path exists for human males, than the actual celebration of our penises, both flaccid and erect. May we naturally celebrate the pure penis pleasure of men, in full enjoyment alone, and also with the possibility of men sharing masturbatory touch purely for the enjoyment of the physical pleasure.

Chris Pine deserves the gratitude of all men for his brave moment of full-frontal revelation. Indeed, all of humanity now has reason to be grateful to the man because he is every bit as human as the rest of the male animals of his species!

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A note from The Batemaster: I’m honored that the guys at Bateworld have asked me to respond to some questions from male masturbators around the world every week.

Always check with your doctor about any issues you might be experiencing with your sexual organs. Prompt diagnosis and treatment are important. This article’s purpose is to inform and entertain readers and is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment.<

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