THE DIFFERENCE BETWEN SUMMER PENIS AND LION’S MANE PENIS IS, WELL, HUGE
One of the more surprising search terms to enlarge quickly is “Summer Penis,” which shouldn’t be confused with something very different; Summer Penis Syndrome, or Lion’s Mane Penis. The former is something every man will have in the warmer months, and isn’t something to worry about (though you may feel a bit let down when things get colder again outside. But men -especially younger men- do tend to spend more time thinking about their respective penises than is necessary or even slightly good for their own welfare. When things are working fine we shouldn’t take it for granted. But we shouldn’t be too obsessive with our third and likely peg leg, either.
SUMMER PENIS IS SIMPLY HOTTER TEMPERATURES MAKING SOME MEN THINK THEIR PENIS IS BIGGER (IT’S NOT)
So when it comes to Summer Penis, it’s pretty simple; when temperatures are hot, our penises look bigger. But for the most part, they really aren’t at all. There is a slight chance that an erection could be slightly larger. As in, slightly. But warm temperatures just make it a little easier for our capillaries to fill (engorge) with blood. Warmth makes for a more efficient erection, essentially. So if you’ve been thinking that product you ordered in June to make your penis larger worked, maybe think again and avoid masculine depression in the coming weeks.
LION’S MANE PENIS, OR SUMMER PENIS SYNDROME, IS TWO TO THREE WEEKS OF HELL
So what about summer penis syndrome, aka Lion’s Mane Penis? That’s a whole other ball of wax, and not something any man is capable of enjoying. It’s something that happens almost always in the summer months, and it involves your penis actually getting larger. But not good larger. Uncomfortable and even painful swelling larger. So why is it called Lion’s Mane Penis? Because of the swelling around your penis looking just like that, a lion’s mane. Well, or a donut, depending on your personal packaging down there. Summer Penis Syndrome is usually suffered by younger men. And the cause? Usually chigger bites on the penis itself, or maybe your penis getting exposed to poison ivy, sumac, or oak.
It lasts 2-3 weeks and involves a lot of itching. Personally, I’ll subscribe to the happy fiction of a larger, summerized penis for three months, and try to avoid the actual syndrome which sounds like no fun at all. Thank goodness summer is over!