The movie I remember has this young guy saying “I can fix that” in a really sweet way, but it wasn’t The Blind Side. My friend says she doesn’t think holes is what we’re looking for either– anybody know?
It was from one of those movies where kids are stuck underground with no light or fresh air and they have to survive on just themselves until someone finds them – maybe you’ve seen Holes (which would make sense!)
The Cave (which wouldn’t make as much sense, but we’ll just go with it!) It ended up being the same movie.
It was “Crowbar – Book One: The Kids Must Die” and I had just finished reading it and knew that I would be having nightmares about this book for weeks to come.
The story follows seven friends who are on a school trip to the new cave that was recently opened. A new kid, whom they don’t really like, tagged along with them and after some wandering around in the dark, he runs into the group screaming “there’s light up ahead!” The others follow him excited about their discovery of this strange new cave.
As your boyfriend is going to fix himself, you might very well eliminate the need for him take action. His private parts are in an uncomfortable position and orientation due to a change in size or direction? Let’s make sure he knows next time.
Undress him in a way that you can quickly get to his genitals. You want to be able to see the crotch area that is changing size or shape, but also be able to cut away clothing easily. I recommend cutting off clothes with scissors for this reason.
With enough space around the area, go ahead and inspect it carefully. Look at the groin area from a distance and up close. Notice anything odd? Measure it, if you feel comfortable doing so.
Now that you have identified the size or shape change, what could account for this? It is very unusual to see changes in the penis without sexual excitement present.
Your friend is right…the line in the movie “Holes” that Sam says is very accurate.
There are holes! It’s that black boy who falls in love with the teacher. When he talks about his dad, it sounds like its from a movie; I recognize this phrase because of Fast Times at Ridgemont High when Spiccoli tells one kid not to worry after their car was wrecked and says “But my father has all these tool sets”
A lot happens during our lives but sometimes we forget how lucky or unlucky they were depending on how you look up your own story For instance if someone told me “I lost everything,” then obviously there would need more detail.
In the end, you are only human. You’ll never be perfect or able to do everything right all of the time- so what does that mean? It means there will always remain a part inside us which holds onto our desires for perfectionism and acceptance (whether it’s within ourselves or someone else). Even if we try really hard; life still has its way with us in ways both good AND bad – but this too shall pass eventually.