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a grower, not a shower

vulgar slang A penis that is small when flaccid but becomes substantially larger when erect. (A "shower" is a penis that is quite large when flaccid and does not grow much when erect.) He told me he was a grower, not a shower, and then proved it when we went home together!
See also: not, shower

grower

vulgar slang A penis that is small when flaccid but becomes substantially larger when erect. He told me he was a grower and then proved it when we went home together!

grower

n. a small flaccid penis that can become quite large. (Compare to shower.) He said his friend was a grower.
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