Pretty much every lad, at some stage (or many stages, or every stage) of his life, has popped the cork too early.

Premature ejaculation occurs when a man shoots his load sooner than expected, about one to three minutes, according to Medical Journal. About 30 percent of us suffer from it, so don't be shy because you're in good company.

For some of us, counting up to 60 and still not splattering custard is an achievement in itself!


After an awkward 'aaahhhhh... sorry love', and then a 'give me half an hour', perhaps performance can be enhanced during round two. But wouldn't it be awesome if, in the first instance, you could keep at it like a stallion?

In fact, we may have some good news for you (to tell your mate). Like all modern day problems in the first world, there seems to be an app for everything. And staving off spaffing before your sausage has barely come out is no exception.

If you tend to always be the one who hits the finish line before your partner, just relax. Maybe Pea can help.

Created by self-confessed early nut buster Brennen Belich, the app was designed with people like him in mind. He was 23-years-old when he decided he wanted to last just that little bit longer.

Brennen's app was made to be more like a game. Bit like soggy biscuit but without quite as much shame. The app's virtual sexual therapist guides users through kegel exercises, arousal control and masturbation training. Effectively, it will teach you how to be able to wank with more self-control which, in turn, should also help in the bedroom, or kitchen, shed, car, or morgue.

Image credit: Get Pea

Image credit: Get Pea

"Just think of it like training for a race," Brennen told Product Hunt. "If you want to be able to run for 30 minutes straight, you wouldn't train by sprinting for two minutes, getting tired, and giving up." You would if you were Paula Radcliffe.

For more information on it, you better damn well purchase the app.

I'm off to start my training. Problem solved.

Featured image credit: PA

Hamish Kilburn

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