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## 6.75 Nbpel

My goals are more based on percentages in population. My next goal is 6.75 NBPEL. In your opinion where would that get me? Top 25% maybe? My ultimate goal is top 10.

Pre-PE: BPEL 6.25" NBPEL 5.8" EG 5.75 " Now: BPEL 7" NBPEL 6.5" EG 5.95"

Final goal: BPEL 7.5" NBPEL 7" EG 6"

Sift through Invisibles thread. You’ll find a accurate answer to were 6.75nbp stands.

2005: 5.5 EL & 5.6 EG, FL: 4in > Now: 7.5 NBP & 6.1 MEG, 5.8 BG (Goal: MORE !)

Everytime I Visit Thunders, I Do 50 Kegels or More

I thought most of his information was based on BPEL.

Pre-PE: BPEL 6.25" NBPEL 5.8" EG 5.75 " Now: BPEL 7" NBPEL 6.5" EG 5.95"

Final goal: BPEL 7.5" NBPEL 7" EG 6"

O! You’re right. Well then, I would like to here opinions as well.

2005: 5.5 EL & 5.6 EG, FL: 4in > Now: 7.5 NBP & 6.1 MEG, 5.8 BG (Goal: MORE !)

Everytime I Visit Thunders, I Do 50 Kegels or More

Originally Posted by thecrow19
I thought most of his information was based on BPEL.

You do realize that if it holds for BP, it will hold for NBP as well, right?

For example, if we assume the Lifestyles data is NBP, then you are in the 86th percentile (assuming a normal distribution). If the data is BP instead of NBP, then 6.75” BP will be the 86th percentile and 6.75” NBP will be above this (likely at least the 90th percentile). If you want to compare this to the Kinsey data, then take a look at Kinsey Data. If we assume that it’s NBP, then you are in the 81th percentile, which is in rough agreement with the Lifestyles data. Furthermore, using either data source, 7” NBP would be enough to get you in the top 10%.

It will get you to the point where you’ll want 7” NBP.

Going for 6 inches of girth, wish me luck.

Are you sure that would work Invisible? What about the variable of fat pad difference? If you’re going to compare a NBP study to a BPEL study, shouldn’t the difference between fat pads in men be included? Doesn’t it skew the percentage accuracy? Plus, isn’t the Kinsey data a self-submitted BPEL study? Guys with huge fat pads could be reporting the same BPEL as someone with much less fat pad. It just seems like the direct comparison wouldn’t give you a fair guess at the percentile.

That’s true, wXL, but as rough approximation, the answer stands. Also, if you have a so thick fat-pad that makes difference with average fat-pad, it’s time to work on your whole body instead than only on your penis, agree? :)

I think your girth is going to swing you further up into the upper percentages. Per lifestyle data, you are in the upper 5%:

5.00” to 5.25” 9.9 %
5.25” to 5.50” 11.5 %
5.50” to 5.75” 3.0 %
5.75” to 6.00” 3.9 %
6.00” to 6.25” 0.5 %
6.25” to 6.50” 0.5 %
6.50” to 6.75” 0.1 %

Does anybody have a link to invisible's thread? I remember reading it but have no clue what keywords to search for.

Start: BPEL 6.5" BaseEG 5.0" MidEG 4.5" | Now: BPEL 7.0" BaseEG 5.75+" -- MidEG 5.0"

Isn’t in his signature?

Oh I thought there was a separate thread on this — I did not remember that it was in his progress log. If I find the specific post I will post a link.

Start: BPEL 6.5" BaseEG 5.0" MidEG 4.5" | Now: BPEL 7.0" BaseEG 5.75+" -- MidEG 5.0"

Originally Posted by wannabeXL
Are you sure that would work Invisible? What about the variable of fat pad difference? If you’re going to compare a NBP study to a BPEL study, shouldn’t the difference between fat pads in men be included? Doesn’t it skew the percentage accuracy? Plus, isn’t the Kinsey data a self-submitted BPEL study? Guys with huge fat pads could be reporting the same BPEL as someone with much less fat pad. It just seems like the direct comparison wouldn’t give you a fair guess at the percentile.

I was explaining a method that would give a lower bound to Thecrow19’s percentile regardless of whether the underlying studies are NBP or BP (we don’t know for sure which is the case). Read this again:

Originally Posted by Invisible
For example, if we assume the Lifestyles data is NBP, then you are in the 86th percentile (assuming a normal distribution). If the data is BP instead of NBP, then 6.75” BP will be the 86th percentile and 6.75” NBP will be above this (likely at least the 90th percentile). If you want to compare this to the Kinsey data, then take a look at Kinsey Data. If we assume that it’s NBP, then you are in the 81th percentile, which is in rough agreement with the Lifestyles data. Furthermore, using either data source, 7” NBP would be enough to get you in the top 10%.

If the data is BP, then 6.75” BP will be the 86th percentile and Thecrow19’s BP of 7.125” will put him above this percentile (93rd to be exact). If the data is NBP then his length will put him at the 86th percentile. In either case, we can conclude that his length puts him at least in the 86th percentile (assuming, of course, that normally distributed data is a good approximation).

Start: BPEL 6.5" BaseEG 5.0" MidEG 4.5" | Now: BPEL 7.0" BaseEG 5.75+" -- MidEG 5.0"

H’mm, kind of an interesting take on size studies stats by a hot Sex Advice columnist at a Men’s gadget, game, music, and movie reviews, and dating advice website.:

What’s the average penis size?
Dr Petra Boynton (Petra’s bio picture here - http://www.mansized.co.uk/authors/author.phtml/3 )

“Before you reach for the tape measure, it’s worth knowing that most sex researchers and therapists don’t trust these figures.

The reason? They’re based on measurements from laboratory studies where men knew they were participating in research to see how their knobs measured up.
This means guys who were worried about size were less likely to participate, whilst guys who thought they had big schlongs were more than happy to waggle them under researchers noses.

So most researchers, therapists and doctors suspect the 'average' penis size figures obtained in research (and widely quoted) are at least an inch larger than they should be. This is because research on penis size is skewed in favour of men who are happy to be measured.

That’s partly why you sometimes see a range of penis sizes given (as I did at the start of this answer) rather than the mean size, which is unreliable. If you really want a mean measurement then probably 5 inches when erect is more likely than 6 or 7 inches.”

Whole article is pretty good, at least I liked it. About three short pages — covers shower vs growers, size anxiety etc.

Start: BPEL 6.5" BaseEG 5.0" MidEG 4.5" | Now: BPEL 7.0" BaseEG 5.75+" -- MidEG 5.0"

That’s a pretty good article sta-kool. I think it’s a bit optimistic to say that average is closer to 5 inches then 6-7. They have a point that people with size hangups are less likely to take part and people who big cocks are more likely agree to it. But I don’t think that makes an inch difference, impossible to say of course but an inch is alot. I have always believed that the average is between 5.5-6. Unfortunately there has been no definitive study that is like the be all and end all and solve it once and for all, but it seems it’s always somewhere between 5.5-6.5. Either way, once your above 7 inches you can be happy that you are above average. She says that average girth is 4 inches is this all the other surveys say? It seems on the low side and for some reason I never payed attention to girth in them. In order for 4 to be average you need some that are 3 and some that are 5 to balance it out, but on this forum at least 3 inch girth is rare.

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