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8x6 is actually twice as big as the average!!??

Originally Posted by travkungen
I think you mean 180 cc, 180 cl is 1.8 litres. That makes a very big penis, correct me if I’m wrong.

Haha, you are totally correct. I feel kind of stupid now…

Originally Posted by Photon
I just got reminded of how important girth is. If you take the average sized penis (6x5) and compare that to the dream size of many (8x6), you may think it’s only a matter of 2inches in length and 1inch in girth, and not so much really. But if you do some counting, you will find out that a 6x5 has a volume of 180cl (60,8oz) and a 8x6 penis has the volume of 362cl!(122,4oz). Thats more than twice as big! Even I who has penis thats 7,5 inches EL and 5,3 EG, and might feel deceivingly close to 8x6, is actually 40% smaller!! It’s crazy!!
Damned be all the 8x6s!

Yeah but doubling the volume isn’t as hard as doubling both your length and girth which would be like quadrupling or like x10 which some day I’ll reach!

Can see the day I have a 8X6. Get bigger you lil motherfucker.

bigger-8inchM!

Originally Posted by Photon
Haha, you are totally correct. I feel kind of stupid now..

Don’t do that, the metric system is not that easy, for me it’s so to say in the blood.

Originally Posted by travkungen

Don’t do that, the metric system is not that easy, for me it’s so to say in the blood.

Det är det för mig också….

For some reason I got the idea that one cm3 is equal to one cl.

Originally Posted by travkungen

Don’t do that, the metric system is not that easy, for me it’s so to say in the blood.

Actually, metric system is a lot more easier, simpler and practical than imperial. :)


Start • 5.94''x4.92''

Now • 6.50''x4.96''

Goal • 7.00''x5.75''

Originally Posted by UpTo7

Actually, metric system is a lot more easier, simpler and practical than imperial. :)

If you grew up using the metric system I’m sure that’s true. But here in the states, we hardly use it.

Originally Posted by iamaru

“Hey, chubby people need love too.”

That’s right, and when we get around to loosing our chubby we will all have that much more love to give.

I like the insight the OP is showing into self-image and how it can be influenced by others.


Starting stats: BPEL 6.50" EG 5.20" Jan 2010

Current Stats: BPEL 7.125" EG 5.50"

Originally Posted by Photon

For some reason I got the idea that one cm3 is equal to one cl.

1 cc is 1ml, and one calorie(lower case “c”, upper case “C” is kilo-calorie) of energy is the amount of energy required to heat up 1 cc of water 1 degree Celsius.


Starting stats: BPEL 6.50" EG 5.20" Jan 2010

Current Stats: BPEL 7.125" EG 5.50"

Originally Posted by mancomb
1 cm3 is 1ml

Yeah, I know :D
I must not have been thinking straight when I wrote this thread, haha.

Originally Posted by UpTo7
Actually, metric system is a lot more easier, simpler and practical than imperial. :)

No shit. I have a hard time visualizing things in metric, but conceptually it is sooo perfect.

1cc = 1ml = 1gram of water at sea level.

2 dimmensional measurment of 3 dimensional equvilent = to a standardized mass of the most common substance on the earth’s surface.

I mean, using the size of the kings feet and hands to base all measurments is practical too I supose….idiots.

I love America, but we are some stubborn SOBs…hope my dick isn’t too Americanized and too stuborn to grow.

peac.e


Feb. 2010 - 6" BPEL x 5" MSEG

Goal 1. Gain enough to change profile name

Goal 2. Get to atleast 7.5" x 5.75" (who knows, it's up to wifey if I want to shoot for higher) so I can feel solidly above average.

I have heard that the Metric System is conquering The States inch by inch!

When I was in elementary school we had to learn everything in metric first, then they taught imperial. I think the idea was that we would naturally prefer the metric system. But when you live in a country where everything is given in imperial, you’re just going to keep using that. I moved from the US to Spain for a few years, and mostly didn’t have any issues adapting. Except I do remember one time I was having a party and thought I needed a kilo each of pork chops, steak, sausages, chicken etc for the grill. I was thinking a kilo was something like a pound, and ended up with meat to last me for ages.

Hi, another ignorant American here. Can someone nicely and non-condesendingly explain why the metric system is easier than imperial? I really can’t conceptualize how.

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