A novel and more accurate approach to length measurement
There is a fundamental floor in our approaches to length measurement. The variable of how hard a man is pulling on on the tape. This was a real problem when NBPL was the norm. But then of course came along NBP, supposedly the answer to our concerns. But I don’t think it is. Yes an improvement but still an imperfect solution. BLP is still heavily influenced by how hard you pull. You are not actually pressing on the bone. There is still tissue between the tape and the bone and the degree to which this is compressed is still a matter dictated by a man’s fervour. And as we all know that fervour is heavily influenced by the man’s eagerness to see a gain.
I don’t know if other people are already doing this but I have come across a solution. When I pumped a few weeks ago I cut a groove longitudinally in the chamber at the end of my penis. I standardised by cutting the groove with my penis at 90 degrees with me sitting upright at 180 degrees. I have since realised that you’re hip tilt and degree of verticalness (or otherwise) could be a an area where you could ‘cheat’ in the same way as you can by pulling harder on that tape. But this can standardised too by sitting with your back against the wall and also your head firmly against the wall and just looking downwards. It should be the same wall each time. Actually you should probably use a spirit measure on your cock to make sure it is at 90 degrees. The pressure on the gauge should also be a constant and measurements should always be taken pre session. I think this controls all variables.
To some I know this may read as a little crazy. But I hope those experienced PE’ers for whom early gains are a hazy memory and for whom gains come, but painfully slowly, will appreciate a truly precise method of length measurement is has its merit