A true measure
After finding out about the “standardized” length and girth distinctions, (and I found them very logical) I found a couple of threads with references to volume.
It seems to me that as there’s small natural variance in using a tape measure or a ruler, displacement is the most definitive measure. So, are the volumes reported here mathematical? Or does one take a sort of a cylinder with water in it, poke the erect manhood in, let the excess water run out and then take note of the capacity?
This question just because of motivational reasons: if gains are small over a period of time, it’d be better to know that they’re gains still and not the result of “slightly optimistic” measurement techniques. In the end I rather hope to see the difference in inches, but in all realism, I don’t think many experience such clear gains over, say, a period of a month. Or do they!?
One measure I haven’t seen referred to, BTW, at least in exact terms is hardness. I’ve seen a guy on Leno or Conan who had a device to transform rigidity to a mathematical value. He had a book out, too, on the subject of male health, reproductive organs and all. I’ve long since forgotten his name. Anyone have info on him, or measuring hardness?
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