Very, very true, Motivated. Most women haven’t slept with more than a handful of guys (and some also haven’t seen more than a handful of dicks). Most women will not have happened to encounter the truly average range of cocks.
Well, considering the nerves in the average female’s vagina are apparently 3 1/2 inches 5 could, technically do the job if you work it right. So maybe that’s what they judge by? Ofcourse, we all know that this is seemingly bullshit.
Originally Posted by Giancarlo
But what a woman sees its your bp measurement minus one inch.
Not exactly. Everyone’s fat pad varies, so that in itself is a variable that influences NBPEL. I’m not gonna argue that NBPEL isn’t what the girl sees, my point is that BPEL is used to measure PE progress, since it is held as a constant.
Progress Tracking As of 01/01/05 : 6.5 BPEL x 5.25 G As of 04/08/05 : 6.75 BPEL x 5.25 G Short Term Goal : 7 BPEL Long Term Goal : When a trip to china and getting on the great wall means hopping on my member
Ok, but whatever is said at school still does not matter.
Teachers can say that 2” is average, if you don’t feel OK/confortable with it, do something! And so I think your cousin should know all that exists and can be done on the subject.
I’m 26 years old now and if I only knew at 14 what I just learned in less then a week on this faboulous site, I would not be overweight and messure by now 9” :) .
Most surveys that come up with an average that is 6+ have a few things in common
1.competely volunteer basis (how many small or average guys want to get it measured) 2.self-measuring (aww, it’s only a 1/4 inch difference, nobody will ever notice)
Most surveys that are done randomly and measured by staff tend to come up with an average closer to 5.25-5.5 as a average american male. Many times the ones closer to 5.25 are npb and 5.5 is pb.
Schools these days suck big time.. Especially so for the boys.
Read these articles and see if you agree with them/me.. 1) Business Week - May 26 2003 - “This Is a World Made for Women” The Pell Institute’s Thomas Mortenson says today’s education system isn’t preparing boys for the New Economy — and that hurts women, too Http://www.businessweek.com/@@e0s@v…34010_mz001.htm
“.Boys seem to be slipping further and further behind. .. The reason is nothing other than the wholesale feminisation of the education system. .. The evidence suggests that boys and girls learn in different ways. .. Nevertheless, education policy denies such differences .. The result was active discrimination against boys. .. This was not only wrong in itself. It was also disastrous for boys. .. But rather than celebrating male characteristics, society tells boys at every turn that it’s values have turned female, and that if boys want any place in it they must do so too. Thus, male characteristics are derided. Warfare is said to be obscene. Authority is oppressive. Chivalry is a joke. Competition creates losers — taboo in education, where everyone must be a winner. Stoicism is despised; instead, tears must flow and hearts be worn on sleeves at all times.”