Newbie gains statistics at Thunders'
I’ve done a little research through the PE data from Thunders. I wanted to find out if there is a correlation between newbie gains and the initial size. If it could be proved that bigger gains are related to larger size, that would be a strong evidence supporting the theory claiming that newbie gains come from plastic deformation.
I have browsed through 550 member statistics (which make up around 15% of the available PE data on this site) looking for data about the first three months (considered newbie stage). I’ve found 108 usable statistics files. It is not a huge sample, but large enough for reliable results.
Here are some conclusions:
- There is absolutely no correlation between initial size and newbie gains, neither for length, nor for girth. This is not very good for the theory, but is good news for those who are starting PE with less endowment.
- The average length gain for newbies was 0.55”.
- The average girth gain for newbies was 0.28”.
- The average starting length was 6.37”.
- The average starting girth was 4.98”.
The initial size values are larger than the averages found on different penis size surveys, but that should be just the more likelihood of entering PE data those with larger size.
I’d like to comment on the high percent of unusable statistical data (around 80%). A few users skipped the newbie data from their statistics, but the vast majority of unusable files contained just the initial measurements and nothing more. That is 4 users out of 5 only entered the initial values. I think this is the early abandon rate. I might be wrong, but I think that those who bothered to register and started their PE data file, if they were successful, most likely they continued to enter measurements. Those who quitted entering data after the initial ones most likely abandoned PE at an early stage.
I mention just a single case (from many interesting statistics I’ve seen) of perseverance that paid off: azfat8 started at 6.25”/4.75” and after 10 years made it to 8.25”/7”. That is a girth gain of 2.25”!
Starting BPEL: 6.9" (Dec.1st, 2008)
Current BPEL: 8.11" NBPEL: 7.63" BPFSL: 9.09"
Current MEG : 5.6"