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Oh yeah, and one more thing.

Nearly 18 months ago when i looked at that table i would immediately shut of the lights and start to cry like a little girl.

Today thanks to Tunder and all of you, I cannot belive how big of jump i have made with just an inch added to my length and 0.5 inch to my girth!

Thunder, I just added up the percentages from the chart that was included along with the graph. If it still doesn´t make sense to you please message me and I will give you a really boring explanation of how it works.

JohnSchwab909 is absolutely correct. The chart should read: You are bigger than or as big as this percentage of the population. If you want to know how many people you are bigger than then you will have to read the value of the line one over to the left of your length. So if you are 6.25” long, then you are bigger or equal to 61% of the population. But, you are only bigger than 52.2% of the population, because the other 8.8% that add up to the total 61% are the same size as you.
Sorry for the mix up. The numbers are still valid, but this does make a bit of a difference. Hope what I´m saying now is accurate.

That’s 3 guys at 9 inches or more. I still dont see how the graph shows 2% at 9 inches or larger. That would be 60 guys at 9”+ based on 3000 guys in the survey.

:buttrock: The Peter Dick method :buttrock:

Then, BPEL:7.500"x5.500"

Now, BPEL:8.375"X6.750"

So this is a chart of the Kinsey data? Where did you get the data? The link you provide in your first post just takes me to the Thunder’s homepage.

Both of those links take me to the homepage.


Nevermind. Tried it in IE, rather than Firefox, and it worked. I think I need to clear my Firefox cache or something.

Well, according to my own analysis, the Kinsey survey and other self-report surveys are highly suspect, but I’ll give it a go anyway.

What happened, it appears, is that whoever posted that table of percentages for each quarter-inch category simply cut off (i.e., always rounded down) the last decimal. That would account for a lot of the missing 2% when you add them all up.


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