Question about bone-pressed measuring
I’ve read a few different accounts of bone-pressing for measurements, and I’m not sure which is actually correct. It seems like, for the most part, the rule is to “press lightly” with the ruler in order to get a bone-pressed measurement. While I’ve always adhered to that method, the more I think about it the more it seems flawed to me. Lightly pushing can vary widely and result in inconsistent measurements that imply gains or losses when neither may be occurring. I mean, I like to think I’ve been quite consistent with my measurements, and considering that my NBPEL is longer now than my starting BPEL I’m certain I’ve gained from PE. But I think that while lightly pushing the ruler is going to yield a measurement that is closer to your actual usable length, the possibility of unintentionally pressing harder or softer and getting measurements that vary accordingly defeats the purpose of measuring to track gains. Wouldn’t pushing the ruler to the point where it cannot go any further be the most accurate way to assure that PE is effecting the length of the penis?
I mean, I can’t get in a time machine and remeasure from the beginning, and since I know for certain I have a bigger penis now than I had prior to PE I’m not really overly concerned for my own benefit. This is merely curiosity.
March 2012 Stats: BPEL - 7.125"; MSEG - 5"
Current Stats (November 2013): BPEL - 8.313"; MSEG - 5.688"
Goal: BPEL - 7.125+"; MSEG - 6"