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The rare 1% penis-what size?

Well if it is before PE my guesses would be:
Length: 7.85 NBP
Girth: 6.1 MSEG
7.4 X 5.9 (length is NBP)

Thats just my guess. I wondered about stuff like this as well, like when I’m on the bus I’d wonder who is the biggest on the bus, or in my class.

I was looking over the studies. In the study/review below the normogram percentile suggests that the 99th percentile erectile length is 17.5 cm=6.9” (stretched length). See Fig. 1. This length seems kinda low to me to be in the top 1%? If one assumes erect length is slightly longer as it is on average in most studies (for guys who don’t do a lot of stretching) then the 99th percentile length would be slightly longer than 7” NBPEL. I’m assuming that’s a NBPEL as I can’t believe it is BPEL (that would be way too short in my opinion). So,

1. If your length is 7.5 ” NBPEL you likely have the top 1% length?
2. According to Kinsey and Lifestyles ~1% had a 6” MSG or greater?

So unless these studies are messed up I can’t see how a penis 7.5” NBPEL x 6” MSG isn’t in the top 1%? Maybe this is wishful thinking. I’m kinda surprised by these values.

http://www.nature.com/ijir/journal/…df/3900887a.pdf
http://www.mraverage.com/results.htm


Starting Size: April, 28, 2010: NBPEL-7" Girth-6" (base, MSG, glans)

Currently: BPEL-8" NBPEL-7.25" Girth-6.25" (base)/6.125" (MSG)/6.125" (glans)

Length-8.2 inches BP
Girth-5.8 inches mid
Combo-7.6 EBP x 5.6 mid

I have a theory based purely on anecdotal evidence that there are long ones and there are fat ones but it is really rare to have a long and fat one. Meaning that there are 8 inch guys with 5 inch girth and 6.5 inch guys with 6 inch girth. So I made my combo size a shorter length and lesser girth. That is the volume I would assume to be 1 percent. I’d be happy to be in the top 10 percent volume wise whatever that is.

bohm,

Those studies are pretty interesting. I do believe that the study with the nomogram is pretty off to say the least. 6.9 FSL does seem extremely small to be in the top 1% even if they are NPB.

Here are some of the ranges (stretched) or erect length:

1. J. SHAH and N. CHRISTOPHER-6-18 cm (shortest stretched one was 6 cm and longest stretched one was 18 cm) (N=104 subjects):

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/…002.02974.x/pdf

2. Wessels study:
Quantity ——————————Average ————————————-Range
Fat pad depth ————— —2.8cm or 1.1” ————————0.5cm-7.5cm (0.2” to 3”)
Erect Length ———————12.9cm or 5.1” ———————-7.5cm-19cm (3” to 7.6”)
Functional Penis Length —-15.7cm or 6.3” ———————-9cm - 21 cm (3.6” to 8.4”)
Erect circumference ———-12.3cm or 4.9” ———————-9cm-16cm (3.6” to 6.4”)

N=80 (most groups represented). So, the thickest one was 6.4”. The longest was 8.4” BPEL.

http://www.measurection.com/fusionb….php?tid/49686/

3. Look at Table 1 of this review. They list the range of girths and lengths for some studies: For some reason I don’t trust the Coxon stuff because I believe it was based on gay diaries: 26 cm (10.2”) length and 21 cm (8.3”) girth? In most of the other studies the biggest one tends to be in the 8ish BPEL/7ish NBPEL range.

http://www.hawaii.edu/hivandaids/Te…_of_Gay_Men.pdf


Starting Size: April, 28, 2010: NBPEL-7" Girth-6" (base, MSG, glans)

Currently: BPEL-8" NBPEL-7.25" Girth-6.25" (base)/6.125" (MSG)/6.125" (glans)

Most of us have gained 1” to 2” so our perception is skewed.

Originally Posted by northmiamitop
I was looking at the spreadsheet, I am not well versed in using Excel and can’t make much of it. I’m wondering if that result is the top 1% of just pre-PE measurements, or is that the top 1% of all lengths in the data. I suspect its the latter - a nearly 9 inch penis is quite large, I would think its closer to .1% of the normal population, but it could be the top 1% of already enlarged penises.

Ah, I know I filtered the results:
* Statistics from filtered Thundersplace’s Statistics February 22, 2009
* Removed duplicate Entries and keeping the initially entered. (So I think I meant to say that’s starting size.)
* Removed anything > 11 or < 2 in length
* Removed anything < 2.5 girth and MrFreakMcNasty

I see our stats then as being much larger than the typical study finds. Which may show that men who are already quite large are drawn to enlarge their dicks more so than the average Joe in the street. Who knows, but for whatever reason Thunders top 1% is a hell of a lot bigger than the rest of the world.

Somewhat related, I was just looking at the fleshjack website. Fleshjack is the gay brand of fleshlight. The fleshlight boys offer toys modeled off popular porn stars’ assets. I thought it was interesting that of the 4 they have done so far, the largest is 7 inches insertable (Not counting the balls.) The smallest is 6. Since its a dildo, I don’t think that number is exactly a NBPEL, we don’t measure from the scrotum, but from the pubic bone, which toys don’t have. So this measurment is probably a little smaller than the way we would measure. The total length ranges from 8 1/4 down to 7 3/4. That includes the balls, so would be equivalent to measuring a dick from the side, so bigger than the way we measure BPEL.

I would imagine that a gay sex toy manufacturer has access to some guys with truly enormous penises, bigger than the top 1%. Gay porn has even more of a big dick obsession than straight porn does. The biggest guy they have used so far is somewhere between 7-8 inches. That is a very large dick, but a lot of guys here don’t see it as that big at all. The smallest is somewhere from 6 - 7 1/4 or so. And he is a porn star, his dick is obviously plenty big. Considering the size of these porn star dicks, I don’t see 7.5 inches in the top 1% as so hard to believe.


“I was like, Am I gay? Am I straight? And I realized...I'm just slutty. Where's my parade? What about slut pride?”

― Margaret Cho

My theory on why pre-PE Thunders members dicks are bigger:

We’ve had partners compliment us on our size, and that felt good. But many or most partners don’t compliment the size. It’s not that they don’t think it’s big, they just don’t think to compliment. But we get insecure and think that their lack of compliment means it’s small.

Thus the complimenters make us think we’re big and that it’s great to be big. The non-complimenters make us feel like we’re too small for a compliment. And therefor we come here.


I'm a disciple of science.

I think that the average size of people drawn to PE forums probably is at least as big as the average for the general male population, and I suspect that it is (ironically) larger. I think there is inevitably some size inflation also in the PE Data Site. I suspect the number of outright fabricators is pretty low, but I suspect at least a few exist. I also think that many of the measurements probably correspond to the largest erection size ever witnessed by that individual. If so, that’s fine, but that might not be duplicated in an actual clinical study. Furthermore, I suspect there has to be just a little size exaggeration in some of the numbers as a result of “wishful thinking”. This would probably only have the tendency to slightly inflate the length and girth averages if it was modest and consistent across most individuals. But just a little bit of inflation of both the length and especially the girth could have a very significant impact on the volume percentiles.

Actually, neven’s attachment of thunder’s data does coincide with the 1% figure above when he minuses the “fudge” (over-estimating size) factor:

LENGTH.jpg


Starting Size: April, 28, 2010: NBPEL-7" Girth-6" (base, MSG, glans)

Currently: BPEL-8" NBPEL-7.25" Girth-6.25" (base)/6.125" (MSG)/6.125" (glans)

i gotta say the rare 1% is jonah falcon LOL


Start:7.5 BPEL X 5 MSEG

Goal: 7 MSEG

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Actually, neven’s attachment of thunder’s data does coincide with the 1% figure above when he minuses the “fudge” (over-estimating size) factor:

LENGTH.jpg
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I suspect Neven’s estimates for the 99th percentile for NBPEL (7.5”) and BPEL (8.0”) are probably not far off the mark.

Here are some BPEL x Avg. girth combinations that are consistent with a volume of 25 cubic inches which I think is approximately where the 99th percentile for volume might be:

9.0” x 5.9”
8.75” x 6.0”
8.5” x 6.1”
8.25” x 6.2”
8.0” x 6.3”
7.75” x 6.4”
7.4” x 6.5”

Originally Posted by topshotta718
Well if it is before PE my guesses would be:
Length: 7.85 NBP
Girth: 6.1 MSEG
7.4 X 5.9 (length is NBP)

Thats just my guess. I wondered about stuff like this as well, like when I’m on the bus I’d wonder who is the biggest on the bus, or in my class.

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I think what has to be kept in mind when looking at the results I posted earlier is that each merit (length, girth, volume) is calculated individually so it makes sense that the top 1% in length is 8.75, and that the top 1% in girth is 6.5”. Those together don’t equal 27 ci, they calculate up to 29 ci.

Instead to get 27 ci (well, 26 ci) you’re looking at an 8.5 bpel x 6.25 guy. Perhaps the numbers may be fudged a little bit, but I’d say that guarantees you in the top 1%, the biggest person out of a hundred people.

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