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Where does 15 cm or 5.9 inches NBPEL stand compared to exact average?

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Where does 15 cm or 5.9 inches NBPEL stand compared to exact average?

Hello guys,

My penis length, when 100% erect, is 15 cm (or 5.9 inches) NBPEL. I know that BPEL is probably the best way to measure, and that there are huge variations in terms of NBPEL (fat pad depth, etc.). However, generally speaking, I just want to know where my NBPEL (15 cm/5.9 inches) stands compared to the exact average NBPEL (which I don’t know)?

Thank you.

There isn’t really a true “exact” average for NBPEL or BPEL because often times studies don’t mention whether or not these measurements are NBPEL or BPEL so the truth is hard to find. However at 5.9” NBPEL, it would be reasonable to assume that you hover right at average or so.


Best of luck to all fellow PE-ers in their journey.

At first I thought most studies would be NBPEL, but the more I thought about it they have to be BPEL at least 99.9% of the time. Reason being is they are to determine the average size of the penis, and if they don’t account for people of different weight, then the numbers will be wildly off. Not to mention, say the rate of obesity drops, that doesn’t mean the average penis actually grew longer…just more of what was already there was uncovered.

To put it another way, it would be like measuring people to find the average height, but allowing people to wear both shoes and hats vs barefoot, flat hair, and up against a wall.


Current: BPEL 7.9"/NBPEL 6.75" MEG 5.2", BPFL 6.5"/NBPFL 5.5" FG 4.4"

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Originally Posted by Phoenix7672
At first I thought most studies would be NBPEL, but the more I thought about it they have to be BPEL at least 99.9% of the time. Reason being is they are to determine the average size of the penis, and if they don’t account for people of different weight, then the numbers will be wildly off. Not to mention, say the rate of obesity drops, that doesn’t mean the average penis actually grew longer…just more of what was already there was uncovered.

To put it another way, it would be like measuring people to find the average height, but allowing people to wear both shoes and hats vs barefoot, flat hair, and up against a wall.

I was just about to post something very similar, but you hit the nail right on the head. You beat me to the punch Phoenix. It would also be like measuring peoples height, which may be above average, but look shorter because of weight.

Measuring BPEL gives you a reference point. NBPEL is not a legit measurement since the ruler can start anywhere near the base of your penis.

Originally Posted by juiice
There isn’t really a true “exact” average for NBPEL or BPEL because often times studies don’t mention whether or not these measurements are NBPEL or BPEL so the truth is hard to find. However at 5.9” NBPEL, it would be reasonable to assume that you hover right at average or so.

I beg to differ, sir. If it is NBPEL and he gets larger when erect, he is absolutely above average, but then again, a NBPEL measurement is not a legit measurement as I mentioned in my previous post.

I just wasn’t sure if scientists were as aware of BPEL vs. NBPEL like we at Thunder’s are. Perhaps to some scientists measuring the penis is simply measuring exposed penis. If the average BPEL is like 6”-6.5”, it’s reasonable to assume he sits close to average, assuming his fat pad isn’t large.


Best of luck to all fellow PE-ers in their journey.

Originally Posted by juiice
I just wasn’t sure if scientists were as aware of BPEL vs. NBPEL like we at Thunder’s are. Perhaps to some scientists measuring the penis is simply measuring exposed penis. If the average BPEL is like 6”-6.5”, it’s reasonable to assume he sits close to average, assuming his fat pad isn’t large.

Okay, now I see where you were going with that, and you are right, are the scientist aware of a BPEL measurement? I am going to google BPEL to see where it takes other than this place or other PE sites. I will get back with you.

This what I found on BPEL:

Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) defines a notation for specifying business process behavior based on Web Services.

This was under Acronym Finder:
What does NBPEL stand for?
NBPEL stands for Non-Bone Pressed Erect Length

I found a Yahoo discussion on BPEL:
https://answers.yahoo.com/question/…09193959AA8y3eh

OOPs! Pressed Submit and did not even know it.

Juice you are absolutely right.

This what I found on BPEL:

Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) defines a notation for specifying business process behavior based on Web Services.

This was under Acronym Finder:
What does NBPEL stand for?
NBPEL stands for Non-Bone Pressed Erect Length

I found a Yahoo discussion on BPEL:
https://answers.yahoo.com/question/…09193959AA8y3eh

Her is an interesting discussion:
http://www.goodlookingloser.com/for…3-bpel-or-nbpel

SO FAR NOTHING FROM THE SCIENCE STAND POINT.

Here is a study or survey of somewhat.
https://ethnicmuse.files.wordpress….thropometry.pdf

I found this under BPEL, but nothing in the article makes mention of BPEL
http://www.livescience.com/38158-av…penis-size.html

This one came close but no mention BPEL
http://sexuality.about.com/od/anato…erage_penis.htm

So juice, I think you were on to something with that post. Everything else took me to the PE sites. Your post held a lot of weight. Good job my brother.

Originally Posted by dickerschwanz
5.8 bpel x 4.7 girth is the average penis size. Its pretty clear by now.
Penis Size: The True Average

Its mostly BPEL in the studies Its just not called BPEL.
Its a bell curve dstributon. 5% very small, many average penis, and 5% very big.

Yes sir, we all know that here in the PE world, but the conversation that juice and I were having is that do the scientific studies really know that? Do they measure BPEL? I have not found anything stating that is were the measurement starts, against the pubic bone. What is their reference of measurement? I have read nothing in their studies about measuring up against the pubic bone, but to start at the base of the penis

We here in the PE community have really made a science of all of this, but who listens to dick pullers anyways?

Look up BPEL, it stands for Business Process Execution Language (BPEL). It is an Oracle program language. I questioned juice and I have to give it to him. dickerschwanz you too are right, and you are spot on, only here in the PE community. A lot of scientific studies have many different stats.

Originally Posted by dickerschwanz
5.8 bpel x 4.7 girth is the average penis size. Its pretty clear by now.
Penis Size: The True Average

Its mostly BPEL in the studies Its just not called BPEL.
Its a bell curve dstributon. 5% very small, many average penis, and 5% very big.

dickerschwanz said that the studies do BPEL but call it something different. I think BPEL is something only used by PEers, and thus you won’t find anything outside of PEers referencing it, as well as those who have read PE sites asking elsewhere. Scientists don’t use this term to describe the measurement, or perhaps don’t have a term for it at all. But if the studies state that the measurement are taken from the pubic bone then we would know. Which I assume these studies state this. But yea, I was incorrect, alimah you’re above average.


Best of luck to all fellow PE-ers in their journey.

I saw a poll or two on fat pad size, we don’t have very good data on it. But if I remember right, most fat pads are between 0.5” and 1.0”. Take your 5.9” NBP plus a (roughly) average fat pad of 0.6 for an average comparable 6.5” BP.

We do have good data on BP measurements in the TP data set, and 6.5” BP is somewhere in the 55% and 71% range, depending on whether the real average BP is closer to the 5.8” that research suggests, or the 6.3” or 6.4” that is the average starting length in the TP data set.

If you believe that research shows a 5.8” average due to not bone pressing their measurements, then the 55th percentile estimate would be more appropriate. If on the other hand, you believe nearly all researchers are using BP measurements, then the 71st percentile estimate is more appropriate. Taking the mid-point makes it about the 63rd percentile.

2014 Stats Update

My 2 cents, I think most researchers are bone pressing, say 80% of them. Another 15% are NBP, and the last 5% use some other method (such as the underside measurement in the recent Indiana State sex survey). And just as much if not more error exists in the TP data and self-measurement/reporting in general.


Before 5.5" x 4.1" volume 7.3 ci ////// Now 7.4" x 4.9" volume 14.1 ci


Last edited by BeardedDragon : 02-27-2015 at .

l think...

16cm NBP x 14 cm girth is the average penis size..


Inicio mayo 2014: //NBP 15.5 // BP :17// EG 14.5 (diámetro 5)

actual: NBP: 16.5// BP:18\\ EG 15

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