Why the neurosis with measuring
I was just wondering to myself why there is this complex with measuring accuracy. When I started I was about 6&3/4” on a good day. After about a month I was 7&1/2” on a good day, and now, 8&1/4” on an extremely good day. However good those gains sound I would say about 1/4” to 1/2” was reclaimed size from better erections, so realistically I have gained between 1” to 1&1/4” in the past year. So what is my point you ask? Well on average I measure 7&3/4” to 8”. So if you notice there is not a whole lot of accuracy or consistency in my erection quality. So why should I care about a 1/2mm or 1/64” on a ruler. I mean I know I have gained; So I know that PE works. What does that little bit of extra really mean any way? Does it mean that I can brag to a girl that I am about to bang that I have an 8&1/4” pecker and then have her pull out a ruler and measure a 7&1/2” pecker because of ruler fright. So then she laughs at me because I lied? (Hypothetical I am married after all). Or is it to try to trick myself into believing that I really have gained when I do a triple Lindy stretch and pull the ruler out my ass I can have an extra 1mm or 1/32” for motivation to keep going? Well guess what if you have gained you have gained, and know it works, so pull the ruler out of your ass and finish your dive because this takes years!! So to me measuring once a month is fine. By the way for you extremely compulsive want to measure any gains newbies, or vets (I can’t blame you I was like that in the beginning) just measure your BPFSL as that is the most scientific length you will get as blood flow won’t affect your flaccid to a great extent. Sorry about the ramble just had to get it off my chest, in my own words. Peace out.
Last edited by Jm123 : 03-24-2005 at .