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A New Metric for Penis Measurement?

A New Metric for Penis Measurement?

As most know, we have many markers to gauge PE progress. Has anyone considered weight? Would this not be a better indicator of increased cell growth as opposed to just stretched ligaments or tissue? If so, then increased cells= greater mass. If one goes from 6” to 7.5”, I’m certain there would be a significant weight gain. Of course measurement in the same state, either flaccid or erect would have to be in order. I will leave it to the engineers here to figure out a best way to get this type of data.

I think one could work out volume, other than that I don’t know how one would weigh his dick

I’ve heard of women weigh their breasts (individually no doubt). So perhaps a suitably sized scale for the little beggar would work.

I was going to weigh mine but the truck scales a closed today. :)

For volume (assume BPEL when using the hungfun values since they are using the same clinical study stats as howlongismyschlong):

http://bl.ocks.org/abovethemean/raw/9395398/

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98.34%

In a room of 1000 guys, 17 should be both longer and girthier than you.

Your dick is at most 15.71 in3 (8.71 fl oz)

That’s more voluminous than 93.62% of dudes!

Yet I still can’t see myself as all that big. As for those 17 guys…please step outside while I lock the door. lol


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

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Realistic Goal: BPEL 8.5"/NBPEL 7.5" EG 5.5" | Optimistic: BPEL 9"/NBPEL 8" MEG 5.75" | Dream: BPEL 10"/NBPEL 9" MEG 6.5"

Originally Posted by Phoenix7672
For volume (assume BPEL when using the hungfun values since they are using the same clinical study stats as howlongismyschlong):

http://bl.ocks.org/abovethemean/raw/9395398/

Yet I still can’t see myself as all that big. As for those 17 guys…please step outside while I lock the door. lol

I liked that. Hahaha


June14: BPEL 6.5; MSEG 4.9; BEG 4.7. Jan15: BPEL 6.7; MSEG 5.3; BEG 4.9.

First Goal: 7 x 5

Originally Posted by marinera
Don’t Measure it, Weigh it.

Once again, some good, previously overlooked information.

But, rather than volumetric measurement based on a simple cylinder calculation (and I have long ago forgotten my calculus methods for a more accurate measure), I think direct weight would be relatively efficient. I need to buy a good kitchen scale so maybe I’ll just flop the banana on it to start. Although a hanging scale may be even better.

How on earth would you weigh it. If you are erect, you will press against the scale with more force than the force of gravity, not to mention that if it is erect you are fighting gravity anyway.

Originally Posted by Logg
How on earth would you weigh it. If you are erect, you will press against the scale with more force than the force of gravity, not to mention that if it is erect you are fighting gravity anyway.

True. But an erect measurement is not necessary and flaccid measurement would be easy. The concept is to determine if a mass increase had occurred due to increased cellular growth. So, to that extent, the amount of blood required to fill the vessel would naturally vary anyway.

I think you would need a very precise scale to measure “cell growth” as cells weigh so little. From flaccid to hard might be measurable.

You have to factor in so many things, including wind, body movement, and erection quality to get precise, reproducible results. Even if you were able to control those factors, a scales precision would have to be down to the 0.0001 mg or even smaller. Even then I question if an increase of 0.1 cm could accurately, precisely, and reproducibly be measured.


Started: 6.75" BPEL, 8" (20 cm) BPFSL (1/2015) x 5" (12.5 cm) EG; Current (7/2017): 8" (20 cm) BPEL, 8.2" (20.5 cm) BPFSL x 5.8" (14.5 cm) EG; Gains (7/2017): 1.25" (3.125 cm) EL, 0.2" (0.5 cm) BPFSL x 0.8" (2 cm) EG

Short-term goal: 8.25 (20.625 cm) BPEL, 8.3" (20.75 cm) BPFSL x 6" (15 cm) EG; Long-term goal: 9" (22.5 cm) BPEL x 6" EG

Xtended's Progress Report

One would have to utilize the measurements of the big gainers. Those with confirmed gains of one inch or more. There would be millions of additional cells. Well with in the variance of a quality gram scale. Measure in grains if necessary. So, my suggestion is measure in numerous parameters but also take a flaccid weight.

Originally Posted by Logg
How on earth would you weigh it. If you are erect, you will press against the scale with more force than the force of gravity, not to mention that if it is erect you are fighting gravity anyway.

Probably using the Archimedes principle, which states that the buoyant force exerted on a body immersed in a fluid is equal to the weight of the fluid the body displaces.


BPEL 20.2 cm EG 15.2 cm casi ----> 8" X 6" Primera meta: BPEL 21 cm EG 15.5 cm

Medidas ideales: BPEL 21.5 cm EG 16.5

"Nuestra recompensa se encuentra en el esfuerzo y no en el resultado. Un esfuerzo total es una victoria completa." – Gandhi

I thought about something, if you water pump, mark the amount of water needed to cover the erect shaft until the glans as you enter the cylinder (no vacuum). See how it evolves over time. If you don’t pump you can still use this technique if you manage to find something you can use instead of the cylinder.

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