Circumference shape MATTERS!!!
I was just thinking the other day about an interesting (to me atleast) phenomenon that occurs to the area of shapes with respect to their perimeters. On this website, people often mention their size obviously, and have “x” length and “y” girth. It is with these two measurements that one can calculate their volume, and get an idea of their size. The length measurement is pretty standard, and self explanatory, however…. the girth measurement is not the same for everyone as their penis shape may differ. What I am ultimately saying is, GET THIS, someone with a girth measurement of 5.4”, could definitely be larger than someone with a girth of 5.6” let say. This will occur if their penis shape (when viewed from the end) more nearly resembles a circle!
Here is the math to prove it for those of you doubters :P.
When you measure your girth, you are measuring the distance around your unit, and are thus essentially taking the perimeter. To calculate the area of a circle one must square the radius, and then multiply by pi (roughly 3.14). So, operating on the premise that someone’s penis has a radius of exactly 1”, their cross-sectional area would be 3.14 square inches ( 3.14*1*1). Now, their girth would be their perimeter, which since we are operating on the premise it is perfectly circular, it would be the circumference. The circumference of a circle is pi multiplied by the diameter (which is one radius plus another). So in this example their circumference would be 6.28” (3.14*2”). So for person #1, he has a girth of 6.28” which yields him an area of 3.14” squared.
Now, a second man has the same girth, as he is also 6.28”. However, this man’s unit is shape exactly like a square, and is essentially 1.57” across, and 1.57” down (1.57” + 1.57” + 1.57” + 1.57” = 6.28”). The cross-sectional area of his penis is 1.57” squared or 2.4649” (1.57” * 1.57” = 2.4649”).
So, guy #1 and guy #2 in this example both had a girth of 6.28”, but guy #1 had an area of 3.14” squared, while guy #2 had an area of 2.4649” squared. Therefore guy #1’s penis actually has a cross-sectional area that is 27% bigger DESPITE having the same size girth!!!
Just thought this whole thing was sort of neat!
For the record, if you have a girth of size “X”, the biggest area you could create would be if your penis were perfectly circular. Then as it became less and less circular you would be losing area. A perfectly square penis would sort of be the second place, and then as it becomes more and more rectangular shaped it would lose even more area.
An analogy would be if you were given 40 feet of fencing, and asked to make the biggest enclosure possible. If you were a hell of a carpenter and were able to make a perfectly circular fence, you could enclose an area of 127 square feet. If you chose to build a square enclosure (10x10), then it would be 100 square feet. As you grew more rectangular you would lose even more space. If you built the fence as 15x5, then you would only have 75 square feet. If you were really foolish, you could build it as 19x1, and then only have 19 square feet. I’m sure you guys get the idea :) .
Anyways, that’s basically my daily rant. If you read it all, congratulations, if not, get back to your jelqing!!!
Start: May 12, 2007 BPEL: 5.551" EG: 4.646" FL: 3.051" FG: 3.858" Please Fill Out My Survey: Click Me!
Now: July 13, 2007 BPEL: 6.250" EG: 5.500" FL: 3.346" FG: 4.488"
Goal: BPEL: 7.000" EG: 6.000" FL: 5.000" FG: 4.750"
Last edited by Gimli : 07-24-2007 at .