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# Hand Length to Gripping Girth Ratio

Originally Posted by fat_cock
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what is the correct way to measure it?? You do not specify it.

Eh.

It could be that you measured correctly, but you are a bit out of range (hence the flag). I’ll try to re-explain how to measure your Grasp.

1. Find a cylindrical object that you can make an ok-grip around with the tip of your index and thumb barely touching. Be sure that you have a firm (but not super tight grip on this object and that your index and thumb remain barely touching.
2. Put the cylindrical object down and measure the circumference (girth) of the cylindrical object where you had your fingers. Record that measurement.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2, but instead of using your Index Finger, use your Middle finger. You will likely need to find another object.
4. With a ruler, measure the length of your hand from the base of your wrist to the tip of your middle finger. Record that measurement.

After that, it’s a matter of doing the math. Or you can write down those measurements, because my spreadsheet does the math automatically.

index_to_thumb/hand_length = Index finger ratio
middle_to_thumb/hand_length = Middle finger ratio

Again, it may be that you’re measurements are fine, and it’s entirely possible that you’re so out of range. But something doesn’t add up.

Size is little more than a controllable perception without an accurate means of measurement.

Originally Posted by avantasia
Wow, that is one MASSIVE hand, a index to thumb grip 17 cm is like gorilla hands lol.

Haha ,whenever I shake hands with people I always hear “Man, you have some big ass hands” or “Your hands are huge”. One guy said I wouldn’t even need a penis with fingers that long.

It sucks though. Since I stopped growing I’ve never in my life found a pair of winter gloves that fit and my penis looks/feels tiny in my hands.

Current: Bpel 7.75 EG 6

Goal: Bpel 9 EG 6.5

Originally Posted by Jawbone
Eh.

It could be that you measured correctly, but you are a bit out of range (hence the flag). I’ll try to re-explain how to measure your Grasp.

1. Find a cylindrical object that you can make an ok-grip around with the tip of your index and thumb barely touching. Be sure that you have a firm (but not super tight grip on this object and that your index and thumb remain barely touching.
2. Put the cylindrical object down and measure the circumference (girth) of the cylindrical object where you had your fingers. Record that measurement.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2, but instead of using your Index Finger, use your Middle finger. You will likely need to find another object.
4. With a ruler, measure the length of your hand from the base of your wrist to the tip of your middle finger. Record that measurement.

After that, it’s a matter of doing the math. Or you can write down those measurements, because my spreadsheet does the math automatically.

index_to_thumb/hand_length = Index finger ratio
middle_to_thumb/hand_length = Middle finger ratio

Again, it may be that you’re measurements are fine, and it’s entirely possible that you’re so out of range. But something doesn’t add up.

7” middle
6”3/8

Still penises are not perfectly round.

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Last edited by fat_cock : 11-25-2011 at .

Originally Posted by fat_cock
7” middle
6”3/8

Still penises are not perfectly round.

Thanks Fat Cock,

Those numbers are perfectly in range now… I’m still not sure how exactly you were measuring before. Were you deriving numbers from your span?

In any case:

your Index Ratio: 0.81
you Middle Ratio: 0.89

It’s true, penises aren’t perfectly round, but I wanted something perfectly round to get a measurement so that it’s easier to apply +- values depending on how one holds the penis. Doing oval based measurements from the start would complicate an already complicated measurement and lead to inconsistent results due to people having various oval shapes in their homes.

To the spreadsheet you go, I’m unflagging you.

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Now, the spreadsheet, lets see what stuff we have.

• Assuming a girl has large hands (95th percentile hands) with a large grasp ratio (our 95th percentile ratio), you’d need 6.85 inches for her Index finger and thumb to start separating, and 7.4 inches for her Middle Finger and thumb to do the same.
• Assuming a girl has median hands (50th percentile) with a median grasp ratio (our 50th percentile ratio), you’d need 5.59” for her Index finger and thumb to start separating, and 6.16” for her Middle finger and thumb to do the same.

I’d say that seems pretty accurate, and the fairly wide range capable of this data seems to suggest why people experience different results with women.

Size is little more than a controllable perception without an accurate means of measurement.

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