Measure correctly and lose 0.5 of an inch..
I was going to write a confidence booster thread for newbies in the newbie section, but I’m afraid that I have just fucked up.
I did state that I was 7.7 Non Bone Pressed, and that I could measure over 8 inches if I pressed the ruler in. How wrong I was.
I am actually 7.25 Non Bone Pressed, and 7.7 Bone pressed. How did I come about this bollocks?
Well it turns out that there is more than just a Bone Pressed or Not Measurement.
Behold! The measuring styles:
1) Talking the ruler and putting it above or above/to the side [but still above] your penis and do not press the ruler in.
2) Same as above and press the ruler in. [The bone that the ruler rests against is supposed to be your pubic bone.
3) From above again, but this time move the ruler right down so that it’s right up against your penis and take the measurement.
4) Same as 3, but this time press the ruler in. [You should find that the ruler goes deeper - which gives you a higher measurement than Numbers 1&2]
5) Take the ruler to the side of your penis and do not press the ruler in. [You should find that this is this measuring technique gives you the highest number in terms of Non Bone Pressed]
6) Same as No.5, but this time press the ruler right in. [And so, this measuring technique will give you the biggest reading for your penis.]
Bonus 7) For every time you bone press, you will find that if you really, really force the ruler in, it will give you an even higher measurement!
So you can see that how I came about this horror. I bone pressed into my penis from the side
[No.6 + Bonus No.7] and took that as my bone pressed measurement which made me go above the 8 inch mark.
And for the Non-Bone pressed I just took the normal measurement from the side [No.5] Which gave me the image that I was 7.7.
I personally feel that the true measuring techniques for Non or Bone Pressed is No.1 & No.2 Because these are the ones that don’t seem to add any more length. How do you guys measure?
I'm pissed of with my gains and loses. I've been doing this for more than 4 years. I keep measuring wrong and the next time I update my signature you will see impressive results.