The TRUE Size Experts
A recent spate of “Size” threads left me struck with an ironic conclusion: Although most guys berate the ability of women to judge size, the women are actually the ones with the best intuitive understanding of penis size…. VOLUME.
In my youth, I was 6.5 x 5.25 (14.26 ci). But because of my overall body size (6’4” & very muscular), I always thought that I was “small” - at “only” 6.5” length. Even though no woman ever complained about my size, that didn’t matter to me. They, of course, felt my (very hard) 14.26 ci and did not perceive “smallness” (nor would any of them claim that I had a “donkey dick” either, of course, lol).
But its the guys who seem to exclusively focus on length (which isn’t all that important to a woman); some guys will even pester girlfriends/wives about the length of their ex’s. These women probably become exasperated and try to offer some numerical length value (to appease their man), conjuring up something appropriate to what they felt while with those ex’s.
If the length seems too high, guys will rail that there’s “no way” he was that size, blah, blah, blah. Aside from the obvious pitfalls about asking your current woman about the size of her ex’s, you’re probably not understanding the “language” she’s speaking - the language of Volume.
A guy who is 7.5 x 5, has 14.92 ci of volume. Yet, a guy a full 1.5” shorter, but with 6” of girth, has 17.19 ci of volume; or, he’s a full 15% bigger than the longer guy.
Imagine the conversation that might result if a woman dated the chode first, and the 2nd boyfriend (proud of his 7.5” of length) was asking questions about her ex. After his first “performance” with her, he might ask if she ever had size like his, then the problems begin….
I would venture to guess that any volume above 17-18 ci is BIG. Opinions on this, of course, may vary.
Consider one more example:
Guy #1: 7 x 6.25 = 21.76 ci
Guy #2: 8.5 x 5.25 = 18.64 ci…
If Guy #3 had 5.4” of girth, he would 9 3/8” of length (a ridiculously long cock) to equal the volume of Guy #1.
I’m including a zipped DOS app (“c0cKuL8tR.exe”), which is small (about 15 kb), fast & easy to use.
I’m pissed about a C++ Win32 version I was working on - all of which I lost when my computer crashed in early February (I know, I know - I should’ve backed it up). Anyway, I was still debugging some of the functions I wrote for it, when I lost everything. I did manage to take a screen snag a few days before I lost it all.
Since then, I’ve had no time at all to work on it. :( Maybe after the Summer I’ll return to it. Anyway, the DOS app does almost the same.