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Can somebody please tell me the difference between pubic bone and pubic symphysis?

Are these words interchangeable?

swinging PE weights

Every since I started to hang I have been swinging the weight back and forth also in a circle. Makes time go faster and I like the feeling


Starting Stats 7/15/05 -- Flaccid L 3.375"x Flaccid G 2.125", BPEL 5.250" x EG 3.750"

Stats as of 11/17/07-- Flaccid L 6.000"x Flaccid G 5.6875", BPEL 8.000" x EG 6.125"

Long Term Goal: BPEL 9.000"x EG 6.500" Dusty

Originally Posted by ModestoMan
Hell if I know. Just kidding (sort of). Try pulling your dick straight out at 90deg to your body. Reach down and touch your pubic bone. If the dorsal surface of you shaft is roughly aligned with the top of your pubic bone, you probably have a lot of lig potential. On the other hand, if it’s more aligned with the bottom of your pubic bone, you probably don’t.

The penis is always aligned to the bottom of the pubic symphysis, you can read it in every book. It’s not possible that the penis exits higher than the bottom of the pubic symphysis. If so, this would mean that the penis came out of a bone, which is impossible.

It’s also hard to determine if the dorsal surface is aligned to the top or bottom of the pubic bone,because the dorsal surface holds the penis to the bottom of the pubic symphysis. If it would align higher, the penis would exit above the bottom of the pubic symphysis, which is impossible and not written about in any book.

The penis exits under the pubic symphysis,it can not exit higher,it has to exit under the pubic symphysis.

Originally Posted by ModestoMan
If you can feel it, try to measure (with your finger) the distance from the shaft’s attachment point along the pubic symphysis to the very top of the pubic symphysis—at the junction between the hard bony material and the muscle. Bearing in mind that the pubic symphysis is only about 1.5 to 2” long, you can guestimate how much pubic symphysis is left below this point. This gives you a sense of your potential lig gains.

This is also not possible, the shaft is always attached to the bottom of the pubic symphysis. In females the clitoris is under the the bottom of the pubic symphysis, so there is no way that the penis can exit higher than the bottom of the pubic symphysis.


Last edited by SimonClass : 01-06-2006 at .

I will counter with two new hanging questions.

1. What does LOT stand for and what does it mean?
2. What does SO stand for and what does it mean?

I also wonder about some other shortening words.
BPEL stand for Bone Pressed Erect Length, right?
Please state the other ones like NPXX e t c. and explain!

Thanks.

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