While the Golden Ratio 0.618 (or it’s inverse 0.382) clearly does not define the aesthetic penis, the derivative Fibonacci ratio 0.236 (and it’s inverse 0.764) clearly comes very close, if not nailing it. The ideal Fibonacci penis could very well be this fractal proportion of the golden ratio.For you number nerds, divide a selected Fibonacci number below by the third one to it’s right, and you get the 0.236 (or the inverted derivative 1-0.236=0.764) ratio.

{1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377, 610, .. } Examples: 13/55, 21/89. 34/144, etc.Now multiply your favored length by 0.764 to get the girth, or divide your favored girth by 0.764 to get the length. Go to http://www.thevisualiser.net/newboy.php and try it out by comparing “your” penis size of 5” girth x 6.5” length (5/6.54 = 0.764) to any of their average stats. It’s a pretty tough ratio to beat, IMHO.

BTW, I just realized that my computation gives a close equivalent of Krowax’s square root of 1.618 (1.272). Note that 1/0.764 = 1.31, rendering the same multiplier (instead of my divisor). UpTo7’s stab at 1.3 is also in the same ballpark. Interesting stuff.

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