I’m only getting a bit frustrated because I kept lying to myself about being above average for some time. That, in translation, creates a much bigger gap towards my future objective (8inches). If I’m going to target 8 inches NBPEL, being 5.5 now, that’s going to be a big challenge.
I was speaking to a girl the other day. Seems like she saw at least few hundred dongs, judging by her profession. She was saying that 8 inchers are not uncommon, and she even saw a 10 incher once, with minimum 7 inches in circumference.
That being said, when she said 8 inches, she was referring to the visible size.
That makes me panic a bit, because there’s a long distance between my actual stats and my future goals.
Of course, we can report our gains in BP, even if 2-3 mm will never make a difference (hydration, warmth, diet will play their part when, so it could be tricky to attribute those very small gains to PE)
But the gains people will see, (wife, girlfriends, etc) and bounce back to our ego, is NBP.
And the fat pad layer will never disappear. Even if you are all athletes, you’ll still have half an inch of fat, most will have between 1 and 2 inches. Even if we think it’s a hidden size reserve, it’s not, because that’s the hardest area to remove fat from. So no visual impact, and not much to be done about the fat pad.
And yes, when those “perfect dick size for women” articles are published, make sure that those 8 inches of generous sausage, is Non Bone Pressed.
Yea but how valuable is this data from this one girl? So what if she saw hundreds of dicks? I doubt she actually measured them so she could easily be off by an inch or two. Maybe larger people are more likely to use her services so even if she measured, its not gonna be an accurate representation of the average guy.
The average is somewhere between 5 and 6.5 inches, but that’s average, witch means there are gonna be 10-15% who are bigger than that, but also 10-15% who are smaller.