I don’t think this thread helps at all, rather backs up my point.
I’m 6’1, I don’t class myself as tall (taking 5’11 as about average in US/UK). I’m above average, but not “tall”. Someone say 6’3+ i’d say was tall. My brother is around 6’6 and I’d say tall.
Taking that as given, i.e. anything under 6’3 isn’t tall to me, that is at least 8BPEL X 6 to be above average. However, at my brothers height, more 8.5x6.5, which is the point I orginally made.
Actually, your response to my threads precisely backs up my point. What is wrong with you is in your mind, not what is between your legs. Most guys have silly ideas about penis size because they have little to no experience seeing what other men are packing outside of porn. That’s why I created those threads since guys should have intuition about how tall other men are from being exposed to ordinary people daily in a realistic context (i.e., we don’t form our ideas about height from watching the NBA).
The fact that you can say that 6’ 1” is not tall shows just how far off your perceptions really are. The first thing to realize is that categorizations such as “tall” and “not tall” don’t exist outside your own mind. They aren’t objective features of reality, just classifications that you create for yourself and assign value judgments to. You are going wrong there on both counts.
Just how tall is 6’ 1”? The way to answer this in a sensible manner is to see how this stacks up relative to the height of other men. We need real data in order to do this: http://www.cdc. … hsr/nhsr010.pdf. If we look at Table 11 of that file, we find that the median and average (mean) height for US men 20 years age or more is 5’ 9.4” (176.3 cm). The UK figures (at ) are comparable (although slightly lower). So your first assumption that average height is 5’ 11” is wrong. You are not just above average, but considerably above average (at least one standard deviation).
Furthermore, from this table we also find that your height is between the 85th and 90th percentiles. If we linearly interpolate between these figures, your height comes in at just over the 88th percentile. That means that you are taller than 88% of men. Ask yourself this simple question: on any given day, how many men do you see that are actually taller than you? From these figures, we can see that you should be encountering roughly only one man in ten taller than you.
If being taller than roughly 9 in 10 men is not something you would consider tall, then the issue is clearly in your self-image. I am going to make a conjecture that your warped self-image is related to your inexperience with women (Ruz_ - Should I start using Escorts?):
I’m quite an inexperienced guy, I won’t go into the full details, but that is relevant to this thread.
If that’s the case, then it’s something you really need to work on. Otherwise no size gains will ever make you feel big.
This thread is a prime example of distorted perception. Goes to show that no matter what you have in your pants after PE, if you have penis size issues, making the unit bigger will not remove the underlying root of the problem.