Thread: Using stats
- 11-03-2011 #1
I know there are various charts out there that say what below average to above average is for length or girth (and I know they don't all agree with each other). However, what I have never found is a chart that combines length and girth. By that I mean for example, if your length by itself puts you at the top 10%, and your girth puts you in the top 10%, I am quite sure that combined you are much higher than just the top 10%. There are guys with 8" long peckers that only have 5" of girth, and you have 6" guys with 6" girth. I would like to see a chart that would say where each of those guys fall regarding the combination of length and girth. Or do we have any math geniuses that can figure that kind of stat out?
- 11-03-2011 #2
Check out mraverage.com, the one whereyou put in your stats and it compares it to avg on a graph, it'll tell you by volume which is a combination of girth and length.Starting:9-8-2011
BPEL: 8 in.
MEG: 6.25 in.
BPFL: 6.5 in.
FL: 5.5 in.
BPFLS: 9 in>(!!)
BPEL: 8.562 in. (8+9/16)
MEG: 6.375 in.
- 11-03-2011 #3
Not the statistic I am looking for. If you are X" long you fall into a particular percentile compared to other lengths. If you are X" in girth you also fall into a particular percentile. What I haven't found is what percentile you fall into when you take both length and girth into consideration. Like I said above, if you fall into the top 10% for length, and you also fall into the top 10% for girth, you fall into an even higher percentage if taken together. Mr. Average looks at both yes, and it gives you an approximation for how much larger or smaller you are volume wise, but it does not give you an estimate for how many have more or less volume then you have.
- 11-03-2011 #4
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- Jun 2011
- Cleveland, OH USA
This is an excellent question, and one I have often wondered about. It relates to whether there is a correlation between length and girth. If there were a perfect correlation, then obviously being in the top 10% of one would necessarily mean being in the top 10% of the other. Based on what I've heard from women and what I've seen of people's stats here, there does seem to be a pretty strong correlation, albeit an imperfect one. At 7.1 bpel and 5.25 mseg, I have a pretty strong correlation myself, falling into about the 80% for both length and girth.
- 11-03-2011 #5
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