this may seem stupid but how do i measure it?
i no u use string around ur dick, but like wut part? head, shaft?
Girth
this may seem stupid but how do i measure it?
i no u use string around ur dick, but like wut part? head, shaft?
Generally, the shaft.
I've heard two different methods: one is to just measure whatever the thickest part of your penis is, and that's your girth, because the thickest part varies from guy to guy - for some, the thickest part is the head or glans, and for others the thickest part is the shaft or the base of the shaft. The other method is just to measure the midpoint of the shaft, but that may or may not be the thickest part of your penis.
I would have to agree with focus's second method. I always thought or considered that the "girth" measurment of the penis to be the thickest point of the shaft. In most men, I would say it was mid point of the shaft.
@shaddoww (not u roc) mid point of shaft.. think about it. if u measured the head and it was just a little narrower and then you went to roll down the condom.. it would suck if it couldn't go past the head wouldn't it?... (that's not really a question cuz i know it would suck. lolthe most reason (for me anyway) for needing to know my girth is to get a correct fitting condom... i used a wide paper strip and a marker. marked the meeting place then stretched it out on my desk and marked it at the ruler...LMAO then i had to ask ineligible wut the ruling was cuz i can't read a friggen ruler.
D C D B D C D A D C D B D C DThe lines have different lengths to help you figure out what lengths they represent. The shortest lines (D) represent an odd number of sixteenths of an inch. The next shortest lines (C) represent an odd number of eighths of an inch. The next shortest lines (B) represent an odd number of quarters of an inch. The next shortest lines (A) represent an odd number of halves of an inch. The longest lines (8 or 9) represent whole inches, and are numbered. The lines labeled 8 and 9 above mark points on the edge of the ruler that are eight and nine inches from the left-hand end of the ruler. All distances are measured from that same left-hand end of the ruler, which could be, but probably isn't, marked "0".The line halfway between them labeled A above marks a point on the edge of the ruler, which is 8 1/2 inches from the end. That makes sense because 8 1/2 is halfway between 8 and 9.The next shorter lines labeled B above are halfway between 8 and 8 1/2, and halfway between 8 1/2 and 9. The former one marks 8 1/4 inches, and the latter marks 8 3/4 inches. These make sense because 8 1/4 is halfway between 8 and 8 1/2, and 8 3/4 is halfway between 8 1/2 and 9. In the words of arithmetic,8 + ([8+1/2]-8)(1/2) = [8+1/4], ^^^^^^^^^ distance from 8 to [8+1/2]and [8+1/2] + (9-[8+1/2])(1/2) = [8+3/4]. ^^^^^^^^^^^ distance from [8+1/2] to 9Likewise, the next shorter lines labeled C above are halfway between 8 and [8+1/4], between [8+1/4] and [8+1/2], between [8+1/2] and [8+3/4], and between [8+3/4] and 9. They must therefore mark the distances [8+1/8], [8+3/8], [8+5/8], and [8+7/8], respectively.Finally, the shortest lines labeled D above are halfway between adjacent pairs of longer lines, and mark [8+1/16], [8+3/16], ..., [8+15/16].When I measure a distance, I put the "0" end of the ruler at one end, and then pick the mark on the ruler which is closest to the other end of the distance. The nearest inch line to the left gives me the number of whole inches. I then figure out whether this line is a 1/16 line (shortest), a 1/8 line, a 1/4 line, a 1/2 line, or an inch line. That tells me what the denominator of the fraction of an inch will be. From the inch line I count the lines the same length as my chosen one using odd number: "1, 3, 5, 7, ..." until I find my line. That tells me what the numerator of the fraction of an inch will be. I then combine the number of whole inches with the fraction to get the distance.Does any of this make sense or help?
technically... but it usually is the mid point on most men's penises
Does any of this make sense or help? Holy shit.. I'm an engineer and one look at that post and I was already confused. LOL