How heavy is your cock?

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  1. Imported

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    cegro27: Is it heavy enough that you can easily feel the pull of gravity on it or not? When it's semi-erect/fully erect, does it bounce around quite a bit when you walk?
     
  2. Imported

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    huge: I don't think my penis is heavy enough to feel gravity. To answer your second question, yes, when my penis is semi-hard, it does bounce when I am walking.
     
  3. Imported

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    3XL: Actually, mine's massive enough to generate it's own gravational field.

    Geesh, what kind of a question is that?
     
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    I never thought much about its effect on gravity until the day I was on a scout troop hike. It seems that the scoutmaster took out his mapping paraphernalia to verify our route while the rest of us took a leak at the side of the trail.

    When I whipped my dick out, the scoutmaster's compass went haywire. :unsure:
     
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    Actually, all matter does; it just happens it's generally a very small gravitational field compared to a planet.
     
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    when i am hard an walk my penis moves left and right, think everyones does the same. don't quote me on that.
     
  7. Imported

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    3XL:
    Actually, all matter does; it just happens it's generally a very small gravitational field compared to a planet.
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    :angry: Well yes of course!
    But correct me if I'm wrong, I think that a 290 lb man generates a field too small for our instruments to measure... certainly it's too small for us to naturally perceive without instruments. And I suspect my cock is something less than my full body weight too.

    ooops sorry I used pounds, and that's not truely a unit of mass is it? Pounds are actually a unit of force. But given we are talking about earth's gravity well at sea level, 290 pounds of force is generated by 638 Kg of mass.

    oh oh... I forgot to use the right significant figures in my calculation&#33; Since I wrote "290" instead of "290." you&#39;d have to conclude from reading my paper, that the last zero is not significant, and therefore I am reduced to 2 significant figures leaving me at 640 Kg. <_<

    So if anything, I&#39;ve proved that if you have to explain a joke, it wasn&#39;t funny :lol: &#33;
     
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    :angry: Well yes of course&#33;
    But correct me if I&#39;m wrong, I think that a 290 lb man generates a field too small for our instruments to measure... certainly it&#39;s too small for us to naturally perceive without instruments. And I suspect my cock is something less than my full body weight too.

    ooops sorry I used pounds, and that&#39;s not truely a unit of mass is it? Pounds are actually a unit of force. But given we are talking about earth&#39;s gravity well at sea level, 290 pounds of force is generated by 638 Kg of mass.

    oh oh... I forgot to use the right significant figures in my calculation&#33; Since I wrote "290" instead of "290." you&#39;d have to conclude from reading my paper, that the last zero is not significant, and therefore I am reduced to 2 significant figures leaving me at 640 Kg. <_<

    So if anything, I&#39;ve proved that if you have to explain a joke, it wasn&#39;t funny :lol: &#33;
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    *walk&#39;s away from the computer confused.*
     
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    I&#39;m getting an image of a penis with tiny moons orbiting around it.
     
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    I&#39;ve got the orbs, but they aren&#39;t tiny. :p
     
  11. Imported

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    cegro27:
    Well you&#39;re right 3XL, the (joke?) was definitely not funny... <_<
     
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    Err. . . . No. At 9.8 m/s^2, 130 kg produces approximately 290 pounds of force, or 1.3 kilonewtons
     
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    3XL:

    Wups&#33; you are right, my constant was inverted&#33;

    Where is the egg on the face icon?
     
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    Wups&#33; you are right, my constant was inverted&#33;

    Where is the egg on the face icon?
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    Glad to see there are other scientists here. Both of you realize that String Theory will change all these calculations slightly.
     
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    Hi

    Yes my bundle moves from side to side when I&#39;m walking / running / jumping etc. I&#39;m not sure how to weigh my toolbox but chicks do gravitate towards it&#33; I didn&#39;t get the joke?

    -_-
     
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    All kidding aside, I have thought about this and come to the conclusion that we first need a standard to which we can compare the weight to. Why don&#39;t we use the standard battery as our comparison? For instance in the flaccid state my little guy is about as heavy as a AAA battery. At that size, no I do not feel it during the day. At that size, yes it bounces on top of my right nut.
     
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    When I was growing up I went to a private boarding school for boys. I had only just starting reaching puberty when I went there and was very confused and naive. The school nurse, who was studying to become a priest, used to take measurements. He became all excited one day when I went to see him because he had received these scales that normally weight babies. He used to weight my cock, then my balls and then he would weight them both. I thought all the guys got the same treatment. He used to write down the weight etc. and keep notes. He used to make me cum and say he needed samples. Sometimes, after I came he would re-weight my cock and balls. I&#39;ve had guys since then worship my cock and liked to weight it as well.
     
  19. Imported

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    3XL:
    Woa&#33; If it comes after the Bohr model of the atom, I really don&#39;t want to get that deep&#33;
     
  20. jonb

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    Well, if there were a way to test string theory, I would support it. And quantum mechanics has nothing to do with 300-pound objects.
     
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