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Discussion in 'Sex With a Large Penis' started by The_Young_One, Dec 7, 2011.
But is being thicker then a paper towel roll considered above average thickness?
Yeah, sure. In the US most paper towel and toilet paper cardboard cores have an outside circumference of right around 5 1/2" which is well above the mean or median adult penis girth.
well depends which country your in, the uk one are 6.5 inches in circumference.
here you go
If you just barely fit through, then you're solidly above average. If you can slip it in and shake it a bit, you're average. If you can put it through and spin it around, then you're a little thinner than most.
Too big to fit is more than one standard deviation above the mean thickness, which by definition is a thick dick.
If the UK tubes are 6.5", then if you cannot fit in that then you're as thick as the thickest dick I've seen measured on this site, which is gigantic.
If the ones in america are only 5.5 then Does anyone knwo where I can buy american rolls in the UK?
It would be nice to see something my dick doesnt fit in.
the shaft of my dick is a snug fit, but the head does not even come close to fitting in one
Yes, most paper roll cores are 5.5" circumference on the outside.
"The average circumference between 4.67" and 4.97". Both depending on how you interpret the data."
Mr. Average - The true story about penis size, from a site that isn't trying to sell you anything.
I may be a little slow...but how is that even possible to determine? If your head cant fit in how could you tell your shaft is a snug fit?
insert soft and then get hard, or you can split one in half and clamp around
Here's how I did it:
That almost looks painful.
That. I use toilet paper tubes, barely get past the head.
In the US.
I've always interpreted that as the 4.67", not out of optimism but just as the most reasonable point to take based on those data. The study quoted there is the Lifestyles one, where they just went and gathered volunteers to have their dicks measured. It's reasonable to assume that the smaller guys wouldn't volunteer, which would heavily skew the average but not affect the median nearly as much (they have about 300 in the study, so it's a good number of people for a body size study) which is the 4.67" measurement.
Interestingly, about 18% of men are under 4.25" girth, which people on this board think is extraordinarily skinny but is actually pretty normal. That percentage could be much higher too if more skinny-dicked guys would volunteer, and probably accounts for the much smaller girth measured in studies that didn't take volunteers. Only 8% of guys are >5.5" (too big for the tube), and that percentage would be less if they measured more little guys too.
The toilet paper tube test is also a good way to size condoms for yourself. The larger sized condoms are good for people who just barely fit and up.
In terms of preference, at least among women, I think you'll find it's a little big for some, perfect for many, and there are very few who would think it's too small.
thebetty here thinks it's too much for her:
"Toilet paper tube test**??" in Ask a Girl Threads - Webdate.com
If you check sex toy shops, which can be made to any size so give probably the best indication you can hope for of where preferences are distributed, the large majority sold are at 4.75" girth, which is spot-on average. There are plenty of slim ones (4" and less) that get sold to smaller girls and for anal (I feel no sympathy for any skinny-dicked guy who gets regular anal from his girl, lucky SOB) and the 'large' sized ones are usually 5.25-5.5 around. You'll find a few on the high end (6") and the majority of the comments are just people saying they're too big; a lot of those are gag-gifts or are really mushy so their measured girth is different from the actual stretch. Still, the ones who like the super-thick ones tend to _REALLY_ like them, so like everything it's a matter of taste.
there a million and 12 answers.............are you now enlightened?