One of the issues that I have always been in disagreement with is the belief that the only viable measurement for your penis is along the topside and bonepressed. I've have been trying to take my maximum measurements for a while now and I'm having trouble using the "traditional" measurement techniques. Why? Because I have an upward pointing/upward curved penis.... and by upward I don't mean 45 degree, I mean 90 degree angle. As in you can't pull my cock off my abs and belly button hardly when it is fully erect or it is painful. == Something to consider: Think of the letter " U ", then of an upside down " ∩" It is correct to say the regular U is longer on the bottom side (the outside) and that the upside down U is longer on the top side (still the oustide)... whereas regular U is shorter on the topside (the inside) and upside down U is shorter on the bottomside (again still the inside). Now look symmetrically at half of the letter at a time and relate that to an upward pointing penis (U) and a downward pointing penis (∩). It's not logical to say that upside down U (downward pointer) is longer simply because the "correct, bonepressed" measurement is going to be on the outside (already stated longer side) and the correct measurement for regular U (upward pointer) is going to be on the inside (already stated the shorter side) == Thoughts? == EDIT: I hate talking about a problem without a solution. My proposed solution to all of this fiasco is just to allow measurements from all sides of the penis to be considered accurate. Maybe an average of top, bottom and side would be the best.