Wanted: Test subject for new product

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  1. luvemlong_thick

    luvemlong_thick New Member

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    Start-up in the Portland, OR metro area seeks test subjects - both male and female - for a brand new never-before-seen product. Males must have a LARGE to GARGANTUAN penis as defined below.* Females must be large penis fetishists, aka size queens.

    Your involvement/participation level can range from merely looking at photos and answering some questions to engaging in sexual intercourse with inanimate and animate test subjects, depending on your comfort level.



    If you are interested, please contact me at the following email address and I will provide additional details.


    Thank you! We look forward to hearing from you.


    J. Loomis
    eloominator@yahoo.com






    * Since the ratio of length to width can vary considerably, determining overall size can be quantified by one of two methods :p surface area or volume. Both are equally valid, We will be using surface are being the easier to determine for the average persona. The formula for calculating Surface Area: (Circum. X Length) + (2 X pi [3.14] X Diameter). So for example in the EXTREMELY LARGE PENIS range you can have two penis' that have very different size characteristics say 8”X8”X2.75” to 11 X 6 X 2.25 but are identical in surface area. (81 sq in.).


    The average penis is 5.5” long and just under 5” in circumference with a 1.5” diameter. That calculates out at around 50 sq. in. A LARGE PENIS is 8” long with a circumference of 6” and a diameter of 2”. That calcs out at 60 sq. in. This is the MINIMUM we can accept. A VERY LARGE PENIS is 9” X 6.25” X 2.25”+ diameter. That calcs out at 70. AN EXTREMELY LARGE PENIS is one above 80 sq. in. Anything over 90 sq. in. is considered a GARGANTUAN PENIS.
     
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    What interestingly strange mathematics and even calculations. Circumference is 2 x pi x radius or diameter x pi.

    8 x 8 x 2.75 = 176
    11 x 6 x 2.25 = 148.5
    They are neither equal nor do they signify 81 square inches.

    What an engaging fantasy, too.
     
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    hmm... well, I am not a math expert clearly. Or at least I don't have the memory to remember all the possible equations. i just googled how to calculate surface area of a cylinder and that is the one I found: 2 pi r2* + 2 pi r height (or in our case length). Surface Area Formulas

    So apparently we were both wrong. circum. is irrelevant. So I will do it again for an 8x8x3: 2 X 3.14 = 6.28 x (1.5 x 2) = 18.84 + (6.28 x 8) = 69 or so. I hate to gloat but my original calc., while imperfect, was in the ballpark. Yours was not even in the same town.

    Yes, it could be a nice fantasy, i could even envision a porno with a similar scenario. Hmmm... that's an idea. film the testing and with the consent of the participants and release it. Brilliant! Thank you for the idea. Once the product is out on the market the video could be used as a kind of promotional thing. With any luck it will go viral. So, within the next year or so, I hope (fingers crossed) you'll be sitting on your coach or something and come across our product/video and say, "hey that's the math whiz! He wasn't shittin' me!"


    *Would not r squared be the diameter?
     
  4. brinzaulsschwul

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    MMMMMM I smell a con

    J. Loomis
    eloominator@yahoo.com

    Loomis and loominator mmmmmm (and yes I know people use family names in company names)

    @yahoo.com what a professional email account

    I would be interested on behalf of the community to see your ethics profile and to know who is governing this `research` for this `product`, who is funding it, what the basis of the `research` and `product`is and the expected outcomes

    Brinz
    who is not going to be conned by you
     
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    Hmm. 100% straight male who's name is "luvemlong_thick". Seems odd, no?
     
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    Brinz...: yes, company name - think G. Loomis (fly rods - sorry, pardon the pun :)

    As per your inquiry, Brinz, as it is a private company I am neither compelled nor obliged to provide the details pertaining to the research. Indeed, even if I was so inclined, company disclosure rules, esp. pertaining to product development would prohibit me from doing so.

    If you wish to learn about the expected benefits and usefulness of the product, I suggest you contact the U.S. Patent Office (Patent Pending).

    Voodoo...: I know - go figure. Maybe I'm just a closeted homosexual?
     
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