trimming ruler

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just wondering, when i got my ruler (is the clear plastic type) i cut of the 1/8th of an inch of clear plastic before the "0" and im just wondering does ne body else do this or do u leave it there, cos if u left it there, u would be losing 1/8" of ur BPenis EnlargementL??
 
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stillwantmore

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It really isnt that big of a difference I mean comon a "whole" 1/8". LOL. Now, if we were talking about 1/4" sure. 1/8" is so small that you could go up or down on your length by that much just depending on how hard your erection is.
 

bigbutnottoo

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stillwantmore said:
It really isnt that big of a difference I mean comon a "whole" 1/8". LOL. Now, if we were talking about 1/4" sure. 1/8" is so small that you could go up or down on your length by that much just depending on how hard your erection is.
I understand, but disagree. I think that when it comes to measuring it is important to be accurate, both for psychological and productive reasons.

As far as mine, I dont cut it, but I add exactly 1/8" to the total. However, I need to find a ruler without the extra bit, because I need to VISUALLY see that 1/8". This is especially important if you are in between sizes.

For example, lets say your NBPL is 7 1/16".. but you use that ruler and all you see is 6 15/16" ( or 7" or 6 7/8"), but you get the point its the difference between being over 7" or being just 6-something. Even though you can add that 1/8", its important to see it.
 

bobbdobbs

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Yup, but most folks are probably smart enough to add 1/8 inch to their totals. The math isn't that difficult. :)
 

bigbutnottoo

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bobbdobbs said:
Yup, but most folks are probably smart enough to add 1/8 inch to their totals. The math isn't that difficult. :)

As I said, it has nothing to do with the ability to add. It has to do with the psychological ramifications of perception.
 

want_to_grow

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bigbutnottoo said:
I understand, but disagree. I think that when it comes to measuring it is important to be accurate, both for psychological and productive reasons.

As far as mine, I dont cut it, but I add exactly 1/8" to the total. However, I need to find a ruler without the extra bit, because I need to VISUALLY see that 1/8". This is especially important if you are in between sizes.

For example, lets say your NBPL is 7 1/16".. but you use that ruler and all you see is 6 15/16" ( or 7" or 6 7/8"), but you get the point its the difference between being over 7" or being just 6-something. Even though you can add that 1/8", its important to see it.
I agree.
 

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