Here is the example Left Pointing Penis for this blog entry.
Superimposed on this picture is the centerline of the pubic bone which is the path the penis would lie on if it was straight.
Only a very short section of the base of this penis lies along the centerline of the pubic bone.
The entire remainder of the penis is part of a curve to the left.
( This theoretical section is repeated for every example penis. If you have read this theoretical section in another example, you can skip over this repetition of the theory and go straight to the observations about the example penis on this page. )
Why does the penis in this example look like this? Is it genetics? Was this man born with a penis that is mostly straight?
According to Happeh Theory, an explanation for the direction the penis points can be provided by The Double Cylinder View of the Human body. According to the Double Cylinder View of the Human body, the human body can be treated as two cylinders located as shown in the picture below.
For this explanation, it is necessary to use an overhead view of The Double Cylinder View of the human body, as shown below.
The picture above shows the two cylinders of The Double Cylinder View of the Human Body side by side. There is a red rectangle sticking straight out from the center of the two cylinders. The rectangle is meant to represent the penis.
According to Happeh Theory, the direction of the penis is determined by the condition of the double cylinders. When each cylinder is in it’s normal and proper orientation that it is designed to be in, the penis should stick straight out from the body like the rectangle in the picture above.
According to Happeh Theory, masturbation will cause one or both of the cylinders in the picture above to rotate. Because the direction of the penis is dependent on the orientation of each cylinder, if the orientation of one or both of the cylinders changes, the orientation or direction that the penis points must also change.
There are six possible rotations of the two cylinders. Both cylinders can rotate the same direction as shown below.
The right cylinder can rotate to the right or the left, while the left cylinder remains stationary.
And the left cylinder can rotate right and left, while the right cylinder remains stationary.
Here is the example Left Pointing Penis again.
The penis in the picture above points to the left. In the previous examples of the possible rotations of The Double Cylinder View of the Human Body, both cylinders turning left causes the penis to point to the left, the left cylinder turning right makes the penis point to the left, and the right cylinder turning right makes the penis point to the left.
The picture below compares the example penis to the three possible rotations of the two cylinders listed above.
What the picture above is saying, is that the example penis is pointing to the left, because the two cylinders within the body have rotated in one of the ways shown above. A full body picture of the body a particular penis is attached to, is usually required to determine which of the cylinder rotations above is the one that forced the penis to point to the left.
One clue that can help determine which body cylinder has been changed is to note the fact the right foot is further forwards,
than the left foot.
The fact that the man’s penis points to the left and his left foot is to the rear of his right foot make it likely it is the left cylinder of the body that has changed. The left cylinder should be of a smaller diameter, because a decrease in diameter of the left cylinder would pull the left foot back from it’s equal position with the right foot, and a decrease in diameter of the left cylinder would make the penis curve to the left.
Other observations that can be made are that the body is slanted to the right rear,
while the feet slant to the left rear.
Those two observations might be confusing. If the left hip is to the front, shouldn’t the left foot also be to the front ? If the right hip is to the rear, shouldn’t the right foot also be to the rear?
Those two observations make perfect sense though if the left cylinder of the body did decrease in diameter. Since the left cylinder could be viewed as something that kept the foot separated from the back, any decrease in it’s diameter would bring the foot and back closer to each other.