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I thought EF measured the circumference at the largest part of the dildo, am I mistaken? I'm not trying to debate you or anything, I'm just curious.
Psh, I'm not trying to talk the world into my point. I'm just expressing my opinion, and all are free to disagree.
I feel like bringing out an example to better illustrate my point.
Dildo A: A perfectly circular dildo with a diameter of 1.5", which gives it a circumference of 4.71".
Dildo B: A dildo that is in the shape of a perfect ellipse (oval) with a long axis width (biggest part of the diameter) of 2" and a short axis width of .5" (smallest part of the diameter). Granted, this is a very strange shape for a dildo, but for the purpose of this example it will do. This dildo will have a circumference of 4.58".
Dildo B seems smaller than Dildo A, but, in reality, more users will find its 2" much more difficult to insert than the simple 1.5" of dildo A. Likewise, somebody that prefers larger dildos would probably skip over dildo B despite it filling them more (at least, in a stretchy way).