Don't know what the abbreviations stand for? Don't worry, read on! Let's look at the numbers:
If we calculate Days Per Load, we divide 365 days 108 and get 3.38 , or divide Loads Per Day, and get 0.296. Looking at it another way, I dumped a load every 3.38 days, or dumped 0.296 loads each day. Note that these numbers didn't include "Wasted Loads." If we calculate Days Per Wasted Load (DPWL), we divide 365 by 49 and get 7.44, or Wasted Loads Per Day (WLPD) we divide 49 by 365, and get 0.134. In simpler terms, I went 7.44 days between J/O sessions, or dumped 0.134 loads per day, if counting only times I jacked off. For a Total Days Per Load (TDPL) we divide 365 by 157 and get 2.32 or Total Loads Per Day (TLPD) we divide 157 by 365 and get 0.430. So, according to these numbers, I dumped a load every 2.32 days, or 0.430 loads each day. These figures are derived by adding "Loads Given" (108) and "Wasted Loads" (49).