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06-01-07, 11:51 PM #1
Study claims nearly half of all men are unhappy with the size of their willies
Men fear too small penis size
By EMMA MORTON
June 01, 2007
NEARLY half of all men are unhappy with the size of their willies — for no good reason, a study claims.
Researchers say there is no need to worry as 85 per cent of women ARE satisfied with their partner’s penis proportions.
The study found GIRTH matters more than length to 90 per cent of women. The 60-YEAR worldwide research — led by Dr Kevan Wylie of the Royal Hallamshire Hospital in Sheffield — analysed 12,000 willies and quizzed 50,000 adults.
The average erect penis was 5.5ins to 6.2ins long (14cm-16cm) and 4.7ins to 5.1ins (12cm-13cm) in girth.
The study defined a small penis as one less than 2.7ins (7cm) long.
The researchers found those with a “normal-sized” penis often mistakenly thought theirs was too small. Almost 40 per cent blamed their insecurity on watching porn as teens.
Medics warned lengthening methods do not work — and dismissed extreme measures such as hanging weights from your old feller, like Indian holy men, or getting a poison snake to BITE IT, like some tribes in Brazil.
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So your saying the rattlesnake in my closet was a waste of 50 bucks????
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