I’m not talking about women’s versus men’s clothing sizes either. A recent online dating experience has me pondering the question. A guy can ask “What size are your boobs?” and if we are inclined to answer, we can say 12B, 14D, 16DD and they have an instant visual of what they must look like, which is handy for them, correct? Thanks to our bra’s having tags, our size assessment can be verified.
But what about when a woman wants to know what the guy is packing? We can’t see it. It’s not on show like our boobs are. It’s just not fair. Where’s the equality? Have you ever asked a guy how big his penis is? Nine times out of ten you get ‘its average’. Then you get the others that say ‘I’ve never measured it, as long as it works I’m ok about it’. That’s all well and good, but a Mini Cooper still ‘works’ technically, but let’s face it, we’d all prefer a 528i BMW if we are going for mid-sized comfort & a Ford Bronco for good size versus power ratio!
Now imagine if men purchased underwear based on their size. You could stalk the isle of your choice! There could be Training cup ‘A’ for the North Koreans to the large ‘G’ cups for those Congo men. Imagine if we could ask them ‘what size ‘cup’ are you? And even funnier, if the ‘cup’ came padded for those circumcised heads that haven’t got that added protection, kind of like the gel inserts for bra’s. Would they go red faced or see it as a bragging yard stick? The Gods of underwear (and men) wouldn’t allow it. For most it would bruise their ego. But it would be closer to true equality, wouldn’t it? I can just see it now, men buying DD underwear to brag about whilst wearing the B cups in secret.
So I’ve done the research (some of it with willing subjects – wink) to provide you with the facts about ‘what is average’. But first there’s the official word on it:
The average erect penis size for Australian males is 15.7cm in penis length (approx 6 inches) and 13.2cm in penis girth (approx 5 inches) which is the circumference measurement and the true measure for thickness of the penile shaft.
That still doesn’t help does it? What constitutes ‘Australian’? We are a multicultural melting pot that are a genetic mix. And what if they are the rare ‘micro penis’? That can happen in any ethnic group and those poor buggers could have a penis of around 2 inches. Yikes!
Just for the fun of it, I have compiled the list of average size by country with the top place going to Congo at 7.06 inches and in 100th place is North Korea with 3.80 inches. Now we know why Kim Jong-un is such an angry little man!
Apparently there is NO scientific correlation between the size of a man’s hands, feet or height to tell you how big he is. This is grossly unfair! Our boobs are on show, they can ogle them any time they please and decide if we suit their preference for big or small boobs.
However, I have tested this theory over the years and know that whilst the hand size itself is no real indication, there is another measure of the hand that is fairly accurate. Here’s how it works:
Have your prospective lover bend their middle finger (rude finger) down as far as it will reach (see illustrations), then straighten it back to normal position. That distance is a fair indication of length when erect.
Try it out on some male friends, it’s always fun to see them close their eyes and imagine their own penis when hard. The reaction is usually ‘yep, that’s about right’.
So ladies, the options are: 1. Be brave and ask them straight out how big (or small) they are or 2. Do the hand test.
The final word on the subject is: Size DOES matter!