What’s the difference between an average penis and a famous penis? Reading about about the average penis is perverse, while (supposedly) normal people pay huge amounts of money to see them, and then write about them (and secretly worship them).
Poor Napoleon. Nearly two centuries after his death, it has been confirmed that the French military and political leader had a “very small” penis, measured at a modest one-and-a-half inches. In what sounds like a very morbid, yet compelling, new Channel 4 series, Dead Famous DNA aims to find the
Little Donny was a character in a comedy sketch from the comedic troupe, The Upright Citizen’s Brigade, starring Amy Pohler.In the skit Donny was said to be suffering from magnimus-obliviophallocytis which caused him to have a large penis at a age.
First of all, we have to define what small really means and what statistics apart from any personal impressions and taste actually say: The flaccid size is irrelevant, some men have a rather small penis growing to enormous size when erect, on the other hand there are men with a rather impressive flaccid penis that just erects itself when
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Ding-A-Ling: This Penis Chart will give the inside line on who has what in those Leather Stage Pants! The groupies, teen friends and ex wives have seen it all.
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The Tip of the Iceberg Men who resent being circumcised We often hear “I’ve never heard of a man complaining about being circumcised!” Send them here and they won’t be able to say that again.
Reader question: “Why do all old statues have such small penises?” The reader who sent me this felt that it was a question that was maybe too silly for my blog, but – firstly – there are no questions too silly for this blog, and – secondly – the answer to this question is actually pretty interesting.