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The measure of man

8 April 2011

According to the “World Map of Penis Size (worldwide)” data chart, Ecuadorian men (Ecuadorians?) have the largest average penis size in the hemisphere, followed by Colombians, Venezuelans and Bolivians.  Despite a popular myth that mestizo and indigenous men just don’t… ahem… measure up to more northern European types, the data chart shows Mexican and Guatemalans both outdistancing the gringos by a full inch (6.2 inches in Mexico, 6.1 in Guatemala).

The people that are usually considered the biggest dicks in the hemisphere are those from the United States, Canada and Argentina — and, in precisely the same order, their men have the least to brag about (5.1 inches for the U.S; 5.5 inches in Canada; and 5.8 inches in Argentina).  This either has some deep significance overlooked hitherto by the experts in foreign relations… or opens up the possibilities for some rather unusual pick-up lines:  “Did you know I’m part Ecuadorian?”

6 Comments leave one →
  1. Mary O'Grady permalink
    8 April 2011 6:48 am

    The most important question here is, were these research results based on self-reporting?

    • 8 April 2011 2:01 pm

      Somehow I can’t imagine USAnians claiming to have less stuff than the Canadians. And who ever heard of a modest Argentine?

  2. 8 April 2011 6:52 am

    Damn Richard….

    First you give me doubts about the giant shrimp I had for supper last night and now this?

    It must be Friday

  3. otto permalink
    8 April 2011 7:12 am

    mexico beats guat by a tenth of an inch, not an inch.

  4. El Chismoso permalink
    9 April 2011 9:23 am

    “The people that are usually considered the biggest dicks in the hemisphere are those from the United States, Canada and Argentina”

    (6.2″ – 6.1″) = 1.0″ – when you have the above opinion. Or maybe the math skills just suck?

    I wonder if Central African men were included in the survey?

    • 9 April 2011 4:37 pm

      Perhaps it’s your reading skills that suck:

      Mexico: 6.2″; Guatemala 6.1″; United States 5.1…

      6.2 – 5.1 = ? 6.1 – 5.1 = ?

      And while, of course, had you bothered to check the link, you’d see that a world survey does include central Africa, along with most other countries on Earth, the post was about data from the Americas… not surprising in a website dealing primarily with Mexico (a North American country) and secondarily with other countries in the Americas, and seldom mentioning African nations at all, except in relation to Mexican political and historical events.

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