Size does not matter (much)

Ah. I am so tired stumbling every so often on stupid articles online about “size does matter” and “size does not matter” (on Digg.com, no less). Here’s the truth of it all to put the issue to rest: Size does not matter that much. But thickness does.

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mikesum32 wrote on October 16th, 2007 at 7:53 PM PST:

So that’s what that Jethro Tull song is about.


Ivan wrote on October 16th, 2007 at 9:17 PM PST:

What about this one: “It’s not the size of the board, but the motion of the ocean…”
Being a linguist, I’d say they use ‘size’ hyperonomically, referring to both thickness and length.
Let’s finish with another quote (from Good Will Hunting): “Love is not about finding someone who is perfect, but someone who is perfect for you!” I admit, they weren’t talking about constitution and build…


Michael Reed wrote on October 18th, 2007 at 12:33 PM PST:

A related point that is rarely if ever raised is that many men prefer the feel of a tight vagina. Obviously, the material of the vagina becomes less elastic and taught as the woman becomes older and as a result of child birth.

Obviously, this is not the woman’s /fault/ any more than it is the man’s fault if he has a small penis that some women find less satisfactory.

Maybe, in a few years time, women will start receiving emails telling them of a new miracle pharmaceutical or surgical solution to this problem.


Andrew wrote on October 18th, 2007 at 1:29 PM PST:

“It’s not the size of the board, but the motion of the ocean…”

I’ve always find that (and others like that) to be a cop-out that avoids answering the question, it’s a red herring. Skill being equal, I think most would choose 6+ over 4.


memsom wrote on October 18th, 2007 at 2:51 PM PST:

I have nothing to add to this conversation, other than the Captcha thingy said “hung Sportswear”, and that seemed quite appropriate 😉


Steve Hunt wrote on October 19th, 2007 at 8:47 PM PST:

I agree with Ivan, “Being a linguist, I’d say they use ’size’ hyperonomically, referring to both thickness and length.”. Thickness IS size.


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Eugenia wrote on October 19th, 2007 at 10:01 PM PST:

Yes, but most people are referring to length for this particular issue.


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