Penis Size and Geography
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who has the biggest penis of them all?
Hey, wake up buddy, this is 2011. They didn’t have the internet when who ever came up with the whole concept of nursery rhymes wrote that catchy little ditty. Wanna know where the big ones are? And how you stack up against your fellow country men? Seek and ye shall find:
The good news for Africans is that, according to this map (and we all know that online maps never lie!), they’re pretty well-endowed. With an average penis length of 7.1 inches (17.3 centimetres for you metric folks), the Democratic Republic of Congo has the biggest in the world. Ghana’s at 6.7 inches, and Cameroon’s at 6.5.
And there are some happy ladies (and men) in South America. Ecuador sports an average penis length of 6.9 inches, with Venezuela and Colombia both at 6.7.
The good ole’ USA? We’re at 5.1 inches (12.9 centimetres). Our neighbours to the north are slightly bigger, at 5.5. The United Kingdom and Australia weigh in at 5.5 and 5.3 respectively.
On the other end, there are countries that could use a little help. India, Thailand and Cambodia each sport a smaller-than-average 4 inches. And the title for country with the world’s smallest average penis size? South Korea, at 3.8 inches (9.66 centimetres).
Remember though that there are always exceptions. These are average sizes, and you can bet a shiny new Hyundai that South Korea boasts the odd 9 incher just as you’ll find cases of micropenis in Congo.
This list isn’t meant to be condescending either. There’s enough of that in the world without using this map as an excuse to gloat. Penis size matters, for enjoyment of sex and self-esteem. Got a smaller-than average penis? Don’t stress about it – deal with it. ProExtender System is a convenient and clincially proven method to increase penis size. What’s more, it’s used by doctors in 29 countries, both in public and private health care systems, for size and to fix curvature.
Or you can just move to Congo.