One thing is for sure: Size does NOT matter when it comes to population growth.....
It's Friday, and since you're all sitting around on your backsides waiting to head off to the pub, here's a challenge to fill a couple of dreary hours: just what interesting scientific conclusions can we draw from a comparison of the two following maps of breast size and penis length worldwide? Before …
Bra size can reasonably be mapped through analysing the sales statistics of Ladygarments but the size of a todger is surely anecdotal or a result of less than rigorous statistical recording. Funny that France and Italy have on average lager tackle than the rest of Europe. Bigging themselves up (literally), perhaps?
Condom manufacturers and distributors commissioned it. I've seen a report on it, about 50 pages, IIRC. There isn't that much data, but it's surprisingly detailed. They even go into how the girth varies along the length. They're generally more interested in the "width" than the length, of course, as it doesn't matter too much if a condom is too long. Width, by the way, means half the circumference in this context, in case you ever find yourself trying to interpret such data, because they measure the width of a condom as it lies flat.
That's definitely wrong in the nordic and slavic countries. The size of a todger tends to be related to height, so it's no surprise that oriental and asian men have slightly smaller todgers, but that doesn't apply to Russia, Denmark etc.
Breast size in the nordic countries tends to be smaller (at least in Norway and Sweden). Don't know about Russia etc, and I doubt the Russian/Ukranian pr0n I've seen is a particularly scientific way of knowing..
I second the request for a jub/todger ratio map, and will add a request for the jub/todger data to be cross-referenced with the countries' obesity rates, as I'm sure there's a bit of correlation especially in the former.
Now, off to the pub to verify the Canadian data... Or maybe I should wait 'till lunch?
Having lived here for a while, I can assure you that an average of an a-cup is well out. In fact I'm struggling to think of even seeing an a-cup for the last few years...
From viewings, I'd say on average larger than the UK, which I'd guess putting around C-D cup average.
But considering how many women don't know how to measure correctly for bras, and the fact that UK and european sizes vary when you get to the larger sizes (europeans don't have double measurements, DD = E, E = F etc etc), I'm guess lots of errors can come in.
When I was very young, I lived in West Africa and never realised that it was considered surprising, in some places, that nice girls show off their assetts.
I found out quite quickly when we came back to the UK and older kids would hit me for describing what I had seen! Maybe they are referring to the length of these items. Some were not a pretty sight.
That proboscis north of the Urals 'looks a bit like a thingy' in full readiness
Amazingly, as it's tip is in permafrost.
Yet that bit above the 'n' in 'Scandinavian' looks like it's about to become a serious mouthful.
Damn Ruskies....And damn you, Lester. I can never look at an atlas again with a straight face...!
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