Friday, December 28, 2012

Size Matters...

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As a man, have you ever felt inferior in size? Wishing you could grow a few more inches? Do you ever wonder if you can satisfy?

The real question is, do women think size matters? After all, it's your partner you're wanting to satisfy.

This is a question that can't be answered with a simple yes or no. As a woman, I can tell you that it's not just about the length or girth of the pole. It's how you handle the pole that matters most. Please take heed, don't let your size control how much of a man you are.

Here's a tidbit of information which I'm sure you already know. Women obsess about the size of their breasts (at least most women). We wonder if we are too small. Too saggy. Too this and too that. We've gotten this insecurity honestly. With all of the nice perky double D's on all of the magazine covers, what can be expected? When was the last time a woman with a large set of girls walked by and every man within a 100 ft radius didn't stop and stare? Okay...get my point? For men, at least their size isn't out for every one's view.

Let me ask. If you fell in love with someone but her breasts are not much bigger than mosquito bites would you change your mind? As a woman, if your man has a smaller package, would it be a relationship deal breaker? I'm going to guess the answer is no. It's like shopping at the jewelry store. The bigger diamond isn't always the best choice. It comes down to the clarity and the cut.

All breasts, regardless of size, do what they're intended to do. Same for the package. We dress up our size with sexy bras, added cups, bras with under wire...and so forth. And men, well, you need to learn to accentuate what you have. Work it with self-confidence.

To put your mind at ease, exactly what is the average size package? It's probably smaller than you think. 5 to 6 inches is considered average. Almost everything in life is simply that, AVERAGE. If you're a bit smaller, it's not the end of the world. If you're bigger, well, I guess you have bragging rights.

Take this into consideration...could a man and woman who are of equal sizes (package and vajay-jay) be the real deciding factor here? Women vary in sizes too. A woman who is smaller in "size" may get wide eyed and excited at seeing a larger member, but when it comes down to it may "feel better" with a man who is smaller. Just a thought...

Remember the old saying, "Better things come in smaller packages..." This rings true in certain situations.


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