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Oh Yes! Size Matters In A Relationship

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Believe it or not, our p8nis preferences change depending on the situation. According to a recent study, women prefer slightly larger than average p8nises for both casual s8x and long-term relationships (no huge surprise there, right?). But here’s the kicker: When it comes to a one-night-stand, women prefer something even bigger—in girth, not length! It turns out size is important in relationships at least on this dimension…

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Is your EGO the size of a Winnebago? If so, try parking it at the door.

Egos often develop to an unwieldy size from trying to win out as the alpha male with a showy, expensive convertible. Let’s face it, sizable egos are tricky to work around. Guys, you are demanding attention to feel good about yourself, typically from your partner and often for no good reason. A large ego makes you oppressive and overbearing, full of fluff with an unfounded, inflated sense of self. Picture the guy who auditions on Nigerian Idol and believes he can win, though he can’t sing a note and never rehearses. He is blind to his lack of talent because in his head he believes he is a star just waiting to be discovered. Compare him to the guy who has an incredible voice but doesn’t fully believe in himself and his talent.

In order to have a successful relationship, you don’t need an incredible voice. Nor do you need to be showy about the value you bring to the table. All it takes is the ability to feel good without unreasonable demands for attention from your partner.

So basically I think guys are so into this big p8nis thing because of there EGO read below what some women think

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Well in addition to the above point, I spoke with few women to hear their view about the issue of the size and it was quite interesting how we all see it. Well here is the fact, 84 percent of women are just fine with what their partner has. In fact, the people who seem to be the most concerned with p8nis size are men, as if a smaller p8nis suggests he’s less manly, and to attain excessive manliness one must have a gigantic d*ck ― something most women don’t even want.

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Don’t get me wrong. A big p8nis size does matter to some women, but there are less of those women out there than there are women who think your p8nis, yes, your slightly below average, mildly crooked p8nis is just fine. For us, it’s more about how you use it and where you can excel in other areas, because intercourse is just one part of s8x; s8x encompasses so much more.

To see how real life women feel about p8nis size, I asked some to share their thoughts on the size debate. Here are what few women had to say about p8nis size…

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“I’d like to say it doesn’t, but it does to an extent. However it’s less length and more girth?”

“I never thought size mattered until I was with someone with a HUGE p8nis and having s8x became unbearable. Since then I’ve felt that size really makes a difference.”

“Yes, it matters, but only if it’s too big. That shit hurts! Plus, guys with big d*cks tend to rest on that and not actually put much effort in to pleasing their partner because it’s like, ‘I have a big d*ck, what else do you want?'”

“No, because good s8x is much more a result of healthy emotional connection than body part size.”

“P8nis size doesn’t really matter that much to me, since penetrative s8x feels good, but isn’t the end all be all. In all honesty, larger guys usually hurt a lot more. I’d say it’s more about the size of a man’s tongue, if you know what I’m sayin’. (Oral s8x is KEY.)”

So ladies what do you think? Does the size really matter to you? Drop your comment below.

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