I asked on Facebook if size mattered, and amongst those who replied I have a three intriguing concepts which I am going to put forth to you to decide if size really does matter!
So, in this context we believe that the longest and largest penis would provide us with the greatest satisfaction. Which is not always the case because according to WebMD the average vaginal cavity is between 2.75 - 3.5 inches - where does the rest of his 6 inches go, if it can only accommodate half of this size? Personally, I have always banked on girth. As is the case with most girls, we think the bigger something is, the better it will be; a bigger refrigerator to store more food, a bigger walk in closet to fold away linen, bigger fruits picked from the shelves for more yield and a bigger buffet offers value for money. It’s in our nature to believe that the bigger something is the more value it will have in store!
What startled her even more was how pleasurable the sex was; naturally, they had to go through a few techniques until they figured which worked best for his size and her cravings. As we are told not to judge a book by its cover, one should not leap into despair at length. Girth is your friend. His physical abilities outshone his ‘shortcomings’ when she begged him to stop when she orgasmed five consecutive times.
So, for girls who seek the largest éclair (have I ruined éclairs for you now?), maybe your trust should lie in the hands of the baker instead of the product; an experienced baker would know exactly how to knead your dough. Yeah, I’m smiling as I say this out loud.
SCENARIO 02:I like to believe that couples’ bodies adapt to each other when you grew closer and you do eventually fall in love; I started believing this because of Boyfriend 3 who would swear my arms adjusted to accommodate him while watching TV. Before I go any further, I would like to challenge anyone who has ever heard anyone said, "His penis is four inches long and I love it".
In all my years, I have never heard of anyone complain of size in the face of love. The reason for this, as I see it, is because love tends to hide flaws, and when you’re in love, everything else is irrelevant. You tend to succumb to a thinking pattern along the lines of ‘Sure, he has no Amazonian anaconda in his pants, but he does things with his tongue that are too good to be true’, and naturally when you are in love all flaws are insignificant.
I hate to ruin sausages for you too, but sometimes when you’ve made an effort to acquire one, the chances are that you’re not going to be finding
faults with it. If it’s going to serve the ultimate purpose of vanquishing hunger maybe the presentation doesn’t matter as much.
When someone outside my circle starts a conversation with "Oh, he had the biggest-" I sometimes stop them midway to ask what their comparison is based on; essentially, how big a slut are you to have seen so many for you to make a comparison. Sometimes, when you have nothing to else to fall back on, people would resort to any means to make their stories far more interesting than it appears. No Barbies, no stories, no friends, comprendēs?
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(10 April 2015)
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References : Worth, T., 'Does Vagina Size Matter?', Women's Health, www.webmd.com ; Retrieved on 09 April 2015 from http://www.webmd.com/women/features/vagina-size