According to an article on Inquirer.net, Filipino men have room to brag about their manhood among our ASEAN brothers, as they have been found to have an average sword length of 4.3 inches, which is the same length as the Japanese.
Burmese and Chinese men are .1 inch behind, while Thai, Cambodian, and Laotian men stay on the four-inch margin. Korean guys (from both North and South) can keep mum around Pinoy men regarding their shafts because they're the last on the list with only 3.8 inches.
But Pinoys should not feel entitled yet; Indonesian men (the shortest in height among the brood) are 4.6 inches strong, followed by the Singaporean, Malayasian, and Vietnamese males who have an average rod length of4.5 inches. Interestingly, the numbers reveal that height is not directly correlated to penis size.
In a study published last April 2013, however, women admitted to preferring larger males. The men in Congo can celebrate with joy and pride because they reign the shift stick battle with 7.1 inches. Germans are a far second at 5.7 inches, Australians can surf away at 5.2 inches, and American men are at five inches.
But always remember that it's not in size of the ship, but the motions of waves. Being satisfied doesn't lie on the size alone. Yes, it does help, but chemistry, right rhythm, and open communication will land you the homerun!
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