“Fancy scientific study proves that ladies love a well-endowed man” links

Fancy scientific study proves that women prefer big dongs. There’s data! [Bossip]
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Gen. John Allen was the one boning the Florida socialite. [Gawker]
Chris Brown wants to play Christian Grey in 50 Shades. NO. [ICYDK]
Bjork has a new music video! Wouldn’t you love to see her in jeans? [OMG Blog]
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Leighton Meester’s new short hair is adorable. [Celebslam]
George Clooney doesn’t want to go to any of the weddings involved in the Uncool Bermuda Triangle. [Dramarama]
Selena Gomez’s big breakup dilemma: should she unfollow Justin Bieber on Twitter?! OMG, you guys. It’s so epic. [Amy Grindhouse]
Anne Hathaway’s SNL spoof of Homeland. [Yeeeah]
Blind item! Yeah, I think it’s Ashley Greene & Kristen Stewart. [CDAN]
Selena Gomez has a clothing line at K-Mart? [INFDaily]
Snooki dyed her hair. She went for Manic Panic pink/red. [Seriously OMG WTF]
Kim Kardashian could have gone to jail! It’s boring though. [PopBytes]
Rachel Ray cares more about animals than people. No shade for that, really. [Limelife]
Behind-the-scenes of Blake Lively’s Gucci shoot. [Life & Style]
Tamara Eccelstone covers Loaded. Budget Megan Fox. [Hollywood Rag]
Sign a petition to get Donald Trump kicked out of Macy’s. [Bitten & Bound]

 

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  1. Jenna says:

    Did there really need to be a fancy scientific study though? I doubt: “It’s not the size that counts, it’s how you use it.” would’ve come to light if it weren’t. :P

  2. lori says:

    Liam: the benchmark of dongs. Bless him!

  3. skuddles says:

    They needed a fancy study to figure that out??

  4. Reece says:

    And how much money was spent to figure that one out?

  5. Tiffany27 says:

    I had a HUGE one once. I had to call off work the next day. I prefer a nice normal size.
    But I can’t do the little, it feels like you’re trying to tickle me.

    • Jen34 says:

      There is such a thing as too big, right?

    • victoria says:

      Tickle me… BAHAHAHAHA best line ever

    • sardinia says:

      Good God, I would consider 5 inches smallish. My workmate agrees. If you hurt during sex then he clearly doesnt know what hes doing. A canal elastic enough to allow passage of a baby can accomodate a larger dong if you are self-lubricating and doing your Kegels ofcourse. Maybe he needs to work on his ryhthms?

      Anway I used to be in the “smaller column” until I met a guy who turned my world upside down. Now that was a man. A manly man.

      Which makes me think that size is often more than just about great sex. Theres a pyscological component that grades masculinity alongside penis size. Thats probably why guys are so obsessed with size. Same way feminity is often graded by breast-waist-hip ratios, think Jessica Rabbit et al.

      • Tiffany27 says:

        My friends said the same thing. They think he just didn’t know what he was doing that’s why it may have been so painful. Also if I’m not completely relaxed my biscuit tenses up a little. Still, I think he was little TOO big.

      • Jenna says:

        Well 5inches is what most men have and is the average. From then on fewer and fewer men have 6inches and 7inches. Largest is 9 inches and that would be a bitch to handle; too painful.

      • Chatcat says:

        Ok so how many of us have now taken our ruler’s out of our desk drawer and placed them in front of our keyboards for this conversation? LOL :)

      • Minty says:

        Geez, you and your workmate sound like size queens, because 5 to 5 1/2 inches is considered to be the average length. A really small one, like under 3 inches, is called a microp*nis. Very long ones are uncommon, so I don’t know where you are finding them. The vaginal canal can expand in width, not length. That’s why girth and thickness are more important than length. Anything too long can’t be accommodated and so it’s hitting your cervix, which means the sex is uncomfortable, if not painful.

  6. danielle says:

    Whoa – who knew the political gossip would be better than celebrity gossip – the whole CIA/General scandal is crazy. The “Florida socialite/military party planner/Kardashian look-alike” is married, having an affair with a general, flirting with the CIA director, has an FBI agent using resources innappropriately….sounds like a real piece of work. They all sound pretty awful.

    • Esmom says:

      I know. I can’t even imagine what icky details we will find out next. The fact that this “Florida socialite” was a “volunteer host of military parties” sounds so creepy and sketchy to me.

      Jon Stewart took issue with some pundit who said the whole scandal was sounding like “Homeland.” He said it’s more like “Melrose Place.” So true!

    • videli says:

      Gawker has a badly needed flowchart of who emailed/humped/denounced whom.

    • Me Too says:

      Whoa girlfriend! I think while both women in this story sound like people I would probably not like, I find it interesting that we’re all going after them in this story more than the 3 men who were all in positions of pretty big responsibility–positions that actually affect our country– Petraeus is DIRECTOR of the CIA, for God’s sake. Allen is the top general in Afghanistan. I have brothers over there. The fact he has time to email the socialite in Florida as much as he did makes me wonder how many brothers and sisters have died while he was flirting with Ms. Kelley. Finally, the FBI agent Ms. Kelley asked for help from initially was sending her photos of him shirtless.

      I think instead of blaming these women, we should be looking at these 3 men and how they’re spending their time. My tax dollars and yours are paying their salaries. And, again, I have 2 brothers in the Navy and the Army and between the 2 of them, they’ve served 9 tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan. Shame on Petraeus and Allen!

  7. HappyJoyJoy says:

    Surprising absolutely no one.

  8. jani says:

    @amelia – Couldn’t agree more. All this talk about big dongs makes me cross my legs and cringe a little. I dated several too well endowed men. It was painful and difficult for my hands, mouth and biscuit. Killed the relationships. I like nice average or even slightly smaller than average dongs. Easy, breezy, painless fun for me.

  9. dahlianoir says:

    My husband is average so I’ll never know
    :(

    don’t tell him i said that LOL

  10. themummy says:

    Well, what are we considering average here?

    I’m just curious..

    • Minty says:

      Depending on the study and the country sponsoring it (which tends to rank its own men as having the largest average size – *rolls eyes*), the range is about 5 to 5 1/2 inches, erect. Which is A-OK, unless you’re one of them size queens.

      • Issa says:

        Which according to this study most of are size queens.

      • Minty says:

        @Issa:

        Yeah, I read the link. The study is pretty low in importance, considering those Scottish psychologists interviewed only 323 women. In a world of billions, that low sample is hardly conclusive.

        Sure, there are plenty of size queens and there are plenty who are not. There are enough examples on this thread alone that show some women found their experience with a long one to be uncomfortable and unsatisfying (you can count me in that group).

        Way below average is not great, either. But if a guy is romantic, regulary affectionate, has technique and other skills, then these more than compensate for some perceived deficiency in length. Although, if we’re talking about measurements, it’s girth that makes the difference. Long and skinny is a joke.

  11. natalina says:

    Jon Hamm and Liam are supposed to be well-endowed?? lol, how do we know this?? anyone else who is known to be packing?

  12. themummy says:

    Liam. ::swoon::

    Well-endowed Liam? ::SWOON!!::

  13. judyjudy says:

    I enjoy some girth but if it’s too long and hits my cervix I’m an unhappy lady. I think ladies all prefer a bigger dong but that size is relative to each individual biscuit.

  14. Waldemar says:

    You can have a lot of fun with a nice thick 5 inch-er and a pencil thin 7 inch is like playing with spaghetti.

    All I am saying is, the length of the dong isn’t the only important thing.

  15. Ryan says:

    My last one was a girthy 8-9 incher. I don’t think he was able to go all the way in, though. He has ruined other dudes for me. I’m “dickmatized,” as Michael K would say.

  16. HappyJoyJoy says:

    A very wise woman once said to me: You ain’t gotta touch the ceiling, but you GOTS TO scrape the walls!

  17. Jay says:

    I hope I don’t offend by offering a straight guy’s thoughts on the matter, but as someone of “average” size I always hoped that, because we didn’t rely on the size being enough to satisfy women, we developed other talents more well endowed guys might not have felt necessary to learn. :)

  18. Trashaddict says:

    Hmm, nobody has mentioned hands in all of this? Quoth James Bond, “that’s because you know what I can do with my little finger”…..

  19. busy ramone says:

    If Rachel Ray cared more about animals than people she wouldn’t make such stupid remarks about vegetarians and veg food in her cookbooks and on TV and she probably wouldn’t saturate her recipes with every animal product imaginable.

  20. jc126 says:

    I once had some contact with one that was porn star size. I couldn’t have accommodated it. No. Way.
    Then an ex, whom I screwed up the relationship with, was the perfect size. Large, yes, but more importantly a great lover on my wavelength emotionally and we had similar speeds and so forth. Chemistry counts for so much, more than mere physical attributes.

  21. Mew says:

    Then I wouldn’t be a lady but I prefer to think that I know better what I want.

    I think part of it’s psychological (for both of them) and part of it is how to use it. The fact is that woman’s insides is only that long and not longer than that. It’s useless to have extra long ding when most of it stays unused.

    And the fact that most sensitive areas of woman’s downstairs are actually on the surface or very close to it.. the bottom part near womb feels nearly nothing.. or do you constantly feel the lovely feeling of having tampon inside you?

    What’s the point of these constant “researches” about men preferring huge breasts and women preferring extra long longfellows? I start to think it’s just a society’s way of trolling and upkeeping gender war and insecurities.

  22. neema says:

    The obvious flip side to this is that the requirements for penis size amongst women is directly proportionate to how androgenic they are.

    As estrogen is associated with hypersensitivity disorders, and epilepsy, testosterone is associated with the opposite.

    Men have less nerve endings down there than women do because of testosterone.

    So while some women might brag about needing a giant dong to get off, that often translates to being less estrogenic, and effectively, more male.

  23. greenraygirl says:

    Am I too late to ask for advice on this very subject?
    I have recently started dating a man, a long-standing friend actually, who has many qualities I find deeply erotic – intelligence, humour, sensitivity, a wild streak – however the one and only glimpse I took of his vertical member is now seared on my retinas.
    A slightly pointy pink crayon.
    I shut my eyes throughout on the next occasion.
    He has fallen deeply and passionately in love with me. Which, sigh, is very nice. I thought I had fallen for him too, but now – MAINLY ON ACCOUNT OF THE CRAYON – I am having second thoughts.

    While I can imagine meeting him for a drink, flirting, enjoying the conversation, feeling attracted to him (but not searingly so)and can picture myself going back to his place . . . at that point I start feeling rather tense and wincing a bit. Then the scenario evaporates.
    And I Think Pink.
    Eeek.

    What do I do next?
    What, if anything, do I say to him?? A dear friend, through thick and thin, of almost twenty years!!!

  24. Chrissie Malcolm says:

    Minty … male or female? Seems to have a lot to say for girth and against length.

    Anyway, back to Liam and all the other well-endowed men out there, we salute you.

    Being married to one (girth and length, Minty) I would also like to say a slow, satisfied thank you!