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Prepare yourself for a cold hard fact: the average erect penis in Britain is five-and-a-half inches long. We might not admit to it, but so much of our time is spent adding phantom inches when bragging about our bits on various dating apps or finding the perfect angle for a dick pic that makes it look just a little bit more impressive than it does IRL. But where did that notion of bigger being better come from?
W hen Leah Holroyd joined a dating site five years ago, the year-old noticed a lot of men had listed The Great Gatsby as a favourite book. Holroyd found him pleasant enough, but she was looking for a relationship rather than just friendship, and he only ever talked to her about authors. After a couple of weeks, the bibliophile said he would be visiting London where Holroyd, who builds online learning courses, was living.
Season two of New Girl begins with multiple endings, as Jess loses her teaching job and Schmidt says good-bye to his penis cast. Both of these changes require some major identity shifts: Jess will no longer be able to do what she loves for a living, and Schmidt will no longer be That Guy Who Showers in a Trash-Bag Diaper. The roommates seem just as happy to celebrate as he is, if only because this means the end to his rampant TMI. But then I grew up, and now I only want to make a drink that a coal miner would like.
If you've ever attempted to navigate the minefield that is online dating, the chances are you'll have received a dick pic. They usually come as a bit of a surprise, tend to be fairly early on in conversation, and normally give you all the clarification you need to sack the boy off because clearly he has no social skills. After all, how many women do you hear of who send photos of their vaginas to men they've only just met on Tinder?
You'd think the easy access everyone has to porn would make guys think about even hesitating before sending pics of their junk, but apparently not. One British woman, Samantha Mawdsley has demonstrated exactly how to deal with weirdos sending you x-rated pics. Samantha posted pictures of the conversation with the male who sent her an unsolicited picture and the results are glorious.
But hey I still love some good dick tho. Bisexual woman here, and I definitely find penises attractive. Dick pics are meh, but in person…guys, I never understood cock worship until I saw him naked for the first time.
Skip navigation! You know how it goes. You're chatting with some guy on Tinder, wondering if things will progress to a real date, and then, bamthere it is: a random, disembodied picture of his penis.
Got dick pics? A study by security firm McAfee found that 49 percent of Americans have sexted. To better understand the mind-set of why men Snapchat us these mini-masterpieces, we asked them.
This week, I also got a penis direct message on Twitter. It was from my friend Gina, who was worried that a penis direct messaging scandal might get in the way of our mission to get Fred Durst to direct message us a picture of his penis. I must say: though there are many far more important considerations, I hope that the takeaway from this Anthony Weiner snafu is not that men should stop sending pictures of their penises to women. Not only because this would throw a wrench in the contest and effectively end my social life, but because sometimes, penis pictures are great.