“Man is the Measure of all Things”
— Protagoras

Looks like the men in India aren’t sporting tomahawks. Vienna Sausage is more like it. No wonder the Indians were dominated by the British empire for hundreds of years. Indian men have no cojones. Full monty details are in this tiny link.

A survey of more than 1,000 men in India has concluded that condoms made according to international sizes are too large for a majority of Indian men.

I’m guessing that Indian men in America understand this already from selling so many rubbers at 7-11.

The study found that more than half of the men measured had penises that were shorter than international standards for condoms.

International standards? No way am I Googling that one ’cause you just never know. And it’s what you do with it, right? Right McCain.

It has led to a call for condoms of mixed sizes to be made more widely available in India.

Makes me wonder what dwarfs do. Just thinking out loud.

The two-year study was carried out by the Indian Council of Medical Research.

Probably by a group of women researchers laughing their asses off. Anyone remember Seinfeld’s “Shrinkage” episode?

Over 1,200 volunteers from the length and breadth of the country had their penises measured precisely, down to the last millimetre.

Anything for a buck in India I guess. And ya know, if they volunteered for it, that makes them the biggest to be found. So no doubt this survey is skewed stiffly upward.

The scientists even checked their sample was representative of India as a whole in terms of class, religion and urban and rural dwellers.

They took samples? And I thought scalping was bad.

It’s not size, it’s what you do with it that matters

We’ve covered this little boner already. My best friend told his wife the same thing.

The conclusion of all this scientific endeavour is that about 60% of Indian men have penises which are between three and five centimetres shorter than international standards used in condom manufacture.

The elongated version of the story is straight up here.

Please note that this is a continuation of an educational series on primitive cultures. This piece follows our expose yesterday titled What is “Scotland�? ?