Forget me. How could people, say, a foot apart in height be equal in any way without one of them looking like he belonged in a carnival?
I wear a size 12 shoe. I have a cousin who is a little taller who wears a 13. And another who is taller than him who wears a 14. Our family has genes for large feet.
I’ve seen guys my height who wear like a size 7 or 8. Different GENETIC factors.
Why would a taller person’s penis not increase with height? (Aside from the fact that some taller guys are under- endowed for their height).
You might be able to tell that i’m knowledgeable in sports because of some of the things that i post. Here is another: Michael Jordan is the ONLY male in his family who is over 6’ tall. His hands, feet, height, head, shoulder width, in short, everything is bigger/ larger than his father and brothers.
His GENETICS are the same as the rest of his family. His head looked just like his dad’s, just on a larger scale. For some reason, his chromosomes/ genes were ‘kicked up a notch’. It would be a cruel joke of nature for him to be 8-10” taller than the rest of his male relatives and have the same size penis.
As i said, i followed sports when i was growing up. I remember hearing of guys in the NBA wearing size 22 and 23 shoes (not all wore those sizes). Hell, Charles Barkley wears a size 16 and he’s only 6’4”. It only stands to reason that a tall man with genes for large feet will have larger feet than a man much shorter than him.
Don’t you think that there are tall males who are well-endowed for their height? Is there are a penis size limitation imposed by nature, that i don’t know about?
In the study that you cite, 78” and up males AVERAGE 7.1”. That was the AVERAGE. What would well-endowed be?
How tall was the tallest person in the study? What was the largest penis? What was the smallest? An extreme in either direction will change the average.
What i meant by, an empirical study can only find what it observes is this:
The study can ONLY find the penis size of the men who were WILLING to have their penises measured.The study itself admits that it was not definitive. The study admits that all groups were not represented equally.