What’s “perfect” really depends on the woman. I remember hearing an interview with Diane Keaton where she said she did a scene with Tom Cruise in which he had his shirt off. She said she felt so strange around him—he was just too buffed and shiny for her middle-aged sensibilities.
“Perfect” for her would be someone perhaps a little less fit and radiantly beautiful.
Originally Posted by LampwickJack Nicholson.
Jack Nicholson is radiantly beautiful?
Oh, I see… He’s less radiantly beautiful…
Still, most women find him sexy because of his attitude more than anything else.
No “buts” need to follow, if there is a relationship (as you already admit) then it follows that it’s an element that can make the crucial difference for all other factors that also have a relationship. A “chain is only as good as its weakest link” sort of philosophy.
That is extremely faulty reasoning. Just because something is an element doesn’t necessarily make it a critical element. We may not be dealing with a chain here.
In fact, particularly if we are talking about women and their preferences, the way these are prioritized has to do with a variety of inter-relationships, not a linear paradigm at all.
I expected that you would admit to the relationship otherwise I would scratch my head and wonder why you were a member of Thunders in the first place?
People do that all the time. There are a lot of good reasons for being a member at Thunder’s, many of them have nothing to do with dick size.
My own interest in PE has to do with personal ego (and therefore also insecurity), scientific possibility, and that I’ve discovered it’s just plain fun to play around with my dick.
I think that most women don’t need perfection in a lover. They want comfort, companionship, and pleasure. Any dick within a reasonable range will do. A truly “perfect” dick could be a turn off to a woman coming to grips with her own imperfections.
Also, and I slightly hesitate to say this, there is such a thing as “good enough” when it comes to sex. An orgasm feels good and satisfies the body and spirit. Becoming a “perfect” partner when you’re already pretty damn good doesn’t offer much additional benefit. One might be better off adopting a different goal, like reading a good book.
I think this can be true for women and men.
And I have to say it is very elegantly stated.
Before: I'd like to show you something I'm very proud of, but you'll have to move real close.
After: I\'d like to show you something I\'m very proud of, but you guys in the front row will have to stand back.
God gave men both a penis and a brain, but unfortunately not enough blood supply to run both at the same time. - Robin Williams (: