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'Size Matters' references in society

Originally Posted by drilla9
Great post Para-Goomba..:thumbs:

Agreed. Let us know when you will be publishing a book.


The great elm.

Originally Posted by Norsey

*Back in the 90’s there was the minor dance hit “Short Dick Man”

Don’t want to ruin this thread with off topic shit, but that song was funny as hell.

— The South Park movie was entitled “Bigger, Longer, Uncut”

— In Caddyshack, when Rodney Dangerfield first goes to Bushwood, he is in the locker room meeting some members of the club. A few come out of the shower and he is introduced to Mr. (name). He goes, “Oh, hello Mr. (name)” and while looking down at his dick he continues, “or should I say Mrs.?”

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Obviously, the fact that a gag gift like this exists is testament to the fact that being small is regarded as “derogatory.”


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Originally Posted by 8-Ball
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Obviously, the fact that a gag gift like this exists is testament to the fact that being small is regarded as “derogatory.”

Well, practically every penis size joke in movies, tv shows etc is based on the “big = good, small = bad” premise. And everyobody gets the joke (except for small children, I guess), nobody is scratching their head wondering what penis size has to do with anything..

It’s actually quite funny how hypocritical society still really is even today.

From how I see it, the core of the issue with penis size reference is a direct relation to masculinity.
People using a small penis joke as an insult are basically saying you are less of a man. Equating the size of the penis to the relevance of masculinity and the identity of who you are as a man or what makes you a man. Calling into question the worth and value of your masculine identity.

Then, on that same token, to “appease” men’s egos; you hear that cliche that size does not matter.

Now, if you think about that logically, if size does not matter, then why would penis jokes be so prevalent today? If it were not attempting to directly insult your masculine identity?

Very much how many insecure men will insult other men by calling them gay and using other derogatory gay-related insults. Then on the flip side all you ever hear is acceptance and tolerance and “I don’t have a problem with gay people, but… blah blah blah.”

If that were true, then why would insecure men use “gay” as derogatory insult?

It all boils down to the same thing, small penis is equal to being less of a man.
Just like to many ignorant people, being gay is equal to being less of a man.

You just have to shake your head and laugh sometimes and realize how foolish the bullshit of our society, why the hell would I care what some idiots think if this is the shit I hear coming out of their mouths?


The great elm.

Nice post ellm.

I’m going to try an experiment to see how many ‘Size Matters’ references I can find in the media in a week starting from today. I reckon I should find at least one a day..


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I don’t remember exactly where I read this, but during some summer olympics (I’m guessing the ones in Barcelona 1992, possibly Atlanta 1996) the British press was making a huge deal out of how big Linford Christie’s package looked in those tight shorts, to the extent that he complained about it taking away focus on his actual performance in the games. It sounds pretty weird, maybe someone from the UK can confirm..

Originally Posted by Norsey
I don’t remember exactly where I read this, but during some summer olympics (I’m guessing the ones in Barcelona 1992, possibly Atlanta 1996) the British press was making a huge deal out of how big Linford Christie’s package looked in those tight shorts, to the extent that he complained about it taking away focus on his actual performance in the games. It sounds pretty weird, maybe someone from the UK can confirm..


Yes that’s true. I remember ‘Linford’s Lunchbox’ being used in the media at the time.

Originally Posted by wikipedia
The term Linford’s lunchbox had been coined by the media in reference to the bulge of Christie’s genitalia in his Lycra shorts. “Linford’s lunchbox is one of my grievances with the media. I don’t like it … Nobody ever goes on about Sally Gunnell’s figure … I think it is disgusting, I don’t like it at all.”[7] In court, the judge Mr Justice Popplewell, caused hilarity in the court by asking Christie to explain the phrase, asking “What is Linford’s lunchbox?”[8] The reference became a part of pop culture, as evidenced in a joke by Nick Hancock: “There’s nothing new you can say about Linford Christie, except he’s slow and has got a small penis”.


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How could I forget this one, sorry if posted. This ad runs on Australian TV during prime time.

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Christie on “Hustle”— great little UK congame show— at ~1:18 a character refers to himself as a little guy, and at the end an accusation is made that “everyone knows you used to stick a sock down it”.

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Originally Posted by Yataghan50
How could I forget this one, sorry if posted. This ad runs on Australian TV during prime time.

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Someone got this already, but your clip has an extra part that the other one didn’t have yet. I couldn’t believe what I was seeing when I watched for the first time.


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Back in the 70’s (high school) I listened to Aerosmith. One of their tunes was called “Big Ten Inch”

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Originally Posted by skinny
Back in the 70’s (high school) I listened to Aerosmith. One of their tunes was called “Big Ten Inch”

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Liv Tyler must be so proud to see her 61 year old father sing about his supposed penis size.
No really, it’s not embarrassing or humiliating at all.


The great elm.

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