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Updated 13 December 2013

Big, bigger, biggest!

It’s not every day that we hear about a sportsman’s penis size, but thanks to Graeme Smith’s wife’s jokey remark on Twitter, we all suspect he has a huge one.

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It’s not every day that we hear about a sportsman’s penis size, but thanks to Graeme Smith’s wife’s jokey remark on Twitter, we all suspect he has a huge one.

The question is, does it really matter? Let’s put it this way. You could have the biggest penis in the world, but if you are not a generous, playful, caring lover, it won’t give your partner fantastic pleasure. The funny thing is: even some men who have larger-than-average penises still fear they aren’t big enough.

And many women are anxious that their breasts aren’t big enough, or their thighs should be smaller.

In most cases, though, the size of your body parts isn’t going to be nearly as important as the full attention, enjoyment and sheer lust that you bring to your intimate encounters. So put away the tape measure and concentrate on what really matters: mutual pleasure and satisfaction all round.

(Health24, June 2012)

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