Country with biggest penis size revealed… it’s not Thailand
In a recent survey conducted by online pharmacy From Mars comparing erect penis sizes in 86 countries, Thai penises were ranked as the 7th smallest in the world (#80). The average erect Thai penis measures in at 4.27 inches (10.8cm).
We’re not sure on the accuracy of the measurements, or how they performed them. Some of the measurements may be ‘generous’ seeing as the study relied on self-reported data.
But Thailand didn’t finish last…
Cambodian penises are the smallest in the world, measuring 3.95 inches (10cm) when standing tall.
So who’s the biggest?
The biggest penises in the world can be found in Ecuador (#1) averaging at a whopping 6.93 inches (17.6cm).
The top 10 countries with the biggest erections are… Ecuador (#1), Cameroon (#2), Bolivia (#3), Sudan (#4), Haiti (#5), Senegal (#6), Gambia (#7), Cuba (#8), Netherlands (#9) and Zambia (#10).
The top 10 countries with the smallest penises are… Cambodia (#1), Taiwan (#2), Philippines (#3), Sri Lanka (#4), Hong Kong (#5), Bangladesh (#6), Thailand (#7), Vietnam (#8), Malaysia (#9) and Singapore (#10).
Does size matter?
Navin Khosla, the pharmacist who conducted the survey, said that penis size can have a massive impact on men’s confidence and self-image…
“Most of us have wondered at some point or another whether ours is ‘big enough’… The truth is, that the owner of the penis is far more likely to be worried about the size of their penis than their sexual partners are!”
Having a big penis has its ups and down too…
Even those on the upper end of the scale can have “penis anxiety.” Jonah Falcon is a man from New York who claims that the biggest penis in the world belongs to him, measuring in at 13.5 inches long (34.4cm). Jonah said his huge penis has prevented him from working…
“I cannot wear a uniform like anybody in the companies and I also cannot get on my knees. I cannot run fast and so the companies think badly of me.”
But the bottom line is… size has no bearing on what the penis can do, or the pleasure you can give or get from it, according to Healthline magazine.
SOURCE: The NationThailand News
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