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Big hands, big feet, do the math!


by Chris-Paul


 

In a world of supersized dildos, jobs, meals and just about everything else, it’s proving that bigger is actually better for everything else in life; at least for women.
Men are competitive when it comes to their ability to satisfy women and unfortunately after years of locker-room comparisons, the go-to source of pride or shame is the size of that with which they work. So, does size really matter? Well, yes but you’ll be shocked to find out for whom it really matters. Now I’m told the reason why a woman would stare at you from head to toe is apparently to check if you meet the ‘plot’.
I understand that the ‘plot’ is not all about your wallet; they also look at the size of your hands and feet. Striving to be the best is par for the course and while your date-night antics don’t necessarily qualify as a sport, I believe it takes more than height to make a great B-ball player and more than biceps to make a standout boxer.
While women aren’t shy about singing the praise of skill over size, unfortunately, they believe that science assures the size of the package as more important than the method of delivery.