And a tall guy won't necessarily have a long, well . . . . you know. That's been discredited as well.
But, we can now ask: What does the length of a man's index finger have to do with the size of his penis? And the answer is apparently, quite a lot. At least that's what Korean researchers at Gachon University seem to believe.
After an extensive study, they've concluded that a longer right index finger (as compared to a man's ring finger) seems to correlate to a larger penis size. Put another way, the lower the ration between the length of the index finger and the ring finger, the more likely the penis will be larger.
Here's an excerpt from a report on this in the Los Angeles Times:
Dr. Tae Beom Kim, a urologist at Gachon University in Incheon, Korea, and his colleagues studied 144 men over the age of 20 who were undergoing urological surgery for conditions that do not affect the length of the penis. One member of the team carefully measured the lengths of the index and ring fingers on the subject's right hand before surgery -- left hands are thought to be more variable. A second team member then measured penis length immediately after the subject had been anesthetized. The length was measured both when the penis was flaccid and when it had been stretched as much as possible. Stretched length is thought to correlate to erect length, the team wrote. The team found that, in general, the lower the ratio of the lengths of the two fingers, the longer the stretched length of the penis.So, there you have it.
Take a look at that index finger. Then eye the ring finger. Measure them if you'd like. Do the ratio thing.
Then, we'll leave the rest up to you and/or your partner.
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