$ize Doesn't Matter — At Least When It Comes to Income

Thursday November 26, 2020

$ize Doesn't Matter — At Least When It Comes to Income
  (Source:EDGE Media Library)

Size does matter, and smaller is more profitable, at least with men's incomes.

A cheeky survey by the online site OnBuy.com "commissioned 997 men to answer questions about work, salary, and penis size, to see if there is a correlation between size and salary," reports the British tabloid The Sun>.

What they discovered, the New York Post writes, is that "the biggest earners tend to have the smallest willies."

Those men with 3-inch penises (which borders on a micropenis) "made an annual income of about $76,780 on average. Not only that, but males with 4-inch penises were far more likely to get promoted, per the survey."

But, the Post adds, "men with units measuring 7 and 8 inches earned an average of about $35,700 and $50,300 per year."

The field with larger-sized men is the arts, the OnBuy survey concluded, are the arts, which "had the highest number of 8-inch penises, while bankers boasted the most micropenises on average."

"They had the highest proportion of eight-inch penises (five per cent) and the second highest proportion of six and seven-inch penises," adds the Sun.

"Coming in second overall for penis size were manual laborers, who sported the highest proportion of 6- and 7-inch penises. Meanwhile, medical professionals rounded out the middle with the greatest percentage of average-size schlongs."

As for average penis size, in the UK a 2017 survey by the London clinic International Andrology asked 1,000 blokes and 1,000 women about penis sizes, sexual satisfaction and porn, reported the Sun in a separate report.

"They found the average penis length in the UK is 6.36 inches."

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