Taiwanese man doesn’t measure up to his girlfriend’s expectations

An unusual first-time romantic getaway for a young Taiwanese man and his girlfriend has been described in a well-liked Taiwanese on-line forum, Dcard. The couple, who’ve been childhood friends and neighbours, began to develop romantic feelings for each other during their highschool years, receiving assist from both of their families.
Their relationship blossomed progressively, and some days ago, they experienced their first overnight journey collectively before parting ways for faculty. The starlit night was full of romance, the girl initiating a kiss and a cuddle in mattress, the environment hinting at their first sexual encounter.
The young Taiwanese man was shocked when his girlfriend took off his trousers and then unexpectedly proceeded to fetch a one-foot ruler from her bag. She then requested an odd query.
“Can I measure your non-public parts?”
The bemused younger man asked whether or not she had deliberate the peculiar act, as she had introduced along the ruler on their trip, reported Sanook. The shock escalated when after measuring it, the woman asked a perplexed question.
“Why is it solely ‘1x’ centimetres long? I’ve read on the Internet, it should be 30 centimetres, right?”
Light startled younger Taiwanese man had to explain that these online statistics had been far from actuality and that not many males possess private parts with a foot-long measurement and that nearly all were doubtless about his dimension.
Despite posting their story online within the hopes of garnering sympathy, most commenters chose to tease the Taiwanese man, with some attempting to guess the precise measurements and asking whether or not the 1x referred to was 19, 18, 17, or 10 centimetres.
A examine final 12 months found that Taiwanese males had the second smallest common penis size in the world, overwhelmed out only by Cambodia’s common of three.95 inches. (Thailand’s common was 4.27 inches.)
The prime 10 nations with the smallest penises are… Cambodia (No.1), Taiwan (No.2), Philippines (No.3), Sri Lanka (No.4), Hong Kong (No.5), Bangladesh (No.6), Thailand (No.7), Vietnam (No.8), Malaysia (No.9) and Singapore (No.10)..

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