bklynbigballs: A co-worker of mine had a theory that it wasn't about big hands, feet or noses so much as it was "disproportionality" in general. If something -- anything -- seemed too big for someone's
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bklynbigballs: A co-worker of mine had a theory that it wasn't about big hands, feet or noses so much as it was "disproportionality" in general. If something -- anything -- seemed too big for someone's body, they probably had a big you-know-what too. So that could be a nose or a pair of hands but it could also just be an asymmetry in general -- arms too long, waist too high etc. He said he couldn't exactly say in theory what indicated a guy was hung, but he could always tell by looking at the rest of their body.
The thing is? He was right. We had a gym at our office. He wasn't a member because he was a temp. I was perm so I'd work out with our co-workers. My friend would predict the size of our co-workers and I'd verify. He was usually dead on. Even stuff like thickness and curvature. He always knew.
feared: i'm 6'6, 191lbs, i have a long face, small nose, size 16 feet and my hands are, from base of palm to tip of middle finger, about 10 1/2, 11 inches long. as for my measurements? i'd have to say my hands are closest to that (11 1/2in. hard).
raj: There was a famous book written back in the early seventies by Xavier Holland called the "Happy Hooker". She was a former prostitute (high class escort). I can remember ready it (after stealling the book from my fathers night stand) and noting her comment on how she could tell a man had a big one. She said look at the nose. Hand and feet size was very misleading. If anyone knows about guessing a mans size, leave it to a high class prostitute