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Discussion in 'Models and Celebrities' started by sizablenyc, Oct 11, 2007.
Excepting God himself, which Biblical character do you think had the biggest cock, and why?
Let's see...well out of all the characters in the Hebrew Scriptures, I'd have to pick one of the major prophets...probably Isaiah or Jeremiah...now those guys had BALLS and prolly the staff to match!! As for a NT character, it would have to be St. Peter.
Sizable, now you tell me your answer to your question? I'm really curious and elaborate on how you've reached your conclusion. Peace,
Lol. This thread is fukin weird, but hey. Come on guys the answers obvious! It has to be Goliath!
Ha good question. The answer is a rather obvious one so I wont mention any names. Suffice to say there is a good reason why his name is quoted at the site of a oversized Dick. No offence meant
You guys are fuckin' quick...and I'm a Biblical scholar (no lie)...here's a question: If Goliath was a Philistine and had a gigantic cock, is it safe to presume that all Philistines had big dicks? Peace,
More than likely Adam. He wasn't as small as humans are today, and probably was a lot more powerful, etc.
Oh, by the way, "Height" doesn't correlate with "Size". Goliath was but 9' tall; he just had giantism. Chances are he was a little bigger than average and had circulatory problems ( thus the hemmoraging that killed him when hit in the head ) as all giants tend to.
I'd definitely place my bets on the older characters though; who knows how long their puberties were?
big jesus has a four foot dick.
I think that it's more safe to assume that the Philistines were just big dicks.
I agree. Mary Magdalene was the one who wrote "Son of a Preacher Man" for Dusty Springfield. :smile:
Possibly Jesus MUST have been hung, because you always hear the expression " Jesus Christ, that's BIG!!!"
Well, we all know Jesus wasn't hung. (He was crucified. Sorry, just had to post that!) Speaking of JC, perhaps some biblical / art scholar can answer this question... a friend told me a while ago that in pre-Renaissance art, Jesus was often shown on the cross naked and that is only afterward that he started being portrayed wearing a cloth covering over his naughty bits. Anyone know more about this?
Well it was all exaggerated so about 12" each...
Adam was not said to be larger than the average man. How can you state that he was? Nor do you know that Goliath suffered from "giantism". The tale states that he was killed by David with a stone. Your "circulatory problems" claim is again purely conjecture.
The scriptures state that Jesus was stripped of his clothes before crucifixion. Therefore several artists throughout history, including Michaelangelo in the Renaissance period BTW, have depicted him naked based on what they learned from scripture.
The whale in Jonah's story...
Dreamer is correct; it was the Roman custom to crucify criminals completely naked to add to the shame of the whole execution...Peace,