Car Size & Dick Size

Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by EnglishGentleman, Feb 20, 2006.

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How big is your Car?

  1. Don't Drive

    52 vote(s)
    11.7%
  2. Motorcycle

    14 vote(s)
    3.1%
  3. Compact / Hatchback

    76 vote(s)
    17.0%
  4. Saloon / Sedan

    83 vote(s)
    18.6%
  5. Estate Car / Station Wagon

    13 vote(s)
    2.9%
  6. SUV / Pickup / Van

    116 vote(s)
    26.0%
  7. Sports Car / Convertible

    57 vote(s)
    12.8%
  8. Batmobile

    10 vote(s)
    2.2%
  9. I don't need to drive, my mate Scotty beams me everywhere I need to go...

    25 vote(s)
    5.6%
  1. EnglishGentleman

    EnglishGentleman New Member

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    Okay, I know it's an old chestnut, but here's the 2006 take on whether big cars are only owned by small dicked guys trying to bolster their manhood.

    This being a big dick forum we should all be driving something smallish you'd think, but what's the case?

    So the question is - what car do you regularly drive presently or most recently?

    Me... a compact hatchback.
     
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    I currently drive an SUV, but also owned a 911. How does that fit into the 'trying to compensate' stereotype?
     
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    in germany most people also have the confession that bmw, mercedes-benz and prosche drivers have small dicks ;)

    I'm a student with not many money, but if I had enough of it I would buy a Z8, clk or 911, too, exactly like bigger/smaller guys I guess ;)

    driving an "opel" astra sportive (opel is named "holden" in australia I think, "holden" in UK, and as far as I know it's owned by Chevrolet, so "opels" often look similar to some chevy's)

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    I have no car, and yet I own a penis.
    The stereotypes are all obviously true. :rolleyes:
     
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    I tried to check two different types, since my two go from one extreme to the other. My old car is a 1973 Buick Electra 225 sedan, cream bottom and dark brown top, where my young car is a 1987 Monte Carlo Super Sport, black with a red stripe. I'm unable to relate either to my dick size, but have enjoyed thinking about it! Anyone like to venture a 'stab'? What can you come up with, EnglishGentleman? My picture is in my profile.
     
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    I drive a big, black 7 passenger SUV. Before that I drove a fast, black sports car (that I still own).
     
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    Well this dashes my theory somewhat. It has been my experience that men who drive VERY expensive, small fast sports cars have the smallest dicks. According to Lex, I will have to re-evaluate.:banghead2:
     
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    I haven't owned a car since 1996 by choice. The last one was a Nissan Maxima.

    Since then I have used public transit (streetcar and subway), taxi cabs, bicycle, walk

    AND

    Rent a vehicle by the hour here in Toronto (approx $6.50 per hour plus mileage fee).
    The company here is called AutoShare and has over 80 vehicles located all over the city, for the use of members only. There is a monthly fee and initiation investment of $500 that is refundable upon quiting. Incredibly good access here in a metroplitan city of around 3 million population. Members get reimbursed for gas and car washes. No insurance fees. Members have to qualify for insurance and they are stringent in only allowing members who have a reliable driving history to join.

    I'm quite pleased with it. I can walk three blocks to pick up the nearest vehicle.
     
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    I drive an '86 Nissan 4 cyl pickup that just passed 300,000 miles and still runs well. It serves my purposes.
     
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    i don't drive, go figure

    i think if i had a choice though, i'd like a very large and bad-tempered camel. apart from costing much less to run, i'd also never need to worry about anyone stealing it.
     
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    My current car is an 05' Nissan Sentra. Not the top car on my list, but I had to replace my 96' Sebring a bit earlier than planned last summer.

    Dream Car: Mazda RX8 (Nordic Green, Manual)
     
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    Same here. Where do we fit in the grand scheme of things? Obviously, we don't have anything to prove by even owning a car!
     
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    I guess we can be proud of our immense vaginas :240:lol
     
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    I'd like to point out that there are lots of guys who have large trucks cause they have horses and/or cattle and don't have a choice as to what they drive.....gotta be able to pull trailers.

    Hubby has an F250 4X4....we don't have cattle or horses (and yet we live in TX :smile: ).....but he uses it to haul other stuff and pull trailers...(work related - not animals)

    TX is rumored to be the truck capital....and there are lots of women who buy new trucks here, too...talking about pickups...not SUV's......altho' SUV's are abundant.

    I went from a Ford Contour to a large (7 person) SUV.
    I was Soo tired of being eye level to bumpers....and people not thinking twice about turning left in front of me as if I was invisible.
    Now I could never go back to anything shorter than my SUV is.



    A Porsche joke from my brother years ago:

    What's the difference between a Posche and a porcupine ?
    The pricks are on the Outside of the porcupine.


    My brother drove a Honda S2000 roadster.
    I called it the land rocket.
     
  15. EnglishGentleman

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    Judging by the picture, something with good handling!:wink:
     
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    My tiny vehicle pales in comparison with my massive penis.
     
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    I agree with PirateWench,

    although some people just buy cars just for the hell of it, many people buy SUV's and trucks for the functionality. I take lots of road trips and camp, so it would be stupid of me to buy a really small car, because where would my friends and gear go?

    Despite everyone's stupid stereotypical claims, ect, there is no correlation. It's funny though. You'd think a simple fact of cars owned compared to the population of "large men" would prove your point wrong, but i guess wasting everyone's time with a stupid survey would work also.
     
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    I got a big dick, and I have a big truck. I have big balls, and I have big tires on my truck. lol its that simple
     
  19. EnglishGentleman

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    As the statistics we're generating here seem to be proving already.

    So here we are asking large men what cars they own/drive...

    Not "my point", it's an urban myth we're quite obviously busting)

    The whole idea that car choice is solely determined by a guys opinion of his pecker is stupid in the first place! Of course it's stupid by it's nature. Have a laugh at ourselves with the rest of us my earnest and serious friends.

    Be Happy.
    :smile:
     
  20. windtalkerways

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    Roy'sToy...in answer to your question,
    I would think it says you can steer your
    car with that bad boy!

    English Gentleman...you name stands you
    in good stead, even when childishly baited...
    bravo!:smile:
     
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