Game Blogger Finds Dating Hard with Enormous Dick First off, the article isn't much to look at, but the title is hi-lar-ious. The comments section is also rather entertaining. Second, I had only heard of JonahFalcon through this site seeing a thread about him and a few of his posts some time back. Apparently he's a huge videogame nerd. Props for that, I guess. Finally, check out the video, because it's entertaining. Anyway, I just thought the whole piece fit this forum so well. The video is about a man who has trouble with relationships because he's defined by his big penis. Then in the comments section we can see an absurd amount of jealousy and discrimination based on that. In the video, while I found Jonah really annoying with the whole "I'm thirteen and a half inches" thing being repeated over and over, he didn't seem like that huge of an asshole. I mean, the show is about him having a huge penis, so of course they're going to show clips of him talking about it over and over. But it looks to me like he spends at least as much of his time talking about videogames! :tongue: I'm not sure who this "expert" they kept bringing into the video was, but this whole idea that one would become "defined" in real life by having a very large penis seems absurd (or at least very rare) to me. I've had my share of difficulty in relationships due to my size, and my penis does seem to come up in conversation amongst friends more than it probably should, but that's the nature of the beast. They don't think of me as "that guy with the big penis", it hasn't been the make or break component for my relationships, and it doesn't define me at all. And I'm at least twenty-three and three-eights centimeters. tongue I guess I feel like it's a combination of factors, a major one of which is this guy's desire to become "famous". He's utilizing what appears to be his only really differentiating feature to get attention publicly, while specifically avoiding entering the porn industry. That's fine, but I don't think it really works. At the end of the day, porn or not, you're still "the guy with the thirteen and a half inch penis" rather than "the guy who played a shlub in CSI" or "the nerdy billionaire from NCIS" because you haven't carved out the proper image niche for yourself. I think, though, that this whole idea of defining one's self by one's penis size is actually really common online when a public reputation isn't at stake. I'm not really sure why... perhaps because those men that do this are defining themselves at least in part with their cocks. And I don't think it's restricted to large men (looking at you, SPH guys).