TragicWhiteKnight: [WARNING: This email begins with a personal anecdote. If you cannot stomach me narrating tedious little pieces of my life, you can skip to the bottom and just answer the question; I'm nice like that.] So, today I met up with a girl I once pretended to have a crush on (it's a long, long, long story), who I hadn't seen in over 2 years (due to effort on her part). In the middle of our understandably awkward banter, one of those mile-long limousines drove by, causing her to make a quip about "overcompensating." We joked about that for a while, until she suddenly said "I'm sure you've got no need for that..." then went on to tell me how she'd always seen a huge bulge in my pants and had been wondering all this time how big I really was [remember, back 2 years ago I was nowhere near fully grown and I had thought I'd covered it really well]. I tried to brush off the subject but she promised to reveal a 'secret' in return, which would come in useful in a vendetta someone has against me (it's another long, long story...). So, I agreed but instead of telling the truth I just said "about 7, 7.5 inches." On that subject: have any of you ever lied about your penis size to say that it's smaller than it really is? And if so, why? And whether or not you have, is it more or less ethical than lying about it to claim its bigger?