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  1. tonyboloni

    tonyboloni New Member

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    Here's two observations of mine.

    I'm 6'1". My unit is 7.5x6. On me it looks average. On a man who as 5'8" is would look gihugeous. This must be why most porn stars, notice I stress most, are shorter than average men.

    Also, one other observation I read on the net and found to be true: for every twenty pounds overweight a man is he loses approximately 1/2 inch in length.

    I dieted down once and lost 40 pounds; I'm not sure I gained two inches but it did look much larger.
     
  2. Pecker

    Pecker Retired Moderator
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    New vocabulary word of the week:

    gihugeous :toast:
     
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    That wasnt in my SAT study book. Is that an adverb or adjective?
     
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    That wasnt in my SAT study book. Is that an adverb or adjective?
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    Like most of the english language, it frequently depends on context. In this instance, I almost want to say adverb, modifying looks... DMW, wanna help me out?
     
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    B_DoubleMeatWhopper New Member

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    Definitely an adjective: it modifies a noun.
    My gihugeous schlongwurst.

    To make it an adverb, add -ly:
    He was gihugeously penisficated.
     
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    It's a gihuge task to learn all these new words
     
  7. Donk

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    Maybe "gihugeous" will replace the now passe "ginormous."
     
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    YOU CAN'T REPLACE GINORMOUS!!!!!
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    You most gidefinitely and gissuredly can, and giabsolutely will.

    DMW, you remind me of the poem "Jabberwocky", written as an exercise to identify parts of speech by their form and function. Gotta gilove it!
     
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