I met a really gorgeous guy at a bar while I was out with some friends this past weekend. We really hit it off and talked for hours, closing the bar essentially. He invited me to get a cup of coffee and talk some more afterward and I agreed. This guy was so cute I really couldn't resist even though I was feeling exhausted earlier in the evening. Well, we ended up at his place and after making out and all kinds of heavy petting and grabbing we had some really great SAFE oral sex. I wanted this guy the minute I first saw him and our eyes met. He's everything I look for in man... masculine, in really great shape, intelligent, easy to talk to, VERY easy on the eyes, and most of all SINGLE. On top of all that, he seemed to genuinely enjoy my company and was, by all appearances, equally attracted to me (which is something I always worry about in the back of my mind). It was the first time I'd been intimate with anyone in over a year since my last bf and I agreed to a mutual break up, so this wasn't rebound sex by any means. I really enjoyed being with this guy and want to see him again but I couldn't help feeling a little disappointed that his penis was on the smaller side of average. Lengthwise, he's a good 5.5" but was a bit on the thin side. Just barely a mouthfull. Mine looked huge next to his but he rather seemed to enjoy that. I'm feeling guilty that that is bothering me a little; especially because this man is just about perfect in every other aspect to me. I really like this guy and am intrigued enough to pursue this for as far as it will go. And, truth be known the romantic in me knows that if this is "the guy" a little dick isn't a deal breaker for me. I'm cool with it but at the same time it makes me feel like this guy got jipped by Mother Nature. He's too HOT to be so underwhelmingly endowed. This also reminded me how often I've come across truly handsome men with less than average dicks. Is this a common thing? It seems to be the case more often than not in my experience. How do you guys and gals deal with this seemingly flaw? Did it ever become an issue in a relationship?