words for a big dick

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  1. B_8.5philly

    B_8.5philly New Member

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    I'm taking a survey for any words for a big dick. Here's what I came up with:

    anaconda
    snake
    monster
    schlong
    3rd leg
    horse dick
    donkey dick
    pipe



    Any body have any more?
     
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    Schlong implies size really well.

    If you talk of a guy's schlong, you are going to assume he has at least 4" soft and nice and thick to match
     
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    Thats really cool, I've got a 4.5" soft on average, I've got a schlong. Just made my day!
     
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    OK Sure...all names at one time or another I've been called or heard:
    python
    bushmaster
    knee-knocker
    mule dick
    bull dick
    moby dick
    and can't leave out... Whopper
    :biggrin1: Whopper-lee ( my real commonly called nickname)
     
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    Sorry, there's no large connotation to shlong. It's just one of many Yiddish derivatives for "penis", as in plain old everyday penis, large or small. Yiddish took it from the German schlange, or "snake".

    Up to the 14th century, the word in English was yard. That also had no size connotation, hard though that is to believe. Yard was superceded by Latin penis, or "tail".
     
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    You'll find just about every variation you can imagine mixed in with names in this thread.
     
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