Dubbed the 'Predicktor' ' get it? ' a new app for Android smartphones has been developed by Toronto's Dr. Christopher Culligan and the team at The Doctor Says that promises, with a few data inputs, to predict the size of a man's penis. No, really. You enter pertinent details ' the size of a man's feet, his height, ring size, whether he's a porn star (etc, etc) ' and then the gauge cross-references with a number of trends and gives you a probable penis size. The developers claim the app is meant 'as a fun and factual catalyst for discussion' and that 'If your penis is between 3.5 and 7.5 inches, you're in the company of 95% of men worldwide.' ... CLICK THE LINK FOR FULL STORY / YOUTUBE VIDEO
I hope it doesn\'t catch on at all. A doctor is using factors like \"shoe size\" in trying to come up with a predictor, no matter how \"fun\" it\'s meant to be? It\'s horrible and incredibly unscientific.
I\'m not sure how this makes men feel better other than maybe reminding them what a true average is. But anything that attempts \"predicting\" a man\'s size by any number of parameters is doomed to fail.
Exactly! I can picture it already. Chicks comparing eachother\'s boyfriends based on what the predicted size is... Dudes with big hands and feet using it as a pick up tool at parties and bars... Simply dumb.
I personally know of one guy with size 17 shoes, huge hands and he\'s only 6\'1\" tall... Not only that but his voice didn\'t even change until he was in his twenties! He\'s a good buddy of mine and I can assure you, he\'s very much \"average range\" in the size department. Imagine the disappointment girls would get by using this app with his stats before they actually see him in the nude.
I have another friend (use that term losely.. Hockey teammate) who is absolutely hung like a horse... Size 8 shoe. Not kidding.
Even I have tiny tiny hands and am nicely above ave length.
The whole shoe size, hand size etc thing is just ridiculous.
I definitely don\'t give any validity to the app, but I still think it would be fun to play around with it.
I agree with sizemic, though, that you can\'t use physical traits to get an idea of what someone is packing. I have a good friend that is 6\'4\", built like a god, etc., but average on his best day, probably a little under. On the flip side, there is another one that you would never use the term \"manly\" to describe him, but the guy has a monster.
That\'s the thing that I find so curious, funny, interesting, etc. about all this. There is really no way to tell. You really can\'t even gauge within a family, just from my experience with my brothers and friends that are brothers. It\'s a complicated mystery and a roll of the dice.
This doctor is too late.. This app has existed for many centuries. It comes built into a females brain. They ALL use it whenever they see a cute guy, the app automatically gives them an educated guess at what the guy is packin. Thats all this app is doing, guessing.