If Colombians are some of the “happiest on earth,” then the secret may not lie in our festivals, our food, or our rich biodiversity. In fact, it tends to stands up, and stand out!
According to a report released by the Canadian research group, BodyRock, Colombia made the “Green List” of nations for the largest male members – the definitive “Global ranking of wang.”
Of 80 countries researched by BodyRock, the average penis size stands at 5.5 inches (13.9 cm) and South American men can take pride that they are living in the most “well-hung continent” on the planet, with a record 6.36 inches (16.15 cm).
On the bottom scale of this pole ranking (pardon the pun) are India, Taiwan, Thailand (all at 4 inches) and a very less excitedly, North Korea, with 3.8 inches (9.65 cm).
According to The Daily Hiit www.thedailyhiit.com which published these memorable member findings: “Americans didn’t even reach the global average and find themselves in 61st place out of 80.”
The most well hung country in the BodyRock study is the Democratic Republic of the Congo, with an average of 7.1 inches per homo sapien…erectus.
If the Red List is long for small, who rises near average? BodyRock chose Orange (4.7 – 5.5 inches) and Yellow for (5.5 – 6.2 inches) to separate the men, from well, the well endowed.
Australia, Canada, Portugal, Spain and United Kingdom, are just below average. While, Germany, Chile, Israel and Argentina, perform relatively well. The list looks like a World Cup classification of penis size, but it’s really the Green List which breaks the Michelangelo mold: Venezuelan and Colombian men are more likely to be equals (6.7 inches or 17 cm) in their birthday suits, while Ecuadoreans manage to inch out the Ghanians with their 6.9 inches (17.5 cm).
The study also concludes that 3 percent of men worldwide are over 8 inches or 20 cm. While BodyRock’s study may not meet ProColombia’s next promotion report, at least it’s comforting to know that some people are sizing up to “size,” and putting a smile (on your partner’s face) with a not so serious human condition.