A new study shows that men with bigger noses have longer p*nis size
A recent study has suggested that men who have bigger noses also
have longer penises. According to the research, men with bigger
noses also have a ‘stretched penile length’ of at least 5.3 inches.
It also showed that men with smaller noses have a penis length
of 4.1 inches, when erect.
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The study, which was published in Basic and Clinical Andrology, looked at
the corpses of 126 men, within three days of death and measured
a range of body parts.
Researchers from Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine took into account
their height, weight, the length of their penis when flaccid, the circumference
of their penis and the weight of their testicles.
They said that an accurate way to replicate the length of an erect penis is
to lay the cadaver out and pull the penis up as far as it would go this
gives them the ‘stretched penile length (SPL).
The study said, “The fact that nose size is related to SPL indicates that
penile length may not be determined by age, height or bodyweight but
has already been determined before birth.”
Analysis of the data also showed that the length of the men’s noses
correlated with the size of the penis.
In Japan, the average penis size is 4.5 inches, according to a different study.
And although there was a correlation between nose and penis size,
they did not find a reason as to why this might be.
It added: “Although our results are useless for forensic purposes,
understanding the growing process of the penis or facial features
may be very important for extrapolating fetal androgen levels
and following male genital functions.
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“This study is the first to demonstrate the relationship between SPL and nose
size but is limited in Japanese male cadavers, and the reason why SPL
and nose size are related is still unclear.
“Therefore, we consider it an interesting subject to pursue from
now on,”the study said.