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    PMNMS posted:

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    Ladies only please...Let's consider your ideal man. He is wonderfully romantic, passionate, sexy, cute, great conversationalist, caring, adores you, vacuums and does the dishes, he works hard to please you in and out of the bedroom....what size penis would you prefer him to have?
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    georgiagail responded:
    If he's all that, who cares if he even has a penis?

    PMNMS replied to georgiagail's response:
    LOLOLOL!!! Oh....well let's see....just to keep lives balanced....and him around!
    alaska_mommy replied to georgiagail's response:
    Gail, you crack me up!
    fcl responded:
    Personally, I would not care what size of a penis he had.
    There's nothing inherently dirty about sex, but if you try real hard and use your imagination you can overcome that.
    wonderingaboutthis responded:
    Jeez, and all this time I thought all I needed was a big I have to vacuum and do the dishes?? Hmmm...I come up short all around...
    Anon_21479 responded:
    If he's all that, he's obviously going to know how to please you in bed as well, so it doesn't matter how big or small he is. Size really doesn't matter anyway. Besides, what good is a large penis, if the guy who has it doesn't really care about pleasing the woman he's with anyway? She's not going to notice it's bigger if it's all about "wham bam thank you m'am". It's all about technique, caring and finesse, then it really doesn't matter how big or small the guy is, because the woman is going to enjoy it no matter what.
    On a side note, large actually kind of scares me anyway. I was very badly bruised internally by an inexperienced male on the big side and I don't ever care to experience that again.
    PMNMS replied to Anon_21479's response:
    I agree completely, however, if he is all that...technique, caring and finesse...what would you prefer Anon_21479?
    georgiagail replied to PMNMS's response:
    As has been previously stated (many,many times before) doesn't matter if it's an ocean liner or a little tugboat as long as the captain knows how to steer his ship.

    elle0317 replied to PMNMS's response:
    It's mostly only men who care how big their tools are. They think it makes them superior over other men and better lovers. But sadly they are deluded, so please stop this nonsense and worry about the real things that make a true relationship work; love, trust, compassion, patience and respect.
    bob249 responded:
    I was gonna vote, but there isn't a choice short enough.

    Oh, wait - you said ladies only.

    fcl replied to elle0317's response:
    I agree. Haven't we made it clear enough that a man who (in your words) "works hard to please you in and out of the bedroom" is what most of us want regardless of penis size? Why do you keep plugging to try to make us admit to something that is totally immaterial in our eyes no matter how important it may seem in yours?

    We've answered. What more do you want? Or are you simply a crappy lover with a 10 incher who doesn't understand why he keeps getting ditched?
    There's nothing inherently dirty about sex, but if you try real hard and use your imagination you can overcome that.
    alaska_mommy replied to bob249's response:
    bob--wish WebMD had a "like" button! LOL
    PMNMS replied to fcl's response:
    Hmmm, actually I am a very attentive lover....and I understand what your saying about what makes a man what a woman wants. Curiously, I am asking when you have a man that is all of these things...if he meets all of the "items" on a lady's "checklist"...what size would you want? What I am hearing from you is that to you at least, it doesn't matter if all the other things are there. Ok, I got that! I do not believe that all women feel the same. They may say that all the things you feel are important are important to them also, but...and here some may differ...if she were "building" her perfect guy...he would also have **inches. Really, I do get that most women won't "trade" a guy in for his size...definitely would if he was not attentive, caring, passionate, helped her out around the house etc. those are the BIG things that really matter. Thanks again for your reply!
    kaydentaylorsmom replied to PMNMS's response:
    if size honestly matters to a woman she hasn't had good sex. this coming from a woman who lets face it has had her share and a few other women's shares of men. when i was younger i thought bigger was better, but that's because i was just in to the banging and looking hot while doing it all superficial things, now i really think what my fiance has is perfect. and i don't even think it's quite 6 inches. but it feels great and he's the best i ever had.

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