IT’S the age-old question ‘does size really matter?’ Well, it turns out the answer may be yes.
It has been found that being well hung doesn’t necessarily mean well-off as some of the highest earners have the smallest penises, according to a new survey.
The cheeky study analysed how penis size determines salary, and it was good news for bank balances if men had a micro penis.
The OnBuy.com survey commissioned 997 men to answer questions about work, salary, and penis size, to see if there is a correlation between size and salary.
They found that those with a penis of three inches in length, earned an average of £58,000 per year.
However, at the other end of the scale, those with a penis that measured seven and eight inches earned an average of £38,000 and £27,000 per year.
When it came to promotions at work, those with an average penis size of four inches had the highest number of promotions in the last five years (2.9 on average).
Manual labour workers had the highest proportion of six and seven-inch penises (59 per cent and 16 per cent respectively).
And those in the arts were also well hung.
They had the highest proportion of eight-inch penises (five per cent) and the second highest proportion of six and seven-inch penises.
While they may bring home big pay slips, those in the medical industry are most likely to have an average size penis.
And those in banking and finance also came up short.
They had the highest proportions of three-inch penises (seven per cent), followed by lawyers (four per cent).
Meanwhile, this is the average penis size in the UK.
And this is the best penis size to make a woman orgasm revealed – and 8 tips to make yours BIGGER.
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