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Depends on your definition of worst. Some people think the point of life is to live no matter the cost - mental, physical, or social. In that case it’s better than death. Some people are capable of convincing themselves that a shit sandwich is haute cuisine. In that case, it’s just one of a hundred million potentially relevant and therefore equally worthless characteristics that define an individual human being, determined by one’s own personal Maslow ranking.

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On 7/31/2020 at 3:43 PM, Shrimp Fried Life said:

Being born with a small penis is the worst thing that can happen to a man.

No, there are many things worse.  However, a small penis is particularly troubling and difficult to learn to deal with. . .    Other "handicaps" (in the relative competitive sense--not disability) are often easier to accept and make adjustments to. . . .

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No way.  I wouldn’t give up 5 IQ points for a big dick.  I wouldn’t trade who I am as a human being for a bigger dick.  I wouldn’t want to be even a slightly worse father for a big dick.  No way.  I wouldn’t give up my wife for a big dick, my job for a big dick, etc.  I wouldn’t even give up something like my love of music for a big dick.

 

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On 8/2/2020 at 10:10 PM, Under5 said:

No way.  I wouldn’t give up 5 IQ points for a big dick.  I wouldn’t trade who I am as a human being for a bigger dick.  I wouldn’t want to be even a slightly worse father for a big dick.  No way.  I wouldn’t give up my wife for a big dick, my job for a big dick, etc.  I wouldn’t even give up something like my love of music for a big dick.

I was just thinking, then, what would I give-up for a bigger dick?  My existing dick, my existing psychological problems, etc.  That's how I'm generally thinking.  I never think about giving-up anything positive.  

If I had significant money, I'd give-up quite a bit of that.  Even now, when I'm too old for a lot of "dicking around" I'd give-up quite a bit of my meager savings still remaining after several disasters.

However, I've never been into such magical thinking.  I was propagandized into a different kind of magical thinking by parents and relatives:  denial.  That was also damaging.  I can see it damaged my parents and relatives too!  I recognize cause and effect, but no longer wallow in "blaming."

 

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