Smaller Penises Mean Bigger Economies, Study Says

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Countries that averaged smaller penis sizes averaged larger economic growth from 1960 to 1985, a study has found. |

In a study published today, the University of Helsinki's Tatu Westling points out a surprising strong correlation between a country's GDP growth rate and average penile length. [...] Countries that averaged smaller penis sizes grew at a faster rate than their larger counterparts between 1960 and 1985. Every centimeter increase in penis size accounted for a 5 to 7 percent reduction in economic growth.

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