Don’t Want No Short, Short Man…or Do I?

Okay. For this post, I am going to be talking about stature, penises, and…a surprise topic. I’ll talk about the obvious topics first.

Of course, my meme eludes to a song. The song in its X-rated version is talking about dongs, phallis, Peter, cock, prick, d!ck, schlong, Johnson, Willy-wood-member. So…do the ladies like big pickles? Sure…just like most men like big boobies. However, when it comes to ‘loving’ someone — and by ‘loving’ I am talking about emotional attachment that makes you want to spend time with that person — then big pickles are not such a big deal. If you really love someone who has a micro-penis, then someone somewhere makes big dildos, so…buy him one to use on you next Valentine’s Day or on a Happy Friday.

I dated two men with micro-penises, but one of the guys was hooked on steroids, while the other one was still a lying cheat. Go figure.

The next category is height. Do most women like taller men…yes. Just like most men like shorter women. But…when emotional attachment comes into play, then height is not a factor. The most exquisite man (Nate) I ever met…and by exquisite I mean I just want to eat him for dessert every day and he literally takes my breath away is…5’6”. So people have their stereotypical preference, but every now and then you meet a “BAE” and stereotypes go out the window.

There is one exception to this rule, which is…character. When you discover that your man (or woman) is short on character, then kick them to the curb and keep moving. You don’t have time for that. Character is non-negotiable. People who have poor character are selfish, self-serving, and they will Wreck. Your. Life.

So when I say that “I don’t want no short, short man”, then I’m saying that I don’t want a man short on character.

In my next post, I’ll talk about a man I dated who was short on character. Stay tuned.

Published by analyticalperspective

Heather Blackwell is a CBT-certified mental health coach and Psychology subject matter expert (SME), dedicated to bringing Psychology insights to the self-help community. She studied two masters degrees in the areas of Forensic Psychology and MFT, and has 15+ years’ experience in behavioral analysis under her skill belt. Her discussion topics include, but are not inclusive to, dating experiences, interpersonal relationships, maladaptive behavioral development, self-identity development, self-help, holistic mind-body health, and nutrition as it applies to mental wellness.

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