Sick and tired of your EHarmony membership? Attracting complete freaks in the personals ad in your local area? Snubbed by your Aunt Melba’s blind date attempt? Fear no more: the latest innovation in online dating has arrived!
At the office today, while I was sifting through my website reader and checking out some news, I happened across a website called 7orBetter.com. Completely intrigued simply by the name, I clicked on the link and there I found the newest form of online dating. Ladies (or men, whatever your persuasion), this one’s all you.
Their logo, which doesn’t mince any words or leave any room for theoretical interpretation, simply states “Where Size Does Matter.”
Had I a penis, it’d probably be shrieking in fear and shriveling in my tight-fit pants as we speak. How… embarrassing. Their logo should be “helping shoddy-looking, well-endowed males connect with women who don’t care about who they are, what they can emotionally offer, the size of their bank accounts — only the pork they’re packing.”
I have to say, from my previous experiences, the tail of the whale doesn’t necessary dictate the motion of the ocean. I can also personally say that bigger is not always better. I can also contradict that statement by saying that I did have a boyfriend, way back in the day, with whom sex was like a Pap smear with a wet Q-tip. In retrospect, I can conclude that yes, where size does matter to an extent, it’s not the sole feature that I, personally, look for in a man.
Research shows that average penis size in a full-grown, post-pubescent man is approximately 5.1 to 5.9 inches. Some women would question, is 7 inches really asking too much?
7 or Better claims they take the guesswork out of dating. 7 or better is, reportedly, about finding the person you really want. 7 or Better: humiliating and intimidating short short men since 2009.