LONDONERS fret about willy size more than any other Brits, researchers have found.
Not-so-cocksure Cockneys were most likely to ask: ‘Is my penis too small?’ in a Google search.
They accounted for 36 per cent of all UK-wide weekly enquiries by men worried their todger might not measure up. Next came North West blokes (ten per cent) closely followed by those in the West Midlands (nine per cent).
North East fellas accounted for three per cent of searches.
Least worried, or maybe most confident, were those in Wales and Northern Ireland (both one per cent), says the research by showerstoyou.co.uk.
It found 3,590 weekly searches in all for the phrase: Is my willy too small? — 1,300 by Londoners. EastEnders legend Danny Dyer is unlikely to be worried about what lies next to his “orchestra stalls” — though he might if he had the undercarriage of Italian artist Michelangelo’s sculpture David, as we’ve spoofed.
Researchers also found there had been 450,000 UK searches on questions relating to sex in the past month.
Psychologist Emma Kenny said: “Men have grown up in a society which still predominantly doesn’t make them feel comfortable talking about penis size with peers — so they rely on the internet to check things out.
“Some feel that if they are under average there is something wrong with them, or if they are ‘over average’ that is something to be celebrated.
“Men don’t feel as safe having these conversations because they feel embarrassed. But they shouldn’t. It is completely normal to have these conversations — and have these fears as well.”
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