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Mar 20th 2010 10:09PM One more female perspective. I apologize if I'm interloping Emily, buy you have a way of making on feel welcome to do so.
Here's the thing: you've got to think of it thusly: A guys penis size is can be compared quite well with a girl's breast size. It's rather an accurate comparison. Think of breast size: How important is it to a guy? You're probably thinking, some guys find large breasts really important. If a girl has small ones, guys will be disappointed... Or you're thinking, it's not that important at all to me. In fact, I prefer small breasts.... Or you're thinking, something between the two.
So... it depends on the guy whether large breasts are important or not right? Yep. Same thing with girls and penises (peni). Depends on the girl. However, as Emily indicates women will generally be disappointed by the under fives. Just like men will generally be disappointed with the under Bs. But if the rest of the person is awesome, it won't be a deal-breaker at all. At least not for anyone you'd ever want to go out with. IMHO.
Mar 30th 2009 8:11PM According to the above photo, you both have great legs. :o)
Good Job Shane, I really enjoyed reading your coverage.
Dec 19th 2008 9:12AM I think it's awesome...and I don't see why she can't do both. Win LPGA tournaments and compete with the guys. The thing is, lots of guys think girls are like them; with this desperate need to win and be number one...or they're totally devastated . Lot's of girls don't have that. Michelle Wie is obviously very competitive but she also sees the value of playing PGA events even if she's not going to win. And what about the guys who finish 70th should they not be playing in those tournaments either?
Oct 14th 2008 8:31PM OMG, I knew nothing about this...and I'm sort of glad I didn't or I might have been tempted to watch it. ;o)
Sep 8th 2008 1:48PM Personally, I would have loved the "Kiss my Ass" routine. Vijay is so awesome, and that attitude is part of it. After the last couple of wins he came perilously close to warm & fuzzy. Now the villian's back. Long live the villian.
Oct 15th 2007 3:56PM Hello Jamie,
It's great to see you highlighting the story about the Kabul Golf Course. It really does serve a higher purpose in war torn Afghanistan than simply golf, and I'm hoping to set up a charity of sorts to help support the Kabul Golf Course. I'll keep you posted on any developments.
Jun 18th 2007 6:09PM No come on. The physique is phenomenal... of course the ESPN guys are obsessing about it...and the red shirt looked avatar amazing.
I don't think we'll be seeing this look on Tiger often, however. I'm guessing he'll be back to his discreet, rather conventional golf look next time out. Classy but a bit boring, more his style.
Now... maybe if he'd have won in the razzle shirt...