If wives have been lying and size really does matter, the state of Georgia is in big trouble.
A new “study” ranking states according to the size of male genitalia fails to mention our manly state at all.
I was exposed to this shocking lack of information by a Time.com article, which lists which states purchase the most larger-than-usual condoms.
North Dakota, which is usually busy drilling oil, is ranked first. Tiny Rhode Island is No. 2, but they are likely overcompensating for constantly being compared to small things.
Georgia, which should probably be ranked ahead of at least Alabama (No. 8), is nowhere to be seen on the list.
What does this mean? Are Georgia men simply not purchasing giant condoms? Has the legislature banned the sale of such things and I’ve not noticed? Have Georgia merchants zipped up their sales data?
Time has asked Condomania (the geniuses that left an entire state off a ’state-by-state’ list) why Georgia was shortchanged.
I’ll keep you updated.
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