Report: Yes, There Is a Correlation between Wealth and the Size of Your… Member
9:10 am, July 22nd | by Amy Tennery
Between space mogul Elon Musk building the world’s largest rocket and other folks buying up diamond-encrusted iPads, sometimes you really do start to wonder. Heck, Mogulite’s Mogul Toy of the Day is practically a monument to overcompensation.
But the notion that wealth is some kind of indicator when it comes to the size of your man parts? That’s hogwash. Or is it? One report seems to suggest otherwise.
A study from University of Helsinki showed that nations with the greatest GDP were home to men of “average” size, according to Gawker. For those of you keeping score at home, that would mean that the men in the U.S. and China, which have the greatest GDP and have the most billionaires, are the most likely to be… average. How underwhelming.
And your upper-bracket penii? They’re more likely to have lower GDP’s the report shows — same thing goes for below average members. I’ll refrain from any further speculation on which countries fall into which categories. I’m only halfway through my first coffee, after all.
Let’s let the report do the talking:
With due reservations it is also found to be more important determinant of GDP growth than country’s political regime type. Controlling for male organ slows convergence and mitigates the negative effect of population growth on economic development slightly. Although all evidence is suggestive at this stage, the ‘male organ hypothesis’ put forward here is robust to exhaustive set of controls and rests on surprisingly strong correlations.
Huh. Who would have thought.