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In this video Dan and Jenn discuss what you should do if your penis is big and you are afraid to hurt your partner.
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Dan: This question is from Concerned in Florida, is that like Bob as in Dallas, is that a popular name down there? I’m just curious.
Dear Dan and Jennifer, my penis is 7 1/2 inches long. Thank you for illustrating there, it is kind of this big, I swear, it was this big. Okay, I’m a virgin and I do not want my first to hurt whoever I intend my virginity with. Am I too big?
Jennifer: That is so sweet. Oh my God.
Dan: He is so sweet? He is thinking of that.
Jennifer: You know, it is so nice that you are even thinking about that because most guys would not even give it second thought. So, that’s like a 100 points for you already.
Dan: Just let it, put it somewhere and hope for the best.
Jennifer: Yes, agreed.
Dan: Yes, really. Girls cared more about, on average, women will care more about width than about length.
Jennifer: Agreed, agreed. I don’t know, well okay, I don’t know what will I say from my personal experience or anything like that, but, you know, at least with length, you can control how far it goes in. But, you know, if it’s like this big around like a horse, there’s not much you can do.
Dan: I guess, stay away from the animals. What is to deal with the animals at all in our video today?
Jennifer: I don’t know animal comments today.
Dan: Okay, seriously. Guys get very focused on, we would get so many questions, most of the questions that we get are—Oh my God, is my penis too short, is it too small?
Jennifer: You are very a lucky boy.
Dan: Yes, you’re a lucky guy. You go. But anyway, so many guys are so worried, “is it too long?” but most of them are worried if it is too short, but whatever, don’t get hang up on that. It’s how you use your tools and less about the size of the tool. And bald guys, said bald is beautiful. Okay seriously though—
Jennifer: No matter what size it is, it’s how you use it.
Dan: Yes, whatever. What really matters, be gentle and take it easy and make sure that this actually a pleasurable experience for you and for the special lady, right? For guys, it is so common, guys especially get so excited right? So, excited.
Dan: You know, and sort of forget about everything else and just—and get a little lift, score. You know, ‘one point for the whole team’ that is not exactly the point here.
Jennifer: Meanwhile, the girls are very disappointed.
Dan: What happened to the visiting team? What happened? Right? It is not cool.
Dan: Anyway, frankly speaking, make sure you use a good lubricant and again safe sex always, every time. Not thinking about it, ignorance in sex doesn’t count. Safe sex, good lubricant. Be smart. Be safe.