In an animal kingdom specifically the canine world, dogs with big balls are seen to be the dominant, the ruler of their group. And we thought it’s the same with humans, but I was wrong.
Being a man doesn’t measure on the size of their testicles.
I once dated this guy from New York City, working as a consultant for a prestigious corporate company here in Manila, who has small nuts I’ve ever seen. Unlike Samantha who dated the biggest one, my experience is I barely notice he have balls. What matters to me then is how good we are together and how good the sex is.
A friend of mine dated this guy from Amsterdam, and according to her, he has a huge sagging scrotum and turns out a complete jerk. Obviously, she dumped him.
I’m saying if you are looking for a relationship, size doesn’t matter.
Yes, it is created in pairs a very sensitive accessory for men, but it doesn’t make you less MAN if you have a smaller nuts.
What makes a man having a Uni-Ball?
It might be genetically or maybe caused of testicular cancer, a version of breast cancer for most women.
That’s why it is also encourage for men to have a regular testicular checkup in order to avoid this kind of cancer, and of course to know if your are physically healthy.
Nobody wants to have cancer as accessory, right?