PE­NIS FACTS

Girlfriend - - THE DL -

Even though there are no ac­tual bones in a pe­nis, it can break. This is known as a pe­nile frac­ture (OUCH).

Dur­ing the night when a guy is sleep­ing, it’s nor­mal for him to ex­pe­ri­ence be­tween three to ve erec­tions.

De­spite pop­u­lar be­lief, foot size has noth­ing to do with pe­nis size.

Phal­lo­pho­bia is the fear of a pe­nis.

One tes­ti­cle al­ways hangs a lit­tle lower than the other so they don’t knock into each other when a guy is walk­ing.

Ejac­u­la­tion has noth­ing to do with the brain, but in­stead is stim­u­lated by his spinal cord.

The pe­nis stops grow­ing when a guy nishes pu­berty. Ev­ery­one de­vel­ops at a dif­fer­ent rate, but the aver­age age for all a guy’s body parts to be fully grown is 16.

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