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06 March 2003 @ 10:51 pm
Question  
Are 'how big are your breasts?' and 'how big is your cock?' contextually the same question?

Are the normal answers given comparable? Why is a rather specific answer expected for the former, but not the latter?

Time for a little social mores research.

-the redhead-

"It is the mark of an educated man to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it." –Aristotle
 
 
 
Liquid Tension Movementperspicuity on March 7th, 2003 08:37 am (UTC)
hmmmm. interesting. i've been wondering how, or at all
to answer the question. i've never been asked, and i've
never asked. if asked, my answer would probably be rather
sarcastic, and if i asked, i can't imagine not getting such
an answer. the only context i *might* ask if i were buying
or making clothes for someone, and needed fitting information.

silly people.

hmmm. sample answers for fun...

"bigger than you [r ego] can handle"
"if you need to ask, you don't need to know"
"if you can't tell now, what good are you?"
"did you want that in meters per second or volume?"
"metric or english?"
"why, i never!"
"ask your mom/dad!"
"you didn't just ask me that, you better not have"
"keeel! jumping up and down on the desk keel! KEEL!"

uhm. sorry :>