India might me a rising superpower, but there is apparently at least on category in which Westerners have nothing to fear. A BBC News article reports on a study made on more than 1000 Indian males, and males only. The results : the average Indian shares the Japanese South Park Character Syndrome.
But hey, as says "Sunil Mehra, the former editor of the Indian version of the men's magazine Maxim : It's not size, it's what you do with it that matters." Classic!
Because the primary topic of the article is the relative oversize of condoms for Indians [!], notice the inevitable AIDS remark, essential for bringing the news piece back to a more serious tone.
The issue is serious because about one in every five times a condom is used in India it either falls off or tears, an extremely high failure rate.
And the country already has the highest number of HIV infections of any nation.
So, if I get it right, Africa, Brazil and India all have the highest number of HIV infections. Interesting.
But let's not allow the dreaded BBC to spoil our fun here and get back on topic : Indians' tiny-wienies. Unfortunately for them, another Pulitzer contender from the BBC tells us that
The majority of men who have penis enlargements end up dissatisfied with the results, a study says. [...] The study said rather than having surgery the men should be referred for psychological counselling.
Other experts agreed it should be a last resort.
Damn, I guess there is only one option left for the poor Indians : shut their borders to competition.
The point of all this? The BBC rocks. For real.