Penis Size Syndrome

I’m sure we’ve all seen this before. Whether male or female, you can see that men change when we are around other men. Women notice this the most because their “man” is usually some baby-talking wuss whenever they are alone. However, when “the boys” come around, the baby talk goes out the window and the guy turns into “a jerk”. Anyone shaking their head right now is probably surrounded by their male friends right now.

I call this mental disorder Penis Size Syndrome (PSS). It is one of the biggest relationship killers in society, but it does not only exist with men who are dating or married. This happens with all men. We feel like there is something we need to prove to other men in the world. Women, pay extra attention to that last sentence. It has nothing to do with you. We aren’t comparing our penis size to yours!

PSS is a disorder the affects almost every man at all ages. However, it is most prevalent in men who are in their 20s. Symptoms may include (but are not limited to):

  • Driving a big truck
  • Putting a lift kit on your small truck
  • Spiking your hair
  • Popping your collar
  • Grunting exceptionally loud while working out at the gym
  • Making fun of your girlfriend or wife in front of your friends
  • Trying too hard to create “awkward” situations
  • Claiming oneself as a “nice guy”
  • Dying the tips of your hair

We’ve all seen these symptoms in someone we know. Perhaps your brother? Your cousin? Your father? Maybe even you?

What’s the treatment for Penis Size Syndrome? Unfortunately, there is no known treatment for PSS, but it normally fades with age. PSS peaks in men who are in their mid-20s and does not begin to subside until we reach 30. Most men are in complete remission by the time they reach 60 years of age.

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