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Man With 2.9 Inch Micropenis Says He's 'Like A Jedi' In Bed

Man With 2.9 Inch Micropenis Says He's 'Like A Jedi' In Bed

A man with a 2.9 inch (7.3 cm) micropenis says he's like a 'Jedi Warrior' in the bedroom.

Generally, there is a perception that bigger is better when it comes to luncheon truncheons, but Michael Harris has compared his sexual prowess to the extraordinary skills of Obi-Wan Kenobi - or Obi-Wan Keknobi.

The army veteran and scaffolder - who is originally from Hereford, UK, and currently lives in New Zealand - said his member has actually made him more accomplished in the bonking department.

He said: "There are many women who would actually prefer to date men with smaller willies, because a lot of men - like me - are much better in bed because we are more thoughtful and inventive.

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"I don't think that women are all that concerned about the size of your manhood. I've never had a bad review - in fact quite the opposite. Guys need to be more aware that sex is far more than just slamming it in and going for gold.

Credit: The Sun / News Licensing
Credit: The Sun / News Licensing

"I am basically like a Jedi warrior with my skills and that's even before I begin the actual intercourse."

Phwoooar stop it Mike I'm getting all hot and bothered.

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If like Mike, your todger is on the smaller side, he reckons you shouldn't let it bother you too much, as men make more of a big deal out of it than women do, from a heterosexual perspective that is.

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The 31-year-old said: "In general men are far too hung up about their body parts. There's nothing you can do about it.

"Growing up, I used to worry about my penis size, but once I started dating girls in my late teens I realised I had absolutely nothing to worry about. I am living proof that sex is all about technique, not size.

"I've never had a girl say, 'Oh, that's a small one'. But being in the army, I used to get loads of banter about the size of my willy. Friends used to say, 'Oi, mate, I've got something stuck in my teeth, can I use your willy?'. Or I would get called 'the micro penis guy'.

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"But I am a big, fit guy, and nothing really intimidates me. To be blunt, once the willy is erect it doesn't make much difference and anyway penetration is only the finale of sex.

"So many men worry about the actual size of their penis, and it's so pointless."

Credit: The Sun / News Licensing
Credit: The Sun / News Licensing

Indeed, finding a partner as a man with a small penis has never been easier with the advent of dinky ONE. The dating site only accepts men whose penises are smaller than the erect average of about 5.5 inches (14 cm) and almost 28,000 people have already signed up.

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Commenting on the emergence of the site, Michael said: "If this makes both men and women more comfortable about dating then I am all for it.

"My only concern about the website is that it could be used for trolling guys with small willies, and making fun of them. I would be very aware that it could be used as a comedy tool, so to speak."

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Topics: Interesting, Sex, Community

Jake Massey

Jake Massey is a journalist at LADbible. He graduated from Newcastle University, where he learnt a bit about media and a lot about living without heating. After spending a few years in Australia and New Zealand, Jake secured a role at an obscure radio station in Norwich, inadvertently becoming a real-life Alan Partridge in the process. From there, Jake became a reporter at the Eastern Daily Press. Jake enjoys playing football, listening to music and writing about himself in the third person.