Size Matters

Mostly, the question of size in relation to certain parts of the male anatomy has been subject of unsubstantiated rumour and conjecture. Until now.  It’s long been assumed that there’s a significant correlation between enhanced dimensions and the making of bold trading decisions. This week comes word here that researchers have found there’s a correlation between testicle size and parental caregiving. They concede that the correlation is statistically significant but not perfect. “The smaller a man’s testicles the more involved he is likely to be in caring for his toddler son or daughter, suggests a study conducted by anthropologists at Emory University in Atlanta, GA, and published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.” The study’s conclusions seem to suggest that a certain amount of shrinkage might occur as a result of increase in the nurturing process. What’s left to be determined, insofar as lumbermen are concerned, is an answer to the question of  whether enhanced nurturing demonstrated in caregiving of customers’ needs and wants could itself expose a guy to increased shrinkage over time.
Hat Tip: Ernie Harder

One thought on “Size Matters

  1. for those of us that are less endowed, if this new information is true, then a complete review of how we handle our customers with respect to the service component will be necessary immediately. Here I thought it was an age thingy, but now I learn it’s because of taking care of our customers needs. Time to retire I’d say. Thanx Ernie for pointing me in the right direction.

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