A global survey of manhood sizes is out and South Sudan is ranking among the top ten countries with “Long Johns” as the country average men measures 6.8 inches up.
The research carried around 116 countries by the University of Ulster-Northern Ireland was conducted to see if there was any truth to myths that African banana sizes are “anacondas” compared to Asian brothers, who are alleged to have the smallest bananas.
Well, don’t go bananas bcoz the survey found out the myth to be true: Africans countries top the list while Asians counter are far too low.
At the top of the list were the Congo, whose men boasted an average of 7.1 inches. Closely following them were Ecuadorians at 7.0 inches, South Sudanese at 6.8 inches; and Colombians at 6.7 inches.
Surprisingly Ethiopian have the smallest “Johns” in Africa, standing tall at 5.3 inches while North and South Korea were at the bottom of the list with the smallest”Johns” in the world.
We’ve compiled the following graphic as a visual aid.