A two-year study carried out by the Indian Council of Medical Research has concluded that Indian men are the worlds most honest when it comes to completing surveys about penis size.
The findings indicated that Indian mens penis' are too short for average condoms in a survey of 1000 men.
The corresponding surveys in all other countries concluded that the men who took part throughout the rest of the world knowingly added at least 4 inches to their perceived length.
An Indian medical council spokesman today commented, "because the rest of the world lies in their surveys, condoms are being made in 4 sizes, compact, medium, large and way-above-average. In fact, the sizes large and way-above-average are made up sizes resulting from inflated answers in condom surveys." When asked about the effect that the heavily massaged statistics have on the world at large, the spokesman pointed out the huge rise in teenage pregnancies in the Western world as proof that condoms are slipping off the not so way-above-average male.
However, it's not all bad news. According to research carried out in the UK, it is not necessarily the case that men are actually stretching the truth about the size of their manhood. It has now been scientifically proven that western mens inherent perception of their penis size is exaggerated due to hormones present in their brains. Which of course are located in their penises.