A new mental disorder has been identified by eminent psychologist Dr. Hans Jungerfreud, Professor of Clinical Behavioral Interventions at the University of Mongolia.
Known as Penile Personality Disorder, the condition is thought to affect as many as 75 percent of men worldwide. Symptoms include having an over inflated sense of self importance, utter lack of empathy, loud and boisterous speech and behavior, and being described by others as generally obnoxious and disliked.
Demographically speaking, Penile Personality Disorder, or PDD, strikes men of all ages, ethnic groups, religious affiliations, social and economic classes. According to Dr. Jungerfreud, PDD usually manifests in adolescence. "These PDD sufferers, I can spot them early, even in junior high school. They don't listen to anybody, especially their mothers. They think they know it all, but they know nothing."