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Re: Tiny-Penis-Truck Woes
« Reply #50 on: May 25, 2016, 06:15:49 AM »
i have to say, this is ridiculous.
I think it is more of a cultural thing more than anything...

the west coast has their bikes and hybrids
the south has their redneck jacked up trucks with a ball sack hanging from the hitch

get the fuck over it people. to each their own...no need to bash an entire swath of people based on their vehicle.

(i drive a 4 cylinder sedan)

i was once involved quite heavily in a very expensive hobby with ZERO practicality that i guarantee some would attribute the "tiny penis" syndrome. Maybe i just enjoyed the science, math, social gatherings, and fun associated with it...but i guess that couldn't possibly be the case.

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Re: Tiny-Penis-Truck Woes
« Reply #51 on: May 25, 2016, 07:34:39 AM »

Hilarious! I'd be so tempted to put one of these on my beater when we move.

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Re: Tiny-Penis-Truck Woes
« Reply #52 on: May 26, 2016, 07:28:34 PM »
You mention it in the title of the post, and I've always said: I genuinely feel sorry for guys who drive trucks like that. Overcompensating looks so expensive.

And now the poor guy is getting ticketed? Damn it, Quebec, it's not his fault he has a tiny dick! That's discriminating and size-ist.

I kind of wonder... Do people ACTUALLY think there is a correlation to driving a big jacked up truck and having a tiny penis? I get it's fun to poke fun, but come on...

It doesn't have to be a tiny penis. The person may just be short, or a small penis, or small hands, or whatever else they feel they have to compensate for physically or emotionally.  But to the gist of your question YES driving a big jacked up truck means you are compensating for something (I believe) - but it doesn't have to be penis.

In less rural/conservative areas the "BMW people" would also fall into this same category, in my opinion.

Are all the females driving trucks wearing padded bra's?  Do they have a different negative characteristic that forces them to drive a truck?  Unless they are transgender, I would assume they are not compensating for their small penises.
We are compensating for our total lack of penises (peni? penies?) because we all want to be men don't ya know...brahahaha...ummm....no.  Most definitely no.

While I have a small truck (older and has a useful purpose in my life) and have had a couple of other trucks (also small ones) as does my sister, I have never associated masculinity with trucks at all or vice versa. To me they are just hunks of metal that serve a purpose. So I think that they are more about style and show then about making up for some physical lack or insecurity about their sexuality/attraction to others. They seem to serve the same purpose that sports cars did for guys a couple of decades ago and that,  in some locales like my area,  that the fancy luxury sedans do now (with Masaradi and Teslas currently the new fab choice for the young guys around here). Those are in style here and show wealth (or at least enough income to get into debt for one) and that's what I think big showboat trucks are also doing elsewhere - showing income and looking cool and stylish for others. I believe it's probably the same for women who have big trucks. So no wee-peni envy but just a strong desire to say "look at me! Look at me! Aren't I awesome with my fancy expensive vehicle" (whether truck or sedan or sports car)

Of course all that's assuming the person doesn't have other more practical reasons to own it or just likes it. Sometimes that's all it's about and nothing else.

Surely you are not challenging the idea that all truck owners are short insecure assholes with small......assets.

I often wonder about the Prius owners whose cars are covered in liberal bumper stickers.  Do they suffer from a similar affliction.  I try not to judge before getting to know a person.

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Re: Tiny-Penis-Truck Woes
« Reply #53 on: May 27, 2016, 06:43:36 PM »
I live in a city. There are far more perfectly clean jacked up trucks on perfectly clean rims then there are jobs that require perfectly clean brand new trucks.

Their driving doesn't bother me nearly as much as their use of compact spots. I drive a compact, and just about everywhere I go I can't use compact spots because giant trucks and SUVs are parked there taking up multiple spots.

Me and a friend thought of an interesting solution. Take two old dented up tiny cars and squeeze them as close to the truck on either side as possible so the driver can't get in.

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Re: Tiny-Penis-Truck Woes
« Reply #54 on: May 27, 2016, 08:49:26 PM »
And if you aren't sure if it is too big or too small -


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Re: Tiny-Penis-Truck Woes
« Reply #55 on: June 14, 2016, 03:39:28 PM »
Spent a week racking up 1500 miles in a Tahoe on a work trip. Vehicle provided to me.

Had every gadget known to me plus a few more. And returned 25 mpg highway - the same as our older CR-V.

We're starting to shop for our next vehicle and it won't be anything big like the Tahoe because as nice as it is rolling down the highway at 65 mph it was terrible in parking lots and tight spaces.

And it's proportions were just silly.  The SUV had a jiggly suspension when it was lightly loaded on rougher highways up north. To get in comfortably the running board was welcomed b/c the seat was too high to slide right in but the running board was so close to the body of the vehicle if I turned my foot too far, my foot could slip off of the running board suddenly. Getting out involved sliding off of the front seat which doesn't bode well for the front seat surviving a couple 100K without being worn to shreds.

Seating for seven but a good minivan could have had better ergonomics and driving behavior. The back seat was made for little kids old enough to climb back there on their own (not in baby seats) but not so tall that they didn't have leg room b/c the seat sat on the floor.

The problem I discovered this morn was that our family normal sized vehicles seem like clown cars by comparison now. I realize now how some people used to large vehicles like the Tahoe could look down literally and figuratively on anything less.

It felt like the realization that I had a substance abuse problem but in this case I realized I had gotten used to a large vehicle over the past week. ;)

Our ordinary vehicles never seemed so ordinary as this morn. I'm so glad to be home and out of that SUV. It seriously could make a person believe that they couldn't settle for anything less. Couple that with a house with some touches of luxury and they'll be ruined for life.... ;)

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Re: Tiny-Penis-Truck Woes
« Reply #56 on: June 14, 2016, 04:12:40 PM »
A big lifted truck can be had for as little as $1000, or built for a couple grand. I know a lot of people here spend far more than that on their econoboxes and some spend more than that on bicycles. The article does not have a picture of the truck or anything to indicate how much money the guy may have put into it. May not even be worth mocking if he's only got a couple thousand into it and it's his only vehicle. I don't understand the hatred from so many here, this has zero effect on any of you and the man has lost his home. Hopefully he had insurance and will eventually get a payout to replace his stuff.

In any event, I haven't seen anyone point out the absurdity of the local government harassing this victim for simply minding his own business. The guy's life has been turned upside down and you people want to make fun of his truck and his penis (which the article does not mention) and cheer on the government stealing his money and harassing him while he's trying to get his life in order while harming no one? That is just disgusting to me.

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Re: Tiny-Penis-Truck Woes
« Reply #57 on: June 15, 2016, 08:05:16 AM »
Update: our ordinary car feels more "normal" this morn.

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Re: Tiny-Penis-Truck Woes
« Reply #58 on: June 16, 2016, 10:10:07 AM »
You're right about that. Or get out the bicycle and go for a ride. Suddenly everything seems huge and crazy fast by comparison.

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Re: Tiny-Penis-Truck Woes
« Reply #59 on: June 16, 2016, 01:54:41 PM »
You mention it in the title of the post, and I've always said: I genuinely feel sorry for guys who drive trucks like that. Overcompensating looks so expensive.

And now the poor guy is getting ticketed? Damn it, Quebec, it's not his fault he has a tiny dick! That's discriminating and size-ist.

I kind of wonder... Do people ACTUALLY think there is a correlation to driving a big jacked up truck and having a tiny penis? I get it's fun to poke fun, but come on...

It doesn't have to be a tiny penis. The person may just be short, or a small penis, or small hands, or whatever else they feel they have to compensate for physically or emotionally.  But to the gist of your question YES driving a big jacked up truck means you are compensating for something (I believe) - but it doesn't have to be penis.

In less rural/conservative areas the "BMW people" would also fall into this same category, in my opinion.

Are all the females driving trucks wearing padded bra's?  Do they have a different negative characteristic that forces them to drive a truck?  Unless they are transgender, I would assume they are not compensating for their small penises.


If you don't actually need a truck (i.e. you haul tons of dirt around or whatever) and you just like a big vehicle because it makes you feel powerful or that you have a commanding position of the road, or more like a king or whatever then you are compensating for something.  It can be you are insecure, it can be you don't feel powerful, it can be you get pushed around at work or at home or whatever.  It can be a perceived physical or emotional defect.  But rationally there is no other reason to own the truck.

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Re: Tiny-Penis-Truck Woes
« Reply #60 on: June 17, 2016, 10:32:57 AM »
You mention it in the title of the post, and I've always said: I genuinely feel sorry for guys who drive trucks like that. Overcompensating looks so expensive.

And now the poor guy is getting ticketed? Damn it, Quebec, it's not his fault he has a tiny dick! That's discriminating and size-ist.

I kind of wonder... Do people ACTUALLY think there is a correlation to driving a big jacked up truck and having a tiny penis? I get it's fun to poke fun, but come on...

It doesn't have to be a tiny penis. The person may just be short, or a small penis, or small hands, or whatever else they feel they have to compensate for physically or emotionally.  But to the gist of your question YES driving a big jacked up truck means you are compensating for something (I believe) - but it doesn't have to be penis.

In less rural/conservative areas the "BMW people" would also fall into this same category, in my opinion.

Are all the females driving trucks wearing padded bra's?  Do they have a different negative characteristic that forces them to drive a truck?  Unless they are transgender, I would assume they are not compensating for their small penises.


If you don't actually need a truck (i.e. you haul tons of dirt around or whatever) and you just like a big vehicle because it makes you feel powerful or that you have a commanding position of the road, or more like a king or whatever then you are compensating for something.  It can be you are insecure, it can be you don't feel powerful, it can be you get pushed around at work or at home or whatever.  It can be a perceived physical or emotional defect.  But rationally there is no other reason to own the truck.

There are pickup trucks at the metro parking lot. I'm like, really, you need a tank to drive to metro?

I drive a small Honda and cannot see over them when backing out.  So it does affect me, as well as the environment.

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Re: Tiny-Penis-Truck Woes
« Reply #61 on: June 19, 2016, 01:19:54 AM »
I have a tiny dick. Where's my truck?

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Re: Tiny-Penis-Truck Woes
« Reply #62 on: June 19, 2016, 06:58:26 AM »
Big stupid gas-guzzling trucks mean small penises? Well, I drive a litttle hybrid. Take that as you will.

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Re: Tiny-Penis-Truck Woes
« Reply #63 on: June 19, 2016, 06:03:03 PM »
You mention it in the title of the post, and I've always said: I genuinely feel sorry for guys who drive trucks like that. Overcompensating looks so expensive.

And now the poor guy is getting ticketed? Damn it, Quebec, it's not his fault he has a tiny dick! That's discriminating and size-ist.

I kind of wonder... Do people ACTUALLY think there is a correlation to driving a big jacked up truck and having a tiny penis? I get it's fun to poke fun, but come on...
I do.

Then you don't think clearly. 

Or you are mathematically challenged.

In many states, truck sales make up a quarter or more of all vehicle sales (and if you add in SUVs, which are often bigger than trucks and built on a truck chassis, the percentage is even higher).  The national average is slightly above 15%.  Hence, it's simply not mathematically possible that "only men with tiny penises buy trucks."

"Tiny" would be considered those 2 standard deviations below the mean in a normal distribution.  That means that, mathematically, approximately 2.5% of men have "tiny penises."   Hence, even if every man with a tiny penis drove a truck, the vast majority of truck sales are to non-tiny penis men.

But if you already knew that.

You are just pissy because you don't like big trucks, so you and others make a childish insults.

It's the same sort of bitchy non-logic that also leads to similar illogical childish nonsense like "only men with small penises buy performance sports cars" or "only men with small penises buy high end luxury cars" or similar comments that people make about people who buy things that they personally don't approve of.

So quit hiding behind the nonsense, and own it.  Just say you don't like trucks.

I drive a truck.  It's the first one I've owned and I love it, best vehicle I've ever owned.  I've had it for 14-years- far longer than any other vehicle I've ever owned. I actually hate driving a tiny car (like my wife's BMW 328- I get claustrophobic in that little thing) and will only drive on if I have no other choice.

This was discussed on the "anti-truck" thread about a year ago, but if you want, I'll tell you again why I prefer to drive a truck- and it's got nothing to do with "look at me" stuff.

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Re: Tiny-Penis-Truck Woes
« Reply #64 on: June 19, 2016, 08:13:12 PM »
That's why I don't drive a truck, they are so common now that it doesn't really get the message across.

This, on the other hand ...


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Re: Tiny-Penis-Truck Woes
« Reply #65 on: June 20, 2016, 07:49:30 AM »
I have a tiny dick. Where's my truck?

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Re: Tiny-Penis-Truck Woes
« Reply #66 on: June 20, 2016, 02:19:58 PM »
Who wouldn't feel warm and fuzzy?


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Re: Tiny-Penis-Truck Woes
« Reply #67 on: June 21, 2016, 09:06:20 AM »
That guy gets extra points for the rebel flag.  I'd say he's about 4 & 5/8 inches.

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Re: Tiny-Penis-Truck Woes
« Reply #68 on: June 21, 2016, 09:28:14 AM »
^^^ hey I think that guy's my neighbor. j/k

We have a lot of them around here and I know several guys personally who have monster jacked-up trucks.

All of them I know are actually very cool dudes. Their trucks are just toys. Ever heard the saying 'only difference between men and boys is the size and price of their toys'? It's true. why else are hot wheels cars so ridiculous? it's a toy. it makes the kid inside them happy. They get together and talk trucks and shows and truck parts and are so happy, like boys talking about action figures (or whatever they talk about, I forget)

I go to church with a 70ish snappy dresser, sharp gentlemen. He has made a profitable career out of marketing for small to medium sized businesses (websites, flyers, billboards, logos, etc). He and his wife both are 'larger than life' characters: loud, cheerful, big house, big jewelry, etc. Super nice and generous people. His personal run-about is a late model lifted F350 diesel on 26" rims. The hood is at the height of my head, and I am 6'3".