Sunday, March 6, 2005 11:54:15 AM
Thank you much for the visual... now if you'll please place your manhood on the scanner... hehe... Seriously thou, is that supposed to be flacid or hard length? And what if it`s cold out? I know everyone`s different, but, the example I have in my life has a significantly longer ring finger, yet he`s not agressive... and the thumb to pointer length is longer than flacid and shorter than hard.... so I have no idea what that means.
Sunday, March 6, 2005 8:34:51 AM
I've seen a science show that said the same thing, but with athletic prowess instead of aggression, all due to prenatal testosterone levels. It seems that the length of your ring finger is proportionate to the amount of testosterone you were subjected to in your mother`s womb, and testosterone builds muscle and tempers. It`s new research, but I believe there`s a connection.