Study Shows That Playing Too Many Video Games Can Make Your Member Smaller
You might want to put down that video game controller after reading this. A study from the University of Berkeley has showed that playing video games for an extended period of more than seven hours a day can result in your gamer penis becoming smaller.
The study surveyed 500 male and 19 trans-female gamers from California and observed the amount of hours each day they spent playing video games and how that has affected the size of their genitalia. Those with neck-beards saw the most reduction in size as they on average played video games for the most hours.
Half of the participants claimed that they quit or limited their video game use as a result of the test. Meanwhile, the rest reportedly claim to have had not much use for their genitals anyway and weren't at all affected by the outcome.
"Wow. I heard video games could be used as murder simulators. I heard they were racist, sexist, homophobic, extremely problematic, and part of a rape culture guided by tyrannical men. And we've learned to accept that. But I would never think that it would make my thing smaller," said study participant Gabriel Wang. "Usually I'd laugh something like that off, but it happened to me. Video games took away inches I will never get back."
"Seriously, I hate video games now," said random Twitter user Victoria Lockhart. "It ruined my relationship and now I have to find a new boyfriend. He was too busy playing Fortnite to pay enough attention to me. And now I'm hearing it's also making gamer men even more inadequate in the bedroom. #KillVideoGamesNOW"
The study lasted a period of two years. It was first initiated on Wednesday, November 9, 2016; immediately following the election of Donald Trump. The survey concluded on Friday, November 9, 2018. The conclusion demonstrated that those who participated in the survey saw an average size reduction of 2.5 inches.
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