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In 1993, the American Government funded a study to see why the head of

a man's penis was larger than the shaft. After one year and

180,000.00, they concluded that the reason the head was larger than

the shaft was to give the man more pleasure during sex.

After the US published the study, France decided to do their own

study.

After $250,000.00, and 3 years of research, they concluded that the

reason was to give the woman more pleasure during sex.

Newfoundland, unsatisfied with these findings, conducted their own

study. After 2 weeks and a cost of around $75.46 and 2 cases of beer,

they concluded that it was to keep a man's hand from flying off and

hitting him in the forehead.

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