In a study that I feel like was rigged by cosmetic surgeons, a group of Japanese researchers found that men with bigger noses tend to be bigger in other parts of their bodies.

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“This study is the first to demonstrate the relationship between stretched penile length and nose size,” wrote researchers from the Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine.

To determine the connection between the schnoz and the schlong, the researchers went out and examined the 126 recently deceased middle-aged men.

They measured everything from the cadavers' height and weight to the length of the trouser snake.

For the study, to get an estimate of how long the peen would be in an erect state, they'd lay the cadavers on their back and... pull on it until it was extended as far as they thought it could go.

They found that men who had snouts of 2.2 inches long tended to average a wang of 5.3 inches long.

Meanwhile, the bodies with beaks of a more medium stature had a phallus of 4 1/2 inches or so, the average size in Japan.

Weirdly enough, there wasn't a link between the smeller and their flaccid phallus, because as the study explained, some were found to be "shower's" while others were "growers."

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“The fact that nose size is related to stretched penile length indicates that penile length may not be determined by age, height or body weight but has already been determined before birth,” per the study.

While they did find a correlation, they aren't sure why there is one.

"The reason why stretched penile length and nose size are related is still unclear,” they wrote.

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