A few weeks ago, I began writing a post about how my favorite rule about penis size also applied to social media efforts.
I haven’t actually finished the post and today, I’ve decided to completely re-vamp it and think about all the areas of life that quality is by far more important than quantity.
The idea that the more you have of something, the better it is, is an idea that is purely born of greed. It doesn’t matter how much you have of something if the quality of it sucks. The quality actually determines how much you need of something. If you have ten cars, but they all break down after one time of driving them, it’s not really worth it. But if you have one car, that carries you past the normal 300,000 kms, isn’t that the better deal?
In almost every situation in your life, you’ll come to learn that it’s not the quantity that matters, but the quality is of uptmost importance. Let’s look at some of the things that this is true for.
I’ll say it before and I’ll say it again! When it comes to penis size, bigger does not necessarily equal better. First of all, it doesn’t matter at all if he’s got a 12 inch dong, if he has no idea how to use it. Second of all, the amount of nerve endings in the vagina decreases significantly after the first 2-3 inches. Instead of ever worrying about the size of your penis, worry about how well you can use it. Girls aren’t worried about the size of your penis either, being that most of our pleasure comes from clitoral stimulation anyways, and you have fingers and tongues and toys to pleasure that!
Social Media Efforts
That’s right, since the original post was about this, it’s only natural that this is number 2. Whether it’s Facebook or Twitter, Google+ or YouTube, it does not matter how many people friend you or follow you or circle you or watch you. It matters what kind of people are doing these things.Are they the type of people who follow you and that’s where the giving ends? Or are they the type of people who will share your online efforts or comment on your statuses? Trust me, you want the latter!
Riding the bus has made me very aware of this particular one. Too much cheap perfume makes you smell bad. But a small dab of a quality perfume, makes you smell fragrant in the most delicious way. So use a good product and use it sparingly… Because I’m getting sick of feeling like I’m going to get sick every time I go on the bus!
This is an old lesson. It’s not the amount of food that you eat that sustains you, but the quality of that food that sustains you. You can eat tons of McDonalds and six or seven baconators from Wendy’s. Great for you! You’re slowly killing yourself by jamming your arteries full of fats, adding extra pounds to your midsection increasing your chances of heart disease, and eating nutrition-less foods that deprive your body instead of fulfill it.Or, you could go to the market and pick yourself up some quality fruits and vegetables, healthy milk and lower fat varieties and eat smaller quantities so that your food lasts longer and not only feel and look better, but increase your life by a few more years. Which sounds better to you?