Woman Discovers The Reason Why Ancient Greek Statues Have Really Small Manhoods


The secrets of these Greek statues is revealed!

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Have you ever strolled through a museum or art gallery, squinting at ancient Greek statues and wondering why those guys downstairs seem to be on the smaller side? It’s okay, we’ve all been there, but guess what?

There’s a fun and fascinating explanation and we are about to reveal all!

Credit: The British Museum

Meet Ruby Reign, our detective in the world of tiny ancient private parts. Ruby couldn’t help but notice that these statues had massive muscles but not-so-massive packages. So, she embarked on a quest to uncover the truth – because why not?

In a TikTok video that went viral, Ruby asked the burning question, “Have you ever wondered why so many of the ancient Greek statues have colossal muscular physiques and yet a tiny package?” Well, she wondered too, and she did some digging.

@rubysaysstuff I sound like some kind of wannabe professor but I found this kinda interesting #foryou #historytok #ancientgreece #fyp #history #randomfacts ♬ original sound – Ruby

In today’s world, we often hear that bigger is better, especially when it comes to certain body parts but Ruby’s research showed that it wasn’t always like that.

She revealed, “What I wasn’t aware of was that the Greeks often presented their enemies, the Egyptians, the satyr creatures, and even fools in comedies as having large appendages – so it was quite a negative thing to have, which is quite different today.”

In ancient Greece, having a smaller package was seen as a sign of being virtuous, civil, self-controlled, and disciplined. On the other hand, having a bigger one was linked to lustfulness, excessive appetites, and barbarism. VERY different from today’s societal rumours.

Credit: The British Museum

“Turns out that in ancient Greece, having a smaller package was considered a sign of virtue, of civility, or self-control or discipline. Meanwhile, having a bigger one was a sign of lustfulness, of gluttonous appetites and barbarism, which is quite interesting because it’s different to today.”

Ruby’s videos on this intriguing topic have gathered millions of views, and many folks in the small-package community are quite pleased with her findings.

One person cheekily commented, “Remember lads we were on top, now the Barbarians have taken over.” Another said, “We definitely gotta return to our roots.” And a third added with a chuckle, “I was really born in the wrong generation.”

Credit: TikTok User Rubysaysstuff

In the end, Ruby’s investigation teaches us an important lesson: there’s no such thing as one-size-fits-all beauty. “I just think it’s interesting to compare the perspective back then that smaller is better with the view today that, sometimes people think bigger is better. And it just goes to show that our beauty standards, our ideals, are all a social construct, and we shouldn’t get bogged down feeling bad about ourselves.”

So there you have it, the tiny tale of ancient Greek statues and their not-so-massive private parts – a fascinating journey through history and perception and a reminder…size isn’t EVERYTHING!

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