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Here’s a World Map of Penis and Breast Sizes

Your boob size, mapped.

Eighteen-year-old Slovak artist, writer and entrepreneur Martin Vargic is best known for his book Vargic’s Miscellany Of Curious Maps. In this book, he has illustrated intricate world maps on the most interesting topics. Ever wondered whether your boobs were bigger or smaller than the average South African woman’s? Now you can compare your breast size to the rest of the world.

Related: 12 Things You Should Know about Dating a Girl with Small Boobs

Here is a map showing the average breast size of women around the world. Some stereotypes remain true, showing that Asia and Africa have the smallest breast size, and that Russia has the largest average breast size (larger than a D-cup).

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We will just go ahead and leave this map here.

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Related: 9 Things You’ve Been Told About Penises That Aren’t True

Did you know that South Africans and Australians have more the 12 sexual partners in a lifetime? This is more than North America, South America, Russia, Asia and Europe.

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Another interesting map shows the largest illegal drug markets in the world.

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Last year, Vargic’s ‘Map of the Internet’ went viral, while his ‘Map of Literature’ is ‘a graphical visualisation of how the world’s literature evolved from the ancient era to the present day’.

Map of the Internet

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Map of Literature

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To see more, check out his website or buy his book Vargic’s Miscellany Of Curious Maps: The Atlas Of Everything You Never Knew You Needed To Know‘ at Takealot. 

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