Think Before You Send That Dick Pic!

For some reason, there are men out there who have decided that it is a good idea to send unsolicited dick pics to women. They believe that sending a dick pic is going to make the recipient want them. In reality it doesn’t work like that. Unless someone has asked for it, you shouldn’t be taking pictures of your cock to send to people.

Humorous photo of a man in his underwear, using his cellphone to send a picture of his penis.

Just saying that, however, doesn’t make people stop sending them. They think that they will find one of the few who love getting random cocks in their inbox on social media just by sending it out to many. And so, women have been adopting unusual techniques to get men to stop sending dick pics. Here are a few of them.

The (un)official rejection letter

If someone isn’t getting the point when you say “please don’t send dick pics”, it can be tempting to get your response down in writing properly in a way that they can understand. For Sarah Louise Jordan, she had to take it one step further.

For Jordan, she had received one too many cocks in her inbox to want to deal with any more, and she created the (un)official dick pic rejection letter. The letter quickly began to make the rounds on social media, and now women all over the world have adopted it as a method to deal with the unsolicited “penis portrait”.

You can take a look at the full letter below (complete with an official looking crest!), but the fact that it says “we regret to inform you that it has failed to pass our most basic standards of quality control” should let you know the kind of incredible content you will be getting in the rest of the letter.

The diagnosis

Penises come in all shapes and sizes. Some can look worthy of statues, while others aren’t given the proper maintenance to make them seem appealing. One man decided to act on this when he received a random picture of a cock.

He pretended to be a doctor, immediately replying to the cock portrait he received by stating that he was “a Urologist at the Kings College hospital in London”, before asking when the sender could visit him for an official visit.

After a few comments back and forth, he managed to convince the sender that he had a yeast infection. Not being one to leave the poor sender feeling as though he’d have to pay a visit to his doctor for a yeast infection, he explained to him just how to get rid of the infection, which you can read in the picture below:

Convincing someone to put a batter on their penis because they sent you a picture of their cock is a huge win for the internet
Original source: Imgur

Shared around

This is a technique that has been employed by many women out there, and it has proven to be seriously effective. Instead of simply telling the men that their dick pic is unacceptable, they instead turn to those who will listen… which is usually their family.

Rebecca Mcgregor is just one of many who has used this method to deal with dick pics. Her Instagram page even has a disclaimer sending “do not ask for/send me nudes”, and even then people still sent her pictures. So what does she do? She passes them on to the family of those sending them.

You can see an example of the message she might send to someone below. She has also shared a number of different examples of the kind of messages she has received, with some even telling her how wrong she is to not be flattered by the random cock. So now she gets their family involved… which we imagine is going to be much more effective than saying “stop it”.

Don’t send that dick pic!

Sometimes it is okay to send a dick pic. However, there are usually very specific conditions you must meet first. For example, the person you are messaging much have said “please send me a picture of your cock”. If they haven’t? Put your cock back in your pants, buddy!

The methods above are just a few that people are using to get people to stop sending dick pics… but what do you think about them? Are they good methods to get the message across, or are they a little too much?

We want to hear from you, so let us know what you think by leaving a comment in the box below. You can even vote in the poll to tell us what you think of sending or receiving dick pics!

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Lara Mills

Lara Mills is a writer who has four years of sex industry expertise behind her. Since she entered the adult industry, she has worked on the Escort Advertising forums, before moving into her current role three years ago.

Since then she has gained a fine reputation with her blogs on sex advice, sexual health and amusing news stories from around the globe. She is also a campaigner for the rights of sex workers from all over the world.

In her spare time, Lara keeps herself active by going running, and is something of a film buff. She also loves to go travelling.
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