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What does "Are you trying to compensate for something?" mean?
I've heard it a couple times and can guess that you use it when someone has something of great size. But what does it mean really? What'd be a more exact definition?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Aka is somewhat right but it's not just used for penis size. lol
It means that (1) a person is trying to be better at something else to even out something they're not good at or something they don't have. It doesn't have to be a thing it (2) could be for something they did.
1. A guy having a small penis can compensate by having a nice car.
2. A person who punch you can compensate by letting you punch him back.
- 6 years ago
It means that a certain reproductive organ of theirs is lacking in size, so they need to make up for it with the size of something else that would attract other people to them.
- 1 decade ago
It means that someone is 'lacking' in some area, and trying to make up for it in another way. For example: "He forgot to take the trash out, so my husband made breakfast [to compensate]. "
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- 1 decade ago
well its like this.. usually its used when a guy having a small penis likes to have everything big, or "compensating" for his size. usually used with humor