How come all those boys have got such tiny peckers?
Let's be honest. As you might have noticed in the communal showers in the Army, Caucasoidals have peckers that only grow when they are tumescent (aka, aroused and engorged with blood). African-Americans, or those with some African-American ancestry have peckers that appear somewhat tumescent, even in the unaroused, flaccid state. But, when the African-American pecker is aroused, it can then stand at attention, giving a snappy salute, even though it has not grown percentage wise, as much as the caucasoidal pecker grows during arousal. In the end, both peckers seem to achieve a similar maximum length, usually less than 12 inches.
Needless to say, I do notice my surroundings.
Since no one could know anything about Neanderthal peckers, I had to assume you were referencing Homosapien peckers, whether they were caucasoidal, or of African ancestry. As the saying goes, all peckers lead to Rome.