This ‘dick code’ will help you send a dick pic without taking a single photo

Sexting is a scary business. The idea of sending out an intimate photo of your genitals to someone you quite fancy is terrifying. And, sometimes a simple 🍆  just won’t cut it.

Behold the “Dick Code,” a way to share a unique and anatomically accurate image of your penis without actually taking a photo of it. 

The Dick Code is the handiwork of 28-year-old web developer György Szücs, who wants to enable people to communicate better about their “sexual features.”

Szücs says the idea for the code came after a friend sent him a picture with drawn penises, where you could choose “the right one for you.” He felt that the drawing was “incomplete” and it was “too complicated to communicate the result.”

So, he developed a website that would be able to accurately convey the unique intricacies of penises “beyond size.” Szücs used Adobe Illustrator to create all the images one by one. He then manually coded the website with php, HTML, CSS and jQuery.

To create your dick code, head to the Dick Code website. Wannabe sexters can then choose from a series of images that best describe their junk.

“First I started with the obvious categories, like size, circumference and then I went on the dirty stuff and added everything that my mind could think of absolutely shamelessly,” said Szücs.

And, when he says “everything,” he really means it. The categories cover everything from the appearance of your foreskin to size of your balls. There are several categories dedicated to pubic hair, as well as the angle and shape of your erection. 

But, the categories don’t end there. There are also a series of images to help you convey ejaculation speed and arc.

Once you’ve finished selecting all the images that best represent your penis, the website generates a Dick Code URL that you can share with your sexting buddy. 

“The science behind it is basically treating your selection of images as a binary number, then converting it to 3 chunks of hexadecimal numbers (so it’s way shorter),” says Szücs. 

Szücs doesn’t want his Dick Code to be seen as the anti-dick pic. He sees no problem in exchanging hot pics when it’s part of a conversation between two consenting adults.

“If you’re already in a conversation with someone online looking for a hookup, and passed the mental check, I see no problem in exchanging hot pics. Now you can exchange dick codes too,” says Szücs. He sees it as a fun tool to bring out “kinkiness” in a “very safe way” to share with your partner. 

Why stop with dicks? By popular demand, Szücs is developing a “Vagina Code” for women too, which will be ready in a few weeks. “I just need lots of help as I’m not experienced in that area,” he says. After that, he hopes to develop the “Sex Code,” which will be able to share sex positions and games.

Szücs says that Dick Codes have been going down very well among sexters.

“People who created and shared their dick code tell me how surprisingly positive the responses are,” he says. “They believed that their dick was not impressive as it is not ‘big,’ but had to come to the realisation that people are kinky deep inside and find certain aspects of a dick impressive, other than just the size.”

“I just want to help people and bring out their kink,” Szücs said. 

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