noun. The quality of having a thin, breakable tallywhacker that does not throb with much manhood but may be useful in taking the SAT.
Related terms: big-dickedness, diminutive dickedness, general dickedness, limp-dickedness, little-dickedness, micro-dickedness, sheer dickedness, small dickedness, thumb-dickedness, weak dickedness.
Real citation: "How about your need to be holier than thou and build yourself up at the expense of others. ALWAYS an indication of pencil-dickedness."
(Kurt Ullman, March 14, 2000, http://groups-beta.google.com/group/alt.vacation.las-vegas/msg/7b4d70dbf64f56dd?hl=en)
Made-up citation: "Pencil-dickedness is in the eye of the beholder, and that's bad news for the beholder's eye."