So this is bittersweet. If you win the contest you get a prize, but on the other hand is winning a contest for the smallest peen really a good thing?
Bar Holds Contest To Find Smallest Male Endowment
According to The NY Post
This could be some stiff competition!
A Brooklyn bar is hosting a contest to find the smallest endowment in New York — giving men used to coming up short a chance to rise to the occasion.
Kings County Bar in Bushwick is already signing up members for the inaugural contest, set for July 20.
“The little guy needs to be celebrated,” said bar manager Aimee Arciuolo, 33, who’s behind the shillelagh spectacle. “They work much harder than the others.”
And she’s not dickering around. Arciuolo told The Post the teeny-weenie tournament was dreamed up five years ago — after an amazing night with a shrimpy suitor.
“The guy was actually super-confident about it and said, ‘Don’t worry. I have a small pecker but it’s going to be so much fun,’ ” Arciuolo said.
Now she’s setting out to prove good things come in small packages.
The event is part beauty pageant and part wet-skivvies contest — with a talent show, musical numbers and question-and-answer session. “We would like some stories on what their small peckers brought them,” Arciuolo said. “Some embarrassing stories could be cathartic, too.”
Competitors will also go head-to-head in skin-tight evening wear and swimsuit rounds.
That’s when judges will soak the men’s tighty-whities with water pistols — all to answer the time-honored question “Is he a grower or a show-er?”
On stage, men will don sashes and scepters. The grand-prize wiener will score $200 cash and a crown.
“We’re kind of curious to see what kind of men are going to come,” Arciuolo said. “Maybe they thought they had a small pecker their whole lives, but they actually don’t.”
There’s no maximum size requirement, but the junk judges expect to disqualify bigger show-offs in the first round. Anyone measuring over 8 inches will be forced to buy a round of drinks for the panel of experts, Arciuolo said.
Three contestants so far have signed on to the game of bones. To enter, e-mail email@example.com.
“We’re trying to be a little lighthearted and not make it such a source of shame for the boys,” Arciuolo said.
There is no maximum size requirement for a smallest peen contest? Gee, we wonder why? LOL.