Going against everything we’re told by mainstream society, packing heat in the downstairs department isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. So much so that the content geniuses behind Great Canal Journeys, 50 Shades of Green with Alan Titchmarsh and My First Threesome, are set to create a new documentary discussing ‘the hidden problems of living with a very large penis’. Before you whip out the world’s tiniest violin, it turns out there are some pretty big (pun intended) downsides to being well endowed, and this new film aims to get to the truth of the matter. Titled Too Large For Love?, producers recently posted an advert on the casting website Lost In TV, seeking participants to share their stories.
The documentary comes after a recent survey found that ‘half of the male population wish they had a bigger penis.’ While we are surprised only 50% are satisfied with their equipment, Too Large For Love? will attempt to put those blokes’ worries to rest. The makers of the film will attempt to highlight the negative aspects of having a huge penis, including how it affects your sex life and the lack of help out there for guys who might need it.
If your trouser snake is causing issues with your everyday life then production company Spun Gold would love to hear from you. Producers are on the hunt for men of all ethnicities and sexualities, with the only requirement being over 18 and willing to chat about the positives and negatives of having a giant penis. Additionally, they’d love to meet with partner’s of the well endowed, who are will to speak about what life is like being in a relationship with them. Filming is set to commence in August so apply now by jumping on the Lost In TV website.
For all the jokers out there, it’s now time to send this article to your friends with the caption, “You hear I’m going to be in a documentary?” only to be left on read without a single crying laughing face emoji reaction. It’s childish, as the group chat class clown, your duty requires it.