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‘Smallest Penis in Brooklyn’ Gets Much Bigger

Is that a baby carrot in your pocket or are you just happy to see the return of The Smallest Penis in Brooklyn?

The pageant started small, but it’s growing (not showing) from a local barroom fiasco to a full-on, raging nationwide debacle. This year, as indicated by the, er, slick promo video above, out-of-towners can achieve innie infamy by mailing in video submissions. That means folks in gun-happy states like Texas can finally show New Yorkers their tiny dicks.

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Plenty Of Reasons Not To Hide In Your Apartment On Friday the 13th

Friday the 13th flash from Gnostic Tattoo in Bushwick

Friday the 13th flash from Gnostic Tattoo in Bushwick

Consider this your last chance to get creepy for a good long while because Friday the 13th ain’t happening again until November kids, which means (depending on your persuasion) we’ll be facing eight straight months of horrible luck. If you’re more inclined to associate Friday the 13th with Jason or unfortunate circumstances then, by all means, stay inside your depressing apartment and order delivery tacos. We’re guessing you’re also the type of person who would blame the forces of evil for finding you’ve received soggy tacos— the horror! Like, how else could that happen? Mayonnaise just doesn’t move itself. But hey, if you’re not a turd, check out our list of fun ways to celebrate this lucky day.

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A Chill LES Restaurant Is Popping Up in a Bushwick Bar

Screen Shot 2014-10-22 at 2.00.55 PMMuch in the same way we’re bringing our favorite North Brooklyn restaurants to the Lower East Side for our B+B Bazaar this Saturday, a Bushwick bar is importing a Lower East Side chef into its kitchen. Kings County Saloon (yes, they of the smallest penis contest and clown antics) just announced a series of pop-up dinners with Sandy Hall of Black Tree.
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Send in the Sad, Bad, Singing, Stripping Clowns

Alas, the New York Clown Theatre Festival just passed, but there are still plenty of opportunities to see life through the eyes of a clown. Or at least, catch a “clown peep show.”
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