The 27-year-old UPS Store worker who won Brooklyn’s smallest penis contest said he’s proud of his tiny package.
Ladies, he always delivers.
“The size of a man’s penis does not matter for who he is as a person or in a relationship. Same thing with breast size. We’re all made in different shapes and sizes, but the media puts pressure on people to look a certain way,” he told the website Gothamist after his victory Saturday at Kings County Bar. Gilronan then said he wanted to “put on a good show for the audience. Looks like my efforts were successful.”
According to the New York Post, a crowd of about 100 watched New York City native Gilronan match members with five other contestants, including a 55-year-old from Minnesota who called himself “Rip van Dinkle.” The competition included a swimwear round of “skimpy mesh mankinis” and a Question &Answer.
Gilronan was proclaimed the champ and the recipient of $200 as someone sang Elton John’s “Tiny Dancer.” Shortly after the event, a female who helped worked the event walked up to Gilronan and started making out with him. Gilronan proclaimed, “It’s good to be the winner.”
Gilronan’s triumph shows the world that women may not care about size, but they do love a winner.
Source: Huffington Post, Gothamist