And here we thought the potato salad campaign was strange.
A recent college graduate from Seattle has created a Kickstarter campaign in hopes of raising enough money to create "the world's biggest dick drawing." (We wish we were joking, but this is real life.)
Creatively titled, "#Dickstarter," Alex Wong is asking for a mere $100 and has reached half of his goal so far. But why even go through such lengths for a big penis painting? "It's everyone's dream to see a huge dick drawing. For scientific purposes or otherwise," Wong states.
"I just graduated college and I have no job. Let's bring it back to the goals of my youth. I want to make the world's biggest dick drawing. With your help, I will be able to create a wonderful (and long) drawing of the male anatomy."
He continued, "This is both a personal project rooted in my childhood dreams, as well as a collaborate project to spread awareness and understanding of our bodies. We didn't grow up drawing dicks out of nowhere. It was fun, it was funny. It's still fun and it's still funny. Whether it is a terrible sketch on a bar napkin or a beautiful painting on a canvas; a dick drawing is a dick drawing.
"Seeing an abstract dick by Picasso in a museum is just as funny as drawing one for yourself in the condensation of a car window. Let's impress Guinness with the World's Biggest Dick Drawing. Project WBDD is officially on the rise!"
So just how big is the biggest dong drawing? "Every dollar will add an inch to the drawing. The inches will be accumulated and drawn on high quality paper, then the paper will be spread out to form the dick drawing," he wrote.
"The goal is set at 100 inches (which would probably be a record breaking dick drawing) but I will draw this thing as many inches as the pledges expect me to. Every pledge will have their name attributed to their inch and all pledges will be listed in a huge thank you letter."
So far, the penis picture has accumulated 50 inches and counting, with 27 more days for potential growth (duh, pun intended).
Wong is also planning to document the entire process in hopes of getting DVDs made so "you and your kids can someday watch the history you helped make!"
So are you gonna help Alex Wong draw a big dong?