Staten Island has the highest rated penises in an online survey

Pete Davidson isn’t the only Staten Islander with BDE.

CamSoda, the adult entertainment company behind a new penis review website, has revealed that you’ll have to take the Staten Island Ferry to find the hottest sausages in the Big Apple.

In the past two months, 1,617 New Yorkers have pulled down their pants and asked models for their thoughts on what they’re packing in bottoms. The Forgotten Borough made a lasting impression, with litter on the island receiving an average score of 8.89.

Far behind were Brooklynites at 7.21, Bronx (6.76), Queens (6.54).

Itsy-bitsy Manhattan took the back spot with just 5.01.

Pete Davidson is a Staten Island native with the famous BDE.
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“Every time I walk into City Hall, someone calls me a swear D-word,” joked City Council Minority Leader Joe Borelli, who is from wealthy Richmond County. “Now it finally makes sense.”

“Maybe it’s all Italian food,” YouTuber Joey Salads mused of his fellow islanders. “Pizza and pasta is the key to a good D.”

When taking size, penises were categorized by their length, girth, and overall shape. Good lighting and landscaping below the belt also helped.

“How you present your d–k is how you present yourself,” said Miami-based cam model Charley Hart. “I’ll even say to guys, ‘Well, that’s a 7, but if you cut it down, it would go down to an 8.'”

The majority of models noted that Staten Island johnsons tended to look like “cucumbers”, while Manhattan’s manhood was long but thin, like a pencil.

Some Staten Island women have questioned the judgment of the models, including Nikki Dowd, 38, who believes Brooklyn was robbed.

Staten Island has the highest rated penises in an online survey
“How you present your d–k is how you present yourself,” Charley Hart said, above.
Courtesy of Charley Hart

“Brooklyn has better guys and nicer thoughts,” she said. “All my friends, they all have men in Brooklyn.”

The release of the data follows the launch of d–, Camsoda’s bargain, where for $0.99 camera models once again give away d–k photos.

New York Post

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