If the past decade has taught us anything, it’s that reality TV is wild. Case in point: a brand spankin’ new show titled Too Large for Love is deep in the process of casting very well endowed people to discuss the “hidden problems of living with a very large penis.”

Too Large for Love sits somewhere between a documentary and reality show, which is admittedly, a very, ahem, skinny line.

The advert for the UK-based show reads, “A recent survey found that nearly half of the male population wish they had a bigger penis. So, a bigger penis, a better life, right? Well, not always.”

“A brand new documentary is to discuss the hidden problems of living with a very large penis, how it affects all aspects of life including your sex life, and what help is out there for those in need.”

“We’d like to speak to people about their positive and negative experiences of having a large penis, or being with someone who has one.”

Filming is set to start in August and producers have stipulated that they’re looking for participants over the age of 18 of any sexuality or ethnicity, who have a large penis.

The production company behind Too Large for Love has some other nutty titles under its belt, including The Real Full MontyLove Your GardenBritain’s Most Luxurious Hotels and My First Threesome.

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If you’re interested in applying, you can do so here. If, however, you’re more interested in appearing on a stock-standard love and ~*drama*~ type of reality show (and CBF relocating to the UK), then Love Island Australia may be more your speed.

Love Island Australia is currently casting “superfans” to be part of the next season.

“Calling all Superfans!” the post read. “This is your chance to take control of the Villa! APPLY NOW!”

“Pssst… this year on #loveislandAU we need some ride or die stands to help cause our usual Villa mayhem,” the post continued. “Tag your most Love Island obsessed mate below and apply now.”

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