Hot men and midgets confirmed for E3 2009 - destructoid

Hot men and midgets confirmed for E3 2009

5:00 PM on 05.20.2009

Jim Sterling

Former Reviews Editor

If you were skeptical about the idea of E3 2009 bringing the trade show back from the ashes to produce a simply stellar conference -- THINK AGAIN! Two recent Craigslist postings have revealed that somebody is looking for male promo models and "little people" to add to the E3 spectacle. You can consider me sold!

If you're toned and buff like Brad Nicholson, you can make $200 a day by displaying your manliness at one of the convention booths. It is the request for "little people," however, that truly takes the spotlight, as it asks for some pint-sized chaps to "run amok" around outside the convention center for $80 per hour.

"2 very outgoing people under 4'0-4'2 needed to dress in costume and run amock during an outdoor promotion in LA," states the advert. "You CANNOT be shy. You will need to work all days and times. "

Best E3 ever? If I get to hang around with athletic young men and costumed midgets, I think it may be the best event of all time.


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