Million Dollar Babies

Did Playgirl “Offer” Disgraced Politician Anthony Weiner $1 Million?

Not yet – or, not that we know of yet.

But don’t be surprised if you read a “VP of Marketing” (for Playgirl) Daniel Nardicio press release this week offering Weiner a cool mil to show his peen in the softly lit Rayburn Building stand-in.

Nardicio, a sometimes stunt cock performer (of the award winning and New Yawk club promotor promoter of really classy nights (Sleaze, Crisis), reports this “news” with the frequency of Ed McMahon turning up on people’s doorsteps with giant, rubber Publisher’s Clearing House Sweepstakes checks.

In fact, Nardicio, a social media promoting multi-hypenate, has made a virtual sideline career out of making these $1 million (and under) “offers.”

Sometime in 2009, Playgirl became the last stop for t’backy chewin’ sons ‘o political pieces (Levi Johnson, Lucas Bachmann, son of Michele, the crazy- eyed GOP candidate who believes The Lion King is gay propaganda (it was!), D-List TV celebs (male domestic violence survivor, Jon Gosselin, Robert Kardashian, Dancing with the Stars’ Maksim Aleksandrovich Chmerkovskiy, The Bachelor’s Jake Pavelka, former A-List Male Supermodels (Tim Boyce) and Athletes (Tiger Woods), Reality TV pieces (Jersey Shore’s Vinny Guadagnino, & Snooki’s piece, Jeff Miranda) and Sandra Bullock’s motorcycle daddy ex & serial cheater, Jesse James.

Nardicio’s chronic offering of “a million dollars!” to candidates who are 99.99% unlikely to pose hasn’t stopped the NYC club promoter from peddling “news” of his offers like Carny on HBO’s Boardwalk. Really, if you’re even a little bit famous (or, a lot), are buff, have a fake tan, and male, don’t be surprised if the party king turns up on your doorstep / email in box with A ONE MILLION DOLLAR  OFFER TO POSE NUDE.

Yes, Queerty readers, we’re being putting “offer” in quotes because, other than the bi-monthly frequent press releases “announcing” his “offer,” we’ve found little evidence that Nardicio has rarely made anything more than offers.

So far as we can see, the only financial upside for all these multiple “offers” is the bump they give Nardicio’s Google search results. But, hey, whose counting? Right, Dan?

Tomas Mournian is the author of the novel, Hidden, available at and great online bookstores everywhere.