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Published:July 29th, 2013 10:49 EST

New Yorker's Anthony Weiner Cover Makes Weiner Look Like Big Monkey: Video

By Robert Paul Reyes

"The latest edition of the New Yorker magazine is out and it features a cartoon on its cover poking fun at mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner.


Think King Kong when you check out the picture, but instead of the destructive ape it`s Weiner straddling the Empire State building, taking a picture of it with his phone."


The Empire State Building is an iconic building in American culture; it`s been depicted in hundreds of TV Shows and movies.

In the 1933 movie "King Kong", the giant ape climbs to the top of the Empire State Building in a desperate attempt to elude his tormentors.

In this 2013 cover of the New Yorker magazine it`s serial sexter Anthony Weiner who is straddling the Empire State Building. King Kong mounted the iconic building to escape his captors; Anthony Weiner is straddling the famous New York landmark to give the media helicopters an opportunity to take hundreds of photographs.

In this genius New Yorker magazine cover Weiner is oblivious to the helicopter buzzing around him; his sole focus seems to be taking the perfect pic of the top of the building. Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar, and a skyscraper is just a skyscraper, but in this brilliant cover art the Empire State building clearly represents Weiner`s fascination with his manhood.

Weiner thinks he is the top dog because he garners so much attention, but in reality he`s just a big monkey with an obsession with his private parts.

New Yorker`s Weiner cover art is a masterpiece destined to be a classic.

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