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S’poreans to hold biggest pi sai competition this weekend

Posted on 21 June 2013

Nose snot will be measured for weight and length in two categories.


Singaporeans will be holding the world’s first ever biggest pi sai contest at Raffles Place this Saturday.

The aim is for Singaporeans to challenge one another to see who can come up with the biggest booger.

Organised in the midst of the worst haze crisis in Singapore’s history, the competition is meant to capitalise on the snot-growing capabilities of Singaporeans as they have been breathing in soot and particles.

Orh Pi Sai, a Singaporean who is planning to be champion, said it takes a lot of will power to cultivate a big booger: “Due to the haze, my nostril will be full to the brim with dried snot at the end of each day.”

“But I must use my will power to resist digging them out,” he said as his wife use cable ties to bind his hands behind his back.

Another Singaporean, Ah Ha Chew, said winning the competition is not everything: “We will collect all the pi sai and send to Indonesia.”

Experts are predicting that the winning pi sai will measure up to a few centimetres long and be shaped like the Indonesian archipelago.

The pi sai will be measured for weight and length in two categories.

The grand prize for the winning pi sai of two contestants will be a trip for two to Sumatra.

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