For those who have seen Monty Python's Life of Brian (the trope namer), this is a misleading trope name. In the movie, it's not about anyone with an overly large... anatomical feature... it's just about a guy with a funny name. (Er, I mean, there's nothing funny at all about the name Biggus Dickus)
I don't know what to change it to, but I think it should certainly be changed to something else.
Why? It's entirely obvious it's about people with massive cocks. A joke name index (don't ask me why) I'd expect to have a name like Ramsbottom in it's title. I don't think joke names when I think of it, I think of big cocks.
edited 19th Mar '10 3:36:57 PM by TheOneWhoTropes
Der Führer des Fraudlente Menschen und Der Erl König.
I have seen Life of Brian, and I still thought it was about big dicks. I think you might be overstating the problem.
I do like Third Leg Syndrome, though. Mainly because I am secretly a 12-year-old boy, and jokes about tripods amuse me.
Better put in a word here as I was the troper who proposed the trope and decided to launch with this title.
I support a rename. This trope is "big dicks equal better sex" and the title only gets the first half of that across. The only reason I went with it was because it had wide support, no other suggestions, and this was a trope stuck in purgatory. As in, it had been proposed before and not launched in spite of over a hundred replies and if I didn't launch it then there's a good chance we still wouldn't have it.
So, take that for what you will. I don't feel especially strongly that this needs a rename, but I would support one to a title that clearly implies the "better sex" part of this trope.
^ Yeah. Or than remember that it was used as the tagline.
...if you don’t love you’re dead, and if you do, they’ll kill you for it.
Alternative Titles: Biggus Dickus
Vote up names you like, vote down names you don't. Whether or not the title will actually be changed is determined with a different kind of crowner (the Single Proposition crowner). This one just collects and ranks alternative titles.