Katz’s Deli to hold 'When Harry Met Sally' orgasm competition

“When Harry Met Sally” first hit theaters on July 12, 1989.

People stand in line at Katz's Delicatessen, the famous deli founded in 1888, in New York's lower East Side (photo credit: REUTERS)
People stand in line at Katz's Delicatessen, the famous deli founded in 1888, in New York's lower East Side
(photo credit: REUTERS)
To celebrate 30 years since the release of “When Harry Met Sally," Katz’s Deli will hold a contest to see who can produce the best fake orgasm the best - or at least do it as well as Meg Ryan (Sally Albright) did in the famed production, according to a report by Forbes. 
In the iconic romantic comedy, there is a scene where Albright argues with Harry Burns, insisting that when women fake orgasms, men can't tell the difference. To prove her point, Albright publicly fakes such an orgasm.
“When Harry Met Sally” first hit theaters on July 12, 1989.
On the same day, three decades later, anyone can show up to the exact deli booth where Ryan first demonstrated her skills and give it a try.
Climaxes might not be on the menu, but if the orgasm sounds real enough, it will have patrons saying, “I’ll have what she’s having.”


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