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Well-Endowed Museum

Today’s news is all about penises. Showing off the family jewels usually just involves a zipper, but for Sigurdur Hjartarson, it takes a museum. The curator and collector has opened the Icelandic Phallological Museum dedicated to the penis specimens of 261 animals. From the 2mm hamster wang that requires a microscope, to the 154 pound, 5 1/2 foot long sperm whale dong, these objet d’arts have been well mounted and hung. Hjartarson has been collecting peens since 1974 and the majority of the members have been donated by hunters, fisherman, and biologists. This trophy room is quite a sight to see and it boasts a 60% female audience. However, the museum is missing one piece we’re used to ogling, so four human males have certificates on display, vowing that they will donate their dick upon death. But just because those guys are cocky enough to be charitable, does that make them Hall of Fame worthy? Well, we suppose the old saying is true, one man’s junk is another one’s treasure. [MSNBC]

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