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Just when you thought you'd seen enough of the penis, a book comes along for your coffee table featuring pages and pages of photos of the world's biggest penises. The book is huge too, and its weight could floor your coffee table if you bought it at IKEA.


I saw the book this weekend at two different Barnes & Nobles stores, where it was not hidden behind the counter. Prominently featured for all to see, even the little children could page through the erections in all their colorful glory.


And, speaking of erections, today's LA Times tells us that it's true- use it or lose it. Men who have lots of sex have less ED problems- that's the fact! So when your family newspaper tells you to get it up and get it on, why not? If you just want to masturbate, The Big Penis Book could get you off to a good start!








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Sounds like the perfect accompaniment to one of my favorite songs by Goldfrapp- 'Number One'.


"You're my number one,

I'm like a dog to get you,

I want it out and on,

I'm like a dog to get you.

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah."


So, does it have a "Where to buy it" section at the end?


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  • 2 years later...

donate your penis?


First a coffee book, now a Museum:


In life, Pall Arason sought attention. In death, he is getting it: The 95-year-old Icelander's pickled penis will be the main attraction in one of his country's most bizarre museums.


Sigurdur Hjartarson, who runs the Phallological Museum in the tiny Icelandic fishing town of Husavik, said Arason's organ will help round out the unusual institution's extensive collection of phalluses from whales, seals, bears and other mammals.


Several people had pledged their penises over the years _ including an American, a Briton, and a German _ but Arason's was the first to be successfully donated, Hjartarson said.


"I have just been waiting for this guy for 15 years," he told The Associated Press in a brief telephone interview.


Hjartarson's museum started in Reykjavik but has since moved to Husavik, a small community better known for its whale watching. The Phallological Museum is an important part of the region's tourist industry, bringing in thousands of visitors every summer.




Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/n/a/2011/04/12/international/i034642D78.DTL#ixzz1JN2yzqjS

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