Penis Museum Gets First Human Penis. What Took So Long?

Nicole Fabian-Weber

penis museumDon't know where to go this summer? Been debating with your spouse for weeks between Paris and Greece? Look no further -- Iceland is where it's at! Because the Penis Museum in Husavik just got its first human exhibit!

That's right, the Phallological Museum, which used to only have boring things like a 67-inch sperm whale penis preserved in formaldehyde, lampshades made from bull testicles, and an "unusually big" penis bone from a Canadian walrus, finally has a piece of art we can all relate to -- deceased 95-year-old Pall Arason's "pickled penis." It's about time!

A few people have pledged their "members" over the years, but Arason is the first successful donation. Apparently, a doctor was present at the local morgue when the "ceremony" took place, so don't worry -- you'll be seeing a well-taken care of penis.

Sigurdur Hjartarson, who runs the museum and is totally not weird, was overjoyed after the donation. He told the Associated Press, "I have just been waiting for this guy for 15 years."

Us, too, Sigurdur, us too.

What do you think of the first human penis at the Penis Museum?


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