Organ museum? Sweetie, I don’t hear any music!
How about the penis museum, in Iceland? They’ have 261 preserved specimens. There’s no human variety yet, but four guys have promised to donate theirs upon death. One donor has named his Elmo. Another is a 93-year-old dude, but he’s rethinking on account of shrinkage with age.
Whoa! My family would love that! Is there a gift shop?
Yes. You can buy wooden carvings, and utensils with penis bone handles, and lamps with shades made from… Oh, never mind…
Is the penis museum open to the public?
Yes. You don’t have to be a member.
A MEMBER? How long have you been waiting to use that play on words?
Most of my life.
A hamster penis bone is viewed through a magnifying glass at the Icelandic Phallological Museum in Husavik, May 8, 2008. REUTERS/ Bob Strong