Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Members Only

How did I miss seeing Iceland's Penis Museum during my 2004 long-weekend there with Mom? My goal was to practice stick-shift driving in a relatively flat and unpopulated country that rents stick-shifts. 

Husavik, Iceland's Phallological Museum made headlines today by receiving its first human member!

The museum curator's 95-year-old friend, Pall Arason, passed on recently and bequeathed his 95-year-old penis, pickled, to their already solid collection. What a Pall!
The IPM, founded in 1997, boasts a collection of over 209 penises and penile parts "belonging to almost all the land and sea mammals that can be found in Iceland.. 

We probably missed the place, pictured left, because Husavik is on Iceland's north shore, a 187-mile, 5-hour drive on Iceland's two-lane byways..

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