Those of you who think your undoubtedly beautiful penis belongs in a museum should probably pay attention to this one:
Sigurdur Hjartarson is founder and owner of the Icelandic Phallological Museum, which offers visitors from around the world a close-up look at the long and the short of the male reproductive organ.
His collection, which began in 1974 with a single bull’s penis that looked something like a riding crop, now boasts 261 preserved members from 90 species.
The largest, from a sperm whale, is 70 kg (154 lb) and 1.7 meters (5.58 ft) long. The smallest, a hamster penis bone, is just 2 mm and must be viewed through a magnifying glass.
Unfortunately, Hjartarson doesn’t have any human members in his current collection, but at least four men have volunteered their genitals for the showcase. Now that’s some largess!