Scientists remind dickheads of their inadequecies

Written By: - Date published: 11:59 am, August 27th, 2015 - 12 comments
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Ever imagine what a bull elephant’s penis looks like? Well wonder no more. Biologists kicked off a #junkoff today with this challenge. I’m afraid that most of the ‘junk’ here is male – because that gender tends to be the showoffs?

Man, how long is that damn thing! Makes a horse look a bit pathetic

Or a kangaroo bungee..

Or snakes do it double…

Or what we can see from bones.

Sharks do it with hooks

After dealing with so many trolls on this site over the last 8 years waving their dicks about, I’d have to say that the other animals make them look poorly endowed and rather uninventive.



Ref Huffington Post

12 comments on “Scientists remind dickheads of their inadequecies”

  1. Phil 1

    and rather uninventive.

    Said without even the slightest hint of irony…

  2. “You know, relative to its size, the barnacle has the largest penis of any animal.” -House MD

    Or does it?

    “To measure one in all its fully extended glory, he needed the following contraption: a system of pulleys, which controls an open bottle, which leads to a rubber tube, which is connected to a hypodermic needle, which feeds into a capillary tube, which is glued to the base ….” Yeeouch!

  3. The Gormless Fool formerly known as Oleolebiscuitbarrell 3

    There ain’t no headline like an LPrent headline.

    • lprent 3.1

      I do try to make them blunt and memorable. 😈

      I’m recovering from a very nasty cold and have more time to read junk. So when this popped up – well I thought of the title at once. Tasteless, irritating, offensive, and just some science with a little bit of denigration of the trolls who make talking about science such a chore. Perfect!

  4. infused 4

    Double dicks.. damm.

  5. BM 5

    Tapir ftw.

  6. inadequacies – couldn’t resist 🙂

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