Sunday, September 27, 2015

Noted



As always, there's likely a good explanation for this scene here on East Ninth Street near First Avenue...

Photo via Goggla

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sure there is. Same explanation as always: Lady Gaga.

Anonymous said...

Damnit that reminds me, I miss my foreskin. Not that I can remember having it, fuck. Sure it looks weird but damnit, there are a lot of nerve endings on that thing. Intact males probably have better peepee pleasures than those of us who got butchered. :(

Anonymous said...

Visualization aide for mohels?

Scuba Diva said...

At 5:16, Anonymous said:

Damnit that reminds me, I miss my foreskin. Not that I can remember having it, fuck. Sure it looks weird but damnit, there are a lot of nerve endings on that thing. Intact males probably have better peepee pleasures than those of us who got butchered. :(

That's why, for what it's worth, I'm an intactivist. I think the circumcision ritual in our society is a cure looking for a disease, and the owner of the penis in question is the only one who gets to decide what happens to it. Also, for most of the world, an intact penis is a normal penis.

But that's a discussion for a whole 'nother thread.

Anonymous said...

5:19 PM: I'm plenty happy with the pleasures I've received with my "butchered" penis.

Shawn G. Chittle said...

Hey Scuba Diva... remember this?

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xsfm2u_seinfeld-on-circumcision_fun

IzF said...

That sculpture has no balls.

Anonymous said...

The before is what evolution / nature gave all males, superstition, fear and ignorance gave us the after.
Scuba diva is correct

John said...

I think it's viral marketing for the Bud Light "Up For Whatever" campaign

Eden Bee said...

Coat rack.

Anonymous said...

This peen is too small. This one fits just right!

Anonymous said...

The "after" is someone else's after. There's no way that came from the "before".

Anonymous said...

It could be a bit thicker with more pink color. Just saying.

pinhead said...

If you let someone make a plaster cast of your junk, make sure you get your ten bucks up front. Not that I know anything about it.

Makeout said...

@ Pinhead- Riiight. Ten bucks huh?

Anonymous said...

I saw an identical one there 6 months ago. Thanks, anonymous artist! Let's see more of that. Every time I put a useable thing on the street I've "arted" it up whenever possible. Wooden chairs, for instance, are easy to paint in cool patterns... Makes it more likely somebody'll take it. My coup d'├ętat was a bucolic painting of a lakeside scene I found in the trash across the street. I painted a spaceship soaring down through the clouds. A friend snagged it before I could put it on the street.