*We’ve heard of folks documenting their wishes in a Last Will & Testament to donate their body to science. But being contacted by a museum and asked if you will agree to donate your male member may take the cake.
My own face is ruby-red as I type this, but I couldn’t resist.
“I am flattered by the invitation,” Jonah Falcon responded in a letter sent by HuffPost Weird News to the Icelandic Phallological Museum (aka “The Penis Museum”) who asked him to consider donating his member; which is documented as the “longest penis ever measured in a documentary,” after his death.
“I appreciate your museum’s devotion to science, and it would be an honor to have my manhood put on display, hopefully nestled between the sexual appendages of a sperm whale and a polar bear … I hope I don’t make either of those creatures jealous. May I suggest you call the exhibit, ‘Jonah and the Whale’.”
The 45-year-old Manhattan resident was gifted at birth with what measures as a 13.5-inch sex organ. Needless to say, he has received, but declined, many opportunities in porn.
This offer from the museum is said to be one he couldn’t refuse.
The museum opened in Reykjavik in 1997 and houses more than 300 specimen penises and penile parts from more than 93 different animals, including 17 types of whales, seven kinds of seals and walruses, a polar bear and a gorilla. They range in size from a 2-millimeter hamster schlong to a 6-foot whale dong.
No offense. I couldn’t make this stuff up if I tried folks.
And if you are wondering how they heard about Jonah’s private parts in the first place, as you will read in JONAH’S LETTER OF DONATION sent via HuffPost Weird News to the museum on behalf of Jonah, he is an actor who appeared in the HBO film, “Private Dicks: Men Exposed,” and his part was measured.
Thanks to HuffPost Weird News for this one. Read more about Jonah and the museum at their site.