CUM AGAIN!! Inside World’s Largest Penis Museum Where Women Are Getting Really Horny [PHOTOS]

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Penis Museum. (Photo Credit: Mirror UK)
Penis Museum. (Photo Credit: Mirror UK)

World’s largest penis museum has been opened and if you ever dreamed of seeing different sizes and shapes of the male organ, you really have to get in there.

Sorry to break the news, you also have a high chance of getting really horny if your hormones act up at the sight of the ‘willies’.

Oh! again, there are actually hundreds of different sizes and shapes of the penis specimen gathered from different animals over the years.

The Icelandic Phallological Museum has large illuminated rooms, with penises and penile parts of all shapes and sizes from a huge array of mammals, from whales to bears, seals to cats, and even mice.

Penis Museum. (Photo Credit: Mirror UK)
Penis Museum. (Photo Credit: Mirror UK)
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Beaming with smiles as he stared at the phallus of a sperm whale which is the largest specimen in the museum, American tourist Jerry Anderson said: “I came to see if it was true, that there really was a penis museum in Reykjavik.”

The specimen is preserved in formaldehyde inside a huge plexiglass case at the museum’s entrance, it is 1.70 metres tall (five feet six inches) and weighs 75 kilogrammes (165 pounds).

Penis Museum. (Photo Credit: Mirror UK)
Penis Museum. (Photo Credit: Mirror UK)

It also houses a wide range of genital-themed artefacts, among them trays, totem poles and a telephone.

“Who could resist coming to a penis museum?” said 62-year-old Kim, a tourist from Canada who did not reveal her last name.

“We thought it will be hilarious and it is,” she said, bursting out laughing as she and her friend look at a tube supposedly containing the invisible penis of an “elf”.

Penis Museum. (Photo Credit: Mirror UK)
Penis Museum. (Photo Credit: Mirror UK)

The Phallological Museum is anything but quiet as visitors who are mostly women, giggle while observing the 286 exhibited biological specimens.

It also has a shop which sells everything from penile-shaped pasta to designer condoms and hand-knitted willy warmers.

“It’s a good plateau for jokes and having a good time. You can get educated and at the same time have some fun,” said Hjortur Sigurdsson, 52, a former logistics manager who runs the museum.

Penis Museum. (Photo Credit: Mirror UK)
Penis Museum. (Photo Credit: Mirror UK)

His father Sigurdur Hjartarson, a historian who worked as a teacher for 37 years, opened the museum in 1997, starting with just 62 specimens.

“It all started as a joke,” he said.

“My father had fun just collecting, doing something no one has done before. He always said ‘somebody had to do it’.”

The museum had gotten a human specimen, sent in by a 96-year-old Icelandic donor who was worried his manhood would shrink as he got older.

However, Sigurdsson said the purpose of the penis museum is education and not eroticism.

“It’s been a bit taboo, especially (with) the human organ, but if you say ‘penis’, it attracts people.

“And, of course, we’re the only museum in the world that has been collecting biological organs.”

School children are among his favourite visitors because of their willingness to learn about the field of phallology, the scientific study of the penis.

“A lot of school kids come here especially during school hours and have a lot of fun,” Sigurdsson said, noting that visitors can compare the colour, size and shape of a tiny mouse’s penis to that of a whale.

“They are some of our favourite guests because they are asking all the time… why the shape? Why the size?” he said.

“They aren’t afraid to ask.”

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