Tourists at Winter Olympics are enjoying Penis Park in their downtime


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Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2018/02/13/tourists-at-winter-olympics-ar.html


#2

Penis Park
Is in
Your Heart


#3

So they did the only thing you can do when a virgin dies in a storm, and built giant wooden penises to appease her spirit.

I can see the logic here. If she hadn’t been a virgin, leaving her to drown would have been okay. Therefore, her spirit needs the D.


#4

A gentleman always obliges his significant other’s apparently nigh-insatiable appetite for dick before abandoning her to the sea.


#5

I guess fish dicks weren’t her thing


#6

Weren’t mine either, 'til I saw The Shape of Water…


#7

Wanna fix the USA? More penis and vagina parks, like everywhere.


#8

Roger that.


#9

More of them at the ski jump center:

In fact, on those statues, the penes have penes.


#10

Fair warning, I am henceforth going to recommend this strategy as a solution to all problems. Except it’s going to be giant ladyparts because reasons.


#11

You want to catch fish, you go to the little man in the boat.


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#13

This being the Winter Olympics, wouldn’t they be smaller in the cold weather?


#14

Personnage_gothique

“Hello? This is vagina park. We should meet.”


#15

The Japanese Olympians are like “Psshh, we’ve got Octopods for that”


#16

From left to right we have Dippy, Jaunty, Sleazy, Dirty, Jumpy, Tipsy, and Baldy.


#17

Fairly common sight in Korea, and can be found in Japan as well.

IIRC, depending on the square meters of coverage a building has when it’s built, they are mandated to install a proportional number of commissioned art pieces.

For some reason, Lotte Dept. Stores tend to have a lot of this kind of thing when it comes to public works of art. You’ll see these blue naked bowing guys all over the place.

I have no idea if they’re required to have a certain number of dong art pieces installed …
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… Oh, well: YMMV.

(“Dong” is the word for “East” or “District” in Korean). d('O . o`)b


#18

In Cheju Island. South Korea they have statues all over called Dol Harubang, or stone grandfathers. They have a similar profile with the added charm of looking like old men too!


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#20

And is the official currency of Vietnam.

Of course, there’s always a smartass: