Monday, November 20, 2017

Tabarnak! C'est gros!

Ooh la la, c'est "un √©norme sexe masculin dans la neige"!  At the Telus stadium in Montreal!  Oh those Quebecois...

No wonder the Americans use "football field" as a standard measure of length.

Saturday, January 23, 2016

How big is it when it's warm?!

Gothenburg, Sweden may now take the prize for largest cock-and-balls graffiti to date...

That's not so impressive...

Whoa Nelly!

The Swedes are more reserved than one would think, but it seems their civic spirit "extends" to enjoying a good SPOG (Snow Penis of Gothenburg) when it "pops up".

Friday, September 11, 2015

West Coast Penis


I spotted this complex graffito on the side of the English Bay Hotel in Vancouver. Lesson: dont cover up an obviously cock-&-balls-shaped drawing with an exactly cock-&-balls-shaped paint job, or someone will add a few details to make your cover-up into a new cock & balls.

Monday, June 2, 2014

The Bird is the Word


This unusual avian specimen was spotted near the children's splash pad in Sunny Acres Park.  I'd say "Won't someone think of the children?!"... but it was probably an eleven-year-old who drew this.

Friday, October 18, 2013

Topiary penis in the news

 

According to metronews.ca, the city parks director himself was quoted as saying “Whoever the individual was is quite talented, to be honest,”

I even managed to figure out where this happened from viewing news photos...



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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Size doesn't matter...

A couple of adjacent SPOGs, one very large...

Lighting this shot well was impossible, sorry.





... and one very small.

Mine?  I'm flattered.




The reference to snoopy Canadian Public Safety minister Vic Toews is appreciated.  Political humour can be so overly subtle at times.

Monday, June 25, 2012

Park Side Penis


Nothing says classy like drawing a big SPOG on the sidewalk right across from a park where kids play.  But then again, it was probably the kids who drew it.  Seen at the corner of Robinson and Harrison Aves. across from Sunny SPOGS Acres Park.