Shortly before we left for Iceland a dear friend emailed with a short list of things to see or do. On the list was a visit to a unique museum. Not wanting to get flagged as an adult post, I will let you read the sign, and the images are carefully selected.
This was a private collection. A sign showed a photo of it in the collectors living room. Apparently his spouse said "either the collection moves or I do" and the collection was moved into a public space. It is mostly certain body parts floating in preserving liquids, some taxidermy, some photos or illustrations. A few things I have seen before, a few I had not. The museum is a few minutes walk from the concert hall on the waterfront. It is in the basement below a high end clothing store. There is a modest admission fee (like $5 or something.) There is a cute gift shop, filled with novelties. I don't have anyplace to wear most of the T-shirts.
The shades on the light fixtures are made from the tanned scrotums of large farm animals. And sadly I had already bought a new light fixture for the kitchen remodel.
It is unique, it is one of a kind, I am glad I went to see it, I can say "been there seen that." Should you include it on your tour, up to you, but other than Congress or an NRA meeting, where can you see so many dicks in one place?
Always the innocent one,Delete
Innocent? I prefer in denial!Delete
Ew! I thought the idea of the museum and those low hanging light fixtures were fun until I read they’re actually the real thing. Scrotes in preserving liquid? I think I’ll pass.ReplyDelete
Mostly animal parts,Delete
"sadly I had already bought a new light fixture for the kitchen remodel" -- hahahahaha!ReplyDelete
Very cool. Reminds me of jelly fish.ReplyDelete
The light fixture? Yes, weirdly cool.Delete
Phalluses? Like dicks? Not for me. I am not sure I care for such things (how the old bitch lies).ReplyDelete
Lots and lots of them - big ones, little ones, odd ones, and novel ones.Delete
Wow. There really is a collection for everyone. And, like Maddie, I thought 'jellyfish.'ReplyDelete
Luckily, your last line saved the day!
Sometimes I can be wittyDelete
Your last line made me laugh out loud.ReplyDelete
That was the goalDelete
Blogger keeps eating my comments!ReplyDelete
I will send Spo's BOD to visit blogger and see if they can fix this.Delete
To each his own. I prefer the real live human ones.ReplyDelete
That would be an interesting museumDelete
I howled. Oh my gosh. "...sadly I had already bought a light for the kitchen remodel". If you ever get to South Korea, you'll have to go to Haesindang Park.ReplyDelete
South Korea and Japan are on my want to see listDelete