Contest: Name That Schlong!

Which creature’s penis is the arrow pointing to?

If you haven’t familiarized yourself with the awe-inspiring variety among various species’ penises, here’s your chance. Scroll through the “Grand Gallery of Penises” (all of which are featured in the “Why Vagina” episode of the second season of wacky Isabella Rossellini’s “Green Porno” series on SundanceChannel.com) to find out which creature is the proud owner of the schlong that the arrow is pointing to in the photo above. Then give us the answer — along with your best slang for that creature’s particular schlong — in either the comments section below or via email here by EOD Thursday, June 11th, 2009 (just remember to include a way for us to reach you in case you win). The person with the correct answer AND the slang we deem best will be the proud winner of the following — good luck!:

  • A KEEN bag made from recycled posters
  • A Boku journal made from recycled paper
  • A Sundance pen made from recycled materials
  • A Sundance hat made from organic cotton
  • A Sundance reusable shopping bag

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12 Comments on "Contest: Name That Schlong!"


Lisa
6 years 1 month ago

A wee marmoset ween!

George Krause
6 years 1 month ago

That pink pointy thing is the head of a Marmoset’s penis and one of the finest I’ve seen this week.

6 years 1 month ago

It’s a marmoset penis!

A marmoset is a monkey, sometimes no bigger than a finger.

Since the common marmoset’s genus and species is Callithrix jacchus, I nominate “jacchus hammer,” a la the human male penis euphemism, “jackhammer,” for the slang.

Runner-up is “jacchus in the box.” (I don’t make these silly euphemisms up; men do, ostensibly.)

tamara
6 years 1 month ago

I don’t know what a marmoset is let alone it’s penis. I think this one belongs to a giraffe.

Bubbles
6 years 1 month ago

Marmoset is what it must be, although I could argue it’s pointing toward the slug sorta too.

Marmie is the slang I present for this schlong of the marmoset. For the slug, it’d have to be “Lousiville” (as in the Slugger)!