Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Proliferation of penis

Bhutanese culture is outrageously notorious and immoral. From night hunting to "everywhere seen" phallus and the Buddhist folklore, I can assure you that our culture is bizarrely weird. Interesting thing is that we don't feel or notice these larger-than-life penises. We are immune to it. Ha-ha! If you don't believe me, view the photographs below:  

An enormous wooden penis guarding the Guru's ney & warding off evil spirits.

Penile telescope:

Ornately embellished ball-ends slapped on walls. Holding them gives you a trifle embarrassment but brings you good luck and prosperity.

Stone cladding. Dispensing a healthy sprinkling of jizz. Long live, my friend! 
This is one reason why Bhutan is unique. We're weird and have been propagating this "crazy wisdom", but we are HAPPY.

Photos: Hiromi, Haruko, Rabi

10 comments:

  1. Haha...great one!!!! very interesting. I like "Penile Telescope"...
    Cheers.

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  2. very interesting..enjoyed...keep posting la sir...:D

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  3. ho ho ho....please keep on posting such interesting observations....
    Dont ever hush up sir...its superb!! i loved it..

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  4. Phalluses in various forms, shapes and sizes. Loved them all. That's why, as you said, we are unique. And I don't find them embarrassing at all- after all they are part of us. Unzip your pants and lower your undergarments, all of you, and lo there, they are...Hehehe.

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  5. Oh Well, this is another outrageous post of yours huh :D
    Uniquely accepted and humorously described (Vice Versa)

    Thanks for the Update Rikku Sir!!!

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  6. Interesting Rikku...keep exploring!

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  7. that penescope was really amazing.

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  8. More cultures should be as free as yours is to celebrate this amazing male body part. There is nothing indecent about the penis! It's just a wonderful part of Nature!! Thank you for the education about this fascinating aspect of Bhutan!

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