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  • Seth

    Barbed penises aren’t at all unusual in the animal kingdom. Theres pretty much three ways to get a penis to stay inside during sex. Erection, a bone inside the penis keeping it permanantly stiff, or barbs. All apes have a penis barbs, cats have hundreds of tiny ones. Bees also break off their penis inside the female when they mate. And the animal with the largest penis compared to body size is the barnacle.

    • ToTheIdiotCalledSeth

      Should I listen to an idiot that just stated a penis has a bone inside it?
      Erections are not bones inside the penis, They are erectile tissue which when supplied with enough blood will erect, So stop giving lectures and go attend some.
      -Lectures Nazi

      • Josh

        While it is not the case for humans many animals have bones in their penises called Baculum (from the Latin word for cepter), and for example they are found in dogs and bears

      • aliendreams

        Actually some animals do have a ‘bone’ inside their penis. The racoon for instance has a ‘bone’ inside the shaft of the penis. I happen to have a pair of earrings made from 2 of them. They are about 3-4 inches long with a slight curve and a round bulbous tip.

      • hahaha

        Perhaps google would have helped you to not look foolish while talking trash online. Surely you didn’t really think all genitals functioned in the same manner as humans.

  • Lionel

    Well done, this list made me laugh more than once!

  • wunderkind17

    Nautilus’ penis is a missile! I’m wondering why it isn’t included here

  • Bart

    Why didn’t you include that slothmoster that hilliary clinton is sporting?

  • me

    Well, while we’re pointing out mistakes. . . #6 misuse of the word shear. It’s sheer when used like that. For heaven’s sake, you’re talking about penis’ and sperms, not wooly sheep.

    • Shell Harris

      We made the fix. Editors will be beaten for this.

  • Rfgs

    “Facts” wrong. Adult harvest mice are not 15 mm. (that’s 1.5 cm, or about 2/3 of an inch) long! Try checking this stuff!