6.05.2009

Phinally, they admit it!

For quite some time now, Maughta has been bringing you Phallic Phriday book covers (and the occasional Turgid Tuesday), where we infer that some element of the picture (a sword, a banana, etc.) is meant to represent the male member. But is it a fair inference, or our own dirty minds?

Wonder no more! They mean it.


5 comments:

Alissa said...

This reminds me of when I used to work at the library and one slow Saturday afternoon someone dumped a bunch of donations into the bookdrop (where they aren't supposed to go, but library patrons never actually read signs) and one of them was something called "The Penis Book." It kept us amused and helped us make it through an otherwise dull afternoon.

Dave F. said...

As Freud once said "It's a phallic symbol if it's longer than it's wide"

Oh wait, that was Melanie Safka (A folk singer) in her song Psychotherapy (sung to the tune of The Battle Hymm of the Republic).

Lyndee said...

That hot dog kind of weirded me out. If my mom makes hot dogs for dinner, I swear to God I won't be able to eat them.

xenobiologista said...

I don't know about the image symbolism but in my experience, authors who feel the need to put "PhD" after their names are wankers.

Sexy Sadie said...

The title would appear to be a male counterpart to "The Vagina Monologues", but I don't think that's what it's supposed to be. The phalluses symbolize obviousness.