12.04.2009

Boneless Animals and Hairy Clams!

From our friends over at Accidental Dong comes this gem for Phallic Phriday, Boneless Boner.



They may not have spinal cords, but they seem to have a "bone" to me!

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sometimes a Planaria is JUST a Planaria.

Feral Boy

Erin said...

I had that book! It was my dad's university textbook in zoology in...must've been 1964 or so.

I used to read it for fun as a kid. That possibly makes me weird.

Anonymous said...

My granddad contributed to that book! Brings back memories...

The.Effing.Librarian said...

"accidental dong" -- god, I get takeout from there every friday.

Sexy Sadie said...

That's one excited leach(or whatever it is)

Dave F. said...

I didn't think leech or planeria, I thought of cuttlefish and squid. They have those tubular bodies that resemble male sex organs.

I can make a great spaghetti sauce out of calamari.

What the difference between calamari and squid? One's polite and doesn't swear in public. wink, wink

xenobiologista said...

Geoduck wins the all-time prize for an animal without a backbone that looks like an accidental dong. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geoduck

Maughta said...

Xeno: not only is it phallic, but it's fun to say! Gooeyduck, gooeyduck, gooeyduck!

arfies said...

Hey, we USED that book in science class! In 2001! There was one with a blue cover and one with a green cover (boy, was that out of date- as I recall, it referred to "white trash" and to "Negroes" who were prone to laziness due to parasites who liked feeding on them. WTF?!)