I bet he felt a massive twat
And so forth
A US foreign exchange student has become a deserved internet celeb after firefighters extracted him from a giant vagina in the southwestern German city of Tübingen. According to Erick Guzman, who kindly posted snaps of the incident on Imgur, his chum decided it was a bright idea to get down and dirty with Peruvian artist …
is why a university would feel the need to display a giant vagina in full public view on its campus in the first place.
Is it a medical university? If so, is the sculpture anatomically correct enough to serve as a teaching tool (which might thus explain it's presence)?
What do female students think of this giant twat? Is there also a giant penis gracing the campus, in the interest of even-handedness (so to speak)?
I'm sure, being 'public art', it cost a pretty penny, too.
Sorry for the rant but - Hey! You, kids! Get that thing off my lawn!
It's a university. They do that sort of thing there.
It's 197x. The photocopier repair van exits our college access road and passes in front. It stops. The passenger gets out, walks across the grass, reads the plaque, shouts back "It's Henry Moore's reclining woman in three parts", and returns to the van, which continues on its way.
My point? The guys in the photocopier van seemed to have more of a grip on the concept of art than you do. (And probably more of a sense of humour, though we can't be sure.)
Finally - ever been to Avebury? Have you worked out what those stones represent?
There's a bit of history to this you know. In the typing pool of the Bundeskanzleramt many years ago, they didn't spot that one of the typewriters had a broken 'l' key but by the time the mistake was spotted it was far too late, and you know German officialdom... they had their orders. The chancellor had ordered "an extensive programme of purchasing works of public art".
It's actually a giant set of labia, but I couldn't be bothered to correct the original poster. I'm surprised he made the mistake as I understand that there is a great deal of information on the Internet about female anatomy.
It's a bit rude likening either to Jeremy Clarkson, though. I know which I prefer to be standing next to.
It's in front of the university's microbiology and virology institute (go figure!). It cost 120k€, and it's supposed to symbolise the "gate to the world" (although the title is "chacàn", which means something different).
As for 22 firefighters being there: apparently the emergency call went "there's a guy trapped in a stone vagina". I guess that none of the firefighters on duty then wanted to stay behind at the station. The only one unhappy was Tübingen's mayor, who, thinking of the costs, asked in an interview whether it was really necessary that all 22 had to be present.
Anyway, cue lots of comments in the German press about the second speleologist that had to be rescued from a cave within a week...
Well, this is cliterally what will happen if you start *fannying around in a pubic place, though at least he didn't pussyfoot around, and he must have beavered away very hard to get into that position.
I know, that wasn't cunny at all, I'm going...
*Note to Septics - never tell a visiting Brit that it's OK to pat someone else's fanny in public...
You see, after you call firemen about the "cat stuck in a tree" they reply: "Have you EVER seen a dead cat in a tree". Of course the answer is NO, so there is no need for the firemen to "rescue" the stuck cat.
I feel the same applies here as well. If he got into the mess, surely he can get out!" (probably in more ways than one!).
As for other comments, some pretty good ones. Lots of upvotes.
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