And yes, dont boil it, just like dont boil skulls.
Put the bone in his Pony Tail and came to work...lasted exactly one Day, after the chants of "D**kHead" rang out through the Office.
Even funnier...his name was actually Richard!
One of the gals in the Office used to call him "Ricky Retardo" !
You want a conversation starter? Swizzle someone's drink with your own Peter or Johnson. Leave me out of it.
I wonder if you could buy some already made swizzle sticks? Maybe have like a variety from different animals.
I would imagine that it would be illegal to attempt to buy a bunch of Peters. You may be able to find some guys who'd be willing to slip 'em to you for free, but then you'd be a different kind of swinging Richard.
I think I've run the course on this line of humor.
Don't think so, think its just certain species of predators... Know raccoons and just learned bears by this thread, but makes sense, since they are related... The whale families, I think canines and pretty sure primates, but don't hold me to that...8^)
You might think you're Joshin', but I can tell you that you don't want to see this Rick all red and angry.
Dang Jenson !! That's Jens(ON) not Jens(EN). I assume with the ON instead of EN that you're a good Swedish guy normally and this whole momma besmirching has to do with your exposure to those EN Norwegians up there. Don't emulate those swizzle sticks.
Interestingly enough spelling apparently isn’t a Norwegian strong suit and my grandpa and his brothers split evenly on the “on” “en” argument.
We still give him coffee during the holidays and try to smile when he teases the Finns in the family.
It's all in good fun though. It's not like we're a bag of swizzling Peters.
But, since you're in MN, you should PM me your best Sven, Ole and Lena jokes. Christmas is coming. If everyone is laughing, they're less likely to notice the Norwegian slurping his coffee and he won't have to be embarrassed.
Just don't let it blow up in your face!
"USICK" is the native name ..... you can GOOGLE it ...... some 'artist' carve on these petrified 'Ivory like' jobber dooos ....
Told Coach all about this thread and how I remember all kinds of things made with them. She said that was about the most disgusting thing she had ever heard.
Now I gotta have one.......
"The baculum (also penis bone, penile bone, or os penis, or os priapi) is a bone found in the penis of many placental mammals. It is absent in the human penis, but present in the penises of other primates, such as the gorilla and chimpanzee. The bone is located above the male urethra, and it aids sexual reproduction by maintaining sufficient stiffness during sexual penetration. The homologue to the baculum in female mammals is known as the baubellum or os clitoridis – a bone in the clitoris.
Etymology The word baculum meant "stick" or "staff" in Latin and originated from Greek: ??????, baklon "stick".
Function The baculum is used for copulation and varies in size and shape by species. Its evolution may be influenced by sexual selection, and its characteristics are sometimes used to differentiate between similar species. A bone in the penis allows a male to mate for a long time with a female, which can be a distinct advantage in some mating strategies. The length of the baculum may be related to the duration of copulation in some species. In carnivorans and primates, the length of the baculum appears to be influenced by postcopulatory sexual selection. In some Chiroptera species, the baculum can also protect the urethra from compression.
Presence in mammals
A raccoon baculum Mammals having a penile bone (in males) and a clitoral bone (in females) include various eutherians:
Order Primates, although not in humans, spider monkeys, or woolly monkeys Order Rodentia (rodents), though not in the related order Lagomorpha (rabbits, hares, etc.) Order Eulipotyphla (insectivores, including shrews and hedgehogs) Order Carnivora (including members of many well-known families, such as ursids (bears),, canids (dogs), pinnipeds (walruses, seals, sea lions), procyonids (raccoons etc.), mustelids (otters, weasels, skunks and others). The baculum is usually longer in the Canoidea than in the Feloidea, although fossas have long bacula and giant pandas have short bacula. Order Chiroptera (bats). It is absent in humans, ungulates (hoofed mammals), elephants, monotremes (platypus, echidna), marsupials, lagomorphs, hyenas, sirenians, and cetaceans (whales, dolphins, and porpoises), among others."
But I've always preferred "why not?"