Saturday, July 29, 2006


They've found King Tut's Penis!

When King Tut was found in 1922, he had his penis. In 1968, however, x-rays detected that the mumified Egyptian king's member was missing. Speculation was that it had been stolen and sold. Happily enough, King Tut's main vein wasn't missing enough, a new study says. It merely fell off and was found in the sand beside his body. While no longer attached, it "remains intact."
Sounds like a good story to me, like the folks who steal yard orniments and take pictures of it around the world. Imagine kidnapping Tut's penis and traveling with it around the world as a prank. I think I'll strive for that!

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