They argue the merits of a naked male and his penis becomes detached during the deliberations. Wacky zany humor ensues. If the list can encompass TV shows as well as movies, one episode of Bob and Margaret features the title couple visiting a couple who own an anatomically correct statue. Margaret stashes the broken penis in her purse, and hilarity ensues. And in Goonies where the fat kid breaks the penis off of the small statue and they try to glue it back. It always saddens me to find out people of my own generation never saw that film.
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Search Submit. Long before the introduction of penis enlargement procedures and products, the Batammariba, otherwise known as Somba people from Togo and Benin, were experts in the enlargement and elongation of the manhood and this was done during initiation. Occupying the mountainous regions of the two West African countries, the Batammariba were not only popular for their ancient elongation technique but also for their architectural expertise. In Togo, they reside in the northeastern Kara regions of Northern Togo with the Kabye kabre people, who are the second largest tribe in Togo. In Benin, where they are known as Somba , they can be found around Atakora mountain range of northwestern Benin sharing a border with their Gur relatives in neighbouring Burkina Faso who also have a huge interest in architecture.
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Min Egyptian mnw  is an ancient Egyptian god whose cult originated in the predynastic period 4th millennium BCE. Min's cult began and was centered around Coptos Koptos and Akhmim Panopolis of upper Egypt ,  where in his honour great festivals were held celebrating his "coming forth" with a public procession and presentation of offerings. Flinders Petrie excavated two large statues of Min at Qift which are now in the Ashmolean Museum and it is thought by some that they are pre-dynastic. Although not mentioned by name, a reference to "he whose arm is raised in the East" in the Pyramid Texts is thought to refer to Min. His importance grew in the Middle Kingdom when he became even more closely linked with Horus as the deity Min-Horus.