Tom Mitchell so loves his penis that he calls it "Elmo" and wants to donate it—not for science, exactly, but for mass admiration. Iceland's own former explorer and notorious womanizer, the year-0ld Pall Arason, seems like a potential donor provided that his advanced age hasn't shrunk his penis below the so-called "legal length," which is five inches and based on an Icelandic folktale in which a woman divorces her husband for sporting three inches. But then Mitchell steps up, promising to do one better: Instead of promising his penis in death, he offers to have it amputated while he's still alive just to make sure it all goes right — he figures that the expression "if you want something done, you have to do it yourself" applies to donating your penis to a museum. Hilarity ensues. Though ostensibly straight, and having been married to a woman for 52 years, Siggi's obsessed with penises in addition to collecting animal specimens, he carves penis-shaped objects like gavels and drink trays. Mitchell, on the other hand, is obsessed with his penis, though his fixation does seem to outsize Elmo, which measures in at a substantial but hardly freakish seven inches "and a great girth," according to Siggi.
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