Someone Drew Such A Large Penis It Can Literally Be Seen From Space

Humanity is such an FML.

We can't make this stuff up. In fact, if you don't believe it, just do a quick Google Maps check.  

The penis is carved on the Austalian outback. The 'artist' is not currently known, though we think he should come forward and take credit before someone else does. 

The Ladbible article put it best: "Usually when we talk about man-made things that can be seen from space, we're in the realm of national landmarks - The Great Wall of China, the Pyramids in Egypt and even the artificial islands of Dubai - and natural wonders such as the Himalayas, the Great Barrier Reef and the Amazon River." 

Not us millennials though. Not in 2018.

Should we build an incredible building? ...Nah. Erect a memorable monument? Meh!

Giant penis in the Australian outback?

....There we go. 

By Nadine / Tuesday 3 July 2018 12:19 /
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By  Anthony Ginder  |  5

C'mon... What a dick move...

By  Anthony Ginder  |  5

C'mon... What a dick move...

By  PenguinPal3017  |  19

Not really fair to say that it can be seen from space. It can only be seen from space with a telescopic lense. You wouldn't be able to see it with your naked eyes.

By this logic my penis is so big that it can be seen from space.

  Cali  |  54

I appreciate the attempt at technical accuracy, PenguinPal, but I'm pretty sure you can't see anything but blue, green, and brown blurs from outer space without a telescopic lense. The Great Wall of China is famous for being visible from space, but you still need some magnification to make it out!

  PenguinPal3017  |  19

You only proved me right, you cannot see this from space without a telescopic lense, but you can see almost anything from space with a telescopic lens.

You seemed to think you contradicted me there, yet all you did was agree with me...

  Nadine  |  21

Her point was that by your logic, no one should say that anything can be seen from space unless it can be seen with the naked eye. Which is nothing. Do you get worked up when people say you can see the Great Wall of China from space? Your argument doesn't make much sense.

  PenguinPal3017  |  19

Basically anything can be seen from space with enough magnification. I claimed that my penis is big enough to be seen from space. This is as true as the headline.

"Wow! This guy drew a penis so big that it can be seen from space!"

"My penis can also be seen from space."

The fact that almost nothing can be seen from space isn't an excuse.

  PenguinPal3017  |  19

If you're going to say "it's so big that X" you shouldn't use an X that's true for almost anything. You should use an X that's only true for -big- things. "Check out these giant tomatoes this guy grew! They are so big that if you tried to count all the atoms you'd be exhausted before finishing!" This is true for all tomatoes. This is also true for a grain of sand.

By  Glowworm56  |  25

I'm concerned about what the aliens are going to think about us after they see this.
"It appears to be some crudely drawn erectile phallus."
"I told you that planet contained no intelligent lifeforms there!"

By  ohsnapword  |  21

Yawn. With the cameras on these satellites, they can see a dick I draw on a post-it note from space.

  PenguinPal3017  |  19

My point exactly. Unless you can see it with the naked eye there's nothing special about being able to see it from space

"This guy drew a penis so big you can see it without use of an electron microscope!"