Statues of Lenin with a boner for communism

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19 Responses to “Statues of Lenin with a boner for communism”

  1. booray says:

    There we go.

  2. owza says:

    Even monarchy are not at risk…

    http://tinyurl.com/qck7zt

  3. Anonymous says:

    Queen Victoria looks pretty well endowed in this photo of her.

    http://www.grabup.com/uploads/498a06c0011b8e3f3875ba20ce21b181.png?direct

    Liverpool, UK

  4. pidg says:

    In the Ukrainian city of Odessa there’s a similar thing, where you stand on a specific manhole cover and it looks like the Duke who founded the city is, er, getting his cock out. It’s a well-known ‘attraction’.

  5. Haroun says:

    There’s nothing quite as pleasing to the inner 3rd grade boy in many of us like the sight of Wm. Penn up on Philadelphia city hall in rain.

  6. Anonymous says:

    So the artists’ theme is Lenin asking for spare change???

    Okay, naughty photos deserve a naughty joke.

    This from my friend, Karl, the wandering art instigateur:

    One of the standard themes in Soviet art was ‘Lenin in Zurich.’ This
    was a sculpture or painting showing Lenin, in exile in Switzerland,
    dressed in a greatcoat and workingman’s cap, standing on some Alpine
    crag and gazing off into the distance, visualizing the future
    dictatorship of the proletariat.

    When the Politburo built themselves a new meeting hall, they decided
    that an enormous ‘Lenin in Zurich’ painting would be just the thing
    for decoration. So they held an All-Union competition to pick an
    artist, brought him to Moscow, provided him with paints and a
    4-meter-tall canvas, and said, ‘Lenin in Zurich. Six weeks. Have it
    finished.’

    On the appointed day, the members of the Politburo file into the newly
    completed hall where the great painting is covered by a drop cloth.
    When they are all ready, the artist pulls the cloth aside to reveal –
    not Lenin. It’s Mrs. Lenin! Naked! In bed! With Leon Trotsky!

    The first Politburo member to recover from the shock of seeing this
    sacrilege gasps, ‘Where’s Lenin?’

    And the artist says, ‘He’s in Zurich!’

  7. nanuq says:

    “from the right angle, Mickey’s nose becomes Walt’s stiffy). ”

    I could have lived a happy life without ever once contemplating that mental picture, thank you.

  8. Mindpowered says:

    ^ I don’t know who you are but you owe me a new keyboard.

  9. jtegnell says:

    That a link to an image of the Walt/Mickey nose/boner was not provided in the original posting, and still has not been provided in the comments, borders on travesty.

  10. Anse Bundren says:

    There’s a great George Washington statue on the south mall of the University of Texas Austin campus in which he is holding the hilt of his sword.

    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_KfsfWR56llk/Sc91Lrt4MII/AAAAAAAABqA/JBFvUjK1WDI/s400/Picture2.png

  11. Labbarra says:

    We have found a Farting Lenin here, he love to play with fire fart!

    http://labbarra.blogspot.com/2009/04/vladimir-lenin-per-il-sociale-dont-try.html

  12. Halloween Jack says:

    All you dirty minded commenters! Ah, to be an innocent child… whoops.

  13. rose bush says:

    we have a similar statue in the charming town of west hartford connecticut:
    http://nutmeggrater.blogspot.com/2005/12/untold-story-of-statue-of-noah-webster.html

    (unfortunately, i do not have a good photo of the perfect angle)

  14. franko says:

    @ #13

    i’m with you. don’t let me down, internets!

  15. Phikus says:

    This one was taken by Aaron Freeman (a.k.a. Gene Ween.)

  16. MMaiden says:

    The statue of William Penn atop City Hall in Philadelphia has a similar issue.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/fdphl/2346900381/

    http://www.mapsofpa.com/countyseatsphotos/philatower.jpg

  17. Anonymous says:

    http://www.panoramio.com/photo/2591841

    I tried to post the Walt/Mickey before I left for work but Google was down, gosh darnit! My photo… I’ll make a BB account eventually.

  18. Anonymous says:

    The town of Warrnambool in Victoria, Australia, has a memorial statue known locally as The Dirty Angel – it appears to be engaging in.. err.. manual auto-stimulation when viewed from the side. A google image search on “warrnambool dirty angel” will turn up a few examples.

  19. Henrix says:

    One of our most prominiet statues is not only well endowed, but clearly getting off:
    http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3249/2717929870_316158cc42.jpg?v=0

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