Penis prank at school seen in Google Earth


36 Responses to “Penis prank at school seen in Google Earth”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Is that as in “I’m going to go check out some penes?” I’m sure one could use that term in a mover clever illustration, but I’m just enjoying the purity.

    Genitalia is funny.

  2. Anonymous says:

    jimh: Thanks for your penetrating analysis. It’s no wonder that this incident has aroused our indignation. We can only hope that one of the perpetrators will soon feel the prick of remorse and spill his conscience.

  3. hapa says:

    “there are six penises on the grass outside the window. how do we determine the size a fig tree would have to be to grow leaves to cover them?”

  4. OldBrownSquirrel says:

    Is anyone else reminded of Cerne Abbas?

  5. Sarah Neptune says:

    And now that the giant penises have been uncovered, the adults have the urge to play Hide The Penis. Perfectly natural, nothing to be ashamed of.

  6. Anonymous says:

    If they had been placed in a circular order, they would be known as cock circles. These are the more common observed crop cockles. Makes me long for a vacation to Cockhenge. Sorry for the excessive use of the word c@#%. It just sounded funnier than Penishenge.

  7. Gulliver says:

    Goes well with the other architecture you can see from space, the work of beavers.

  8. jimh says:

    Surely the staff could work harder to root out these cocky sod whackers! These cranks are flying in the face of good folk everywhere, and they remain at large, glad-handing and fist-pumping, no doubt swollen with pride. It’s shameful.

  9. Trixi says:

    Maybe he’s upset that the penis is circumcised?

  10. Anonymous says:

    And then there’s the pond I used to ice-skate on when I was a kid: (in Greenwich, CT, USA) (from Google Earth Historical Imagery for 1/1/2005)

  11. Anonymous says:

    These were obviously made by Jonah (Dick-tation) of Summer Heights High.

  12. Anonymous says:

    It appears excessive to me to use weedkiller to erase the penises, since that will kill a lot of grass (living beings)that have a right to live. BTW many cultures in history and prehistory did not have problems with phallic depictions, maybe they glorify life and our “modern” culture glorifies death.

  13. Anonymous says:

    Someone should grass on those dicks.

  14. Anonymous says:

    What was the acting principal’s name again? : – )

  15. It_Figures says:

    FFS! It’s penis(es). No need for them to be dickheads about it. Oops.

  16. Nemo1 says:

    Gerhard van Dyk (heh-heh)

  17. dougrogers says:

    Aliens! They were drawn by aliens! They can only be seen from space!!!! Proof!!!!!

  18. Logolepsy says:

    There is a total of six penises, one extra-large, one large and four extra-small. I wonder if they represent the sizes of the culprits… For the curious, here’s the link to Google Maps:,175.275485&spn=0.000915,0.002064&t=h&z=20

    • SamSam says:

      Beautiful! I see all 6, including one appearing to penetrate a pair of buttocks. Or boobs. Or something.

  19. whisper dog says:

    This happened a while back to Harman Geist football stadium in Hazleton PA – the Cougars play on a giant dick decorated field.

    It’s still visible on Google Maps (thank you google for that excellent shortened URL):

  20. It_Figures says:

    I can’t find the other 3. They must be hiding in the bushes.

  21. It_Figures says:

    I cant find the other 4. They must be hiding in the bushes.

  22. LogopolisMike says:

    Kids, what’s the matter with kids today. Absolutely nothing – because this is awesome. The exact kind of prank that will drive an adult in charge crazy but hurts no one. It’s not like vandalizing with graffiti/words, where an “innocent” can wonder/tell what it is, but instead, it’s the type of thing that only those in the know will spot. I don’t know why this brings me so much joy, but it does.

    • smaier69 says:

      “The exact kind of prank that will drive an adult in charge crazy but hurts no one.”

      Agreed. Some of the highest quality, super-primo win right there.

  23. Anonymous says:

    There was a giant dead-grass dick on a hillside facing Auckland’s main highway a couple years ago. It was even drawn in the same style. Wonder if it was the same guys.

  24. IronEdithKidd says:

    Certainly the only practical use of Google Earth is to locate easter eggs.

    • rebdav says:

      I use it when cycle touring to satellite recon good potential stealth camping sites away from houses or roads.

  25. Anonymous says:

    Sorry in advance for what follows; but I cannot help myself on this, now that I am not laughing so hard that paramedics may be needed.

    Only visible from an overhead shot.
    This is ridiculous.
    Someone needs to be penalized for this.

    “phallic symbols started to pop up” (heh-heh)
    “much to the dismay of staff” (heh-heh)

    Uber brilliance, I now have some faith in the future.


  26. Anonymous says:

    In my day, it would have been a peace symbol.
    If kids today prefer a giant penis, I suppose that’s their perogative. But to quote the illiterate’s question to the guy with the advertising sandwich board, “What is the nature of your protest?”

  27. rebdav says:

    Just to be clear I use Google earth to find camping spots, not a giant penis burned into a school lawn. :p

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