So says “Dual Breast Mountain” of Zhenfeng, China:
“We’ll be here long after you crumble, man-made dongtowers.”
Filed under 01_shakespeares_sister
(Come on, someone had to say it :))
It’s like something out of a Monty Python cartoon.
The image isn’t quite as convincing, but as long as you’re going to get all maternal about it, don’t forget the big tits.
Except then they’d have to start bouncing around and squish something.
FYI, Procter & Gamble’s HQ in Cincinnati has long been known as the Dolly Parton Building. See it at
Procter & Gamble’s HQ in Cincinnati has long been known as the Dolly Parton Building
Funny story: there are two large hills just north of San Antonio that resemble breasts. The locals there call them “the twins”.
There’s a couple of hills like that somewhere in New England (sans nipples, though). I don’t remember exactly where, but when I was vacationing in NE I went on a hike that ended at a lovely little lake with two hills just beyond it that looked quite boob-ish.
These may have to go on the logo of my new beer-brewing project: Portly Dyke’s Bodacious Tata Milk Stout
That photo inspired what may be the best headline and lead of all time on Ananova: Mountain resembles breasts
“A mountain in China looks like a pair of breasts.”
Oops. Should have clicked through Melissa’s link.
Then there’s always Grandmother Rock and Grandfather Rock near Lamai.
OMFG! Grandmother Rock and Grandfather Rock win as far as I’m concerned.
There are also Fern’s Nipple, Paps of Jura, and Nipple Top.
I never realized just how large Grandfather is. Kate217 shows us that one head is in Thailand, and the other is in North Carolina!
San Onofre, California’s Nuclear Power Plant Boobs:
Autumn, those are awesome!
I seem to remember there being blinking red lights on top of those reactor domes, which look kinda, I dunno, perky from an aerial view.
Here in Asheville, NC, we’re proud to have both a huge phallic obelisk (the Vance Monument, named after NC’s civil war governor Zebulon Vance) and something a little more vaginal (the Beaucatcher Cut, where Beaucatcher Mountain – no pic, sorry – was literally cut in two to make room for I-240, leaving a huge, V-shaped “anti-phallus”)
Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:
You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change )
You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change )
You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change )
You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change )
Connecting to %s
Notify me of new comments via email.