The beautiful immortal

Yes, another man in underwear… There will be plain sex talk, too.

The Daily Jocks ad from 2/10:


They looked upon him, found him
Wonderful, fabulous, a mighty man —
Unanimously accepted him as their
Prince everlasting — and
Had him bronzed.

Two contributions here.

First, a friend reported to me that a guy she knew was sending her dick pix, of his (admittedly) enormous prick, which he was inordinately proud of. What, she wondered, did he expect her to do with it? (She and I have had chats about really big cocks and the challenges they present. Our joint feeling was that they were mostly objects to be admired as living art, but to be dealt with manually as sexual organs.)

My suggestion was that she should have it bronzed.

Little digression on bronzing:

Bronzing is a process by which a bronze-like surface is applied to other materials (metallic or non-metallic). Some bronzing processes are merely simulated finishes (patinas) applied to existing metal surfaces, or coatings of powdered metal that give the appearance of a solid metal surface. In other cases, an actual layer of heavy copper is electroplated onto an object to produce a bronze-like surface. This electroplating is the method traditionally used for “bronzing” of baby shoes, but to electroplate a non-conductive item like a baby shoe, a conductive material must first be applied, then the copper plating is done. (Wikipedia link)

Then, the noun bronze took me to Bonzo:

The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band (also known as The Bonzo Dog Band) was created by a group of British art-school students in the 1960s. Combining elements of music hall, trad jazz and psychedelic pop with surreal humour and avant-garde art, the Bonzos came to the public attention through a 1968 ITV comedy show, Do Not Adjust Your Set.

… Bonzo the dog after a popular British cartoon character created by artist George Studdy in the 1920s. (Wikipedia link)

You can listen here to one of my favorite Bonzos tracks, “The Intro and the utro” (1967).

A Studdy sketch of Bonzo:

A truly enormous amount of Bonziana, of all kinds, was produced back in the 1920s and thereafter. And yes, there were — oh joy! — bronzed Bonzos, lots of them, of many different sorts. Here’s a Bonzo bronzed plated car mascot:


To put it all together, there are (of course) bronze phalluses, tons of them, from ancient Chinese to thoroughly modern (phalluses are objects of power, luck, and awe) — including this startling cast bronze penis doorpull (from a collection of phallic hardware, faucets, and barware on this site):


See: you can have it bronzed.

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