Iceland hosts many natural wonders, with beautiful cities, full of friendly people. Unfortunately, all tourists want to see is the the Icelandic Phallological Museum, because penises. That wouldn't be a huge issue, except the museum has an address confusingly similar to the offices of the Reykjavík International Film Festival. Former parliament member, Ásta Helgadóttir, posted an image on the outside of the film festival's office informing confused visitors that if they want a penis museum, they won't find it behind these doors:
You'd think this sign means that this is a common problem, but one Twitter user was absolutely certain it was a subtweet-sign about himself and his wife.
A man named Jason Seba responded with a story about shouting phallus at this particular group of Icelandic heroes.
He writes: "OH MY GOD I THINK MY GIRLFRIEND AND I HELPED INSPIRE THIS SIGN! Sorry, nice firendly Icelanders who work in a building that apparently is quite often mistaken for the penis museum."
And the internet demanded to know more, writing: "Now you have to tell us the story. Because it is quite remarkable to make this mistake so often that they feel like they need to make a sign."
But lots of other people have been there, so it's probably come up before:
It's quite famous:
Finally, an office worker came forward to reveal himself as the sign's maker:
He had the receipts:
He honestly doesn't understand why the sign became necessary, but it did!
He also made a template, in case your office is also having a problem with people thinking it's the penis museum:
Which people used:
If you're not sure if you need a "this is not the penis museum" sign, here's the checklist:
So. Do you work in a penis museum? Or are you just trying to find one in all the wrong places?
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