Do Not Enter Giant Marble Vaginas
There is a giant marble vagina in the area of Germany’s Tubingen University Institute of Microbiology. If you happen to be American exchange student and someone dares you to climb into the giant marble vagina, you should just not go there. Do not enter!
Why? Because you will get stuck. And then someone will have to call the fire department saying that you are “stuck in a stone vulva.” We find that really embarrassing.
The student who learned a hard lesson in lubrication had to be rescued by 22 firemen, who drove in on five fire trucks with paramedics, and who did not need any tools to free the man. They just pulled the man out. Old fashion way.
Erick Guzman, an eyewitness to this dare gone wrong, said that the man freed from the giant marble vagina was ‘just’ trying to take a picture of himself inside it. Because it’s fun?
“The fire department was not really amused, and he was really embarrassed,” Guzman said.
The sculpture has been standing on the campus for 13 years and was purchased for $173,000 from Peruvian artist Fernando de la Jara. It is named “Pi-Chacan”, which could be roughly translated to “making love” in English.
The mayor of Tübingen told the Süddeutsche Zeitung newspaper that he doesn’t know how the infamous accident could have happened, “even when considering the most extreme adolescent fantasies. To reward such a masterly achievement with the use of 22 firefighters almost pains my soul.”
Don’t Crowdsurf during ‘Handle’s Messiah’!
Dr. David Glowacki, one of the leading US scientist and researchers at the Royal Society in London, was thrown out of the Bristol Old Vic venue, after he attempted at crowdsurfing during Handel’s Messiah.
According to Metro, when the audience came to the front of the stage to “clap or whoop when you like, and no shushing other people”, Glowacki went wild.
According to Metro, the theatre’s artistic director, Tom Morris, admitted that Dr. David Glowacki obviously got ‘very overexcited’ during the Hallelujah Chorus.
The respected chemist was actually seen by witnesses swinging from side to side, waving his hands in the air whooping, before he tried to surf the intellectual crowd.
The audience reportedly reacted by getting him kicked out, and not by joining in or helping the scientist to crowdsurf.
Dr. Glowacki, a visiting professor from Stanford and an “expert in non-equilibrium molecular reaction dynamics”, was not happy over the situation, saying, “Classical music, trying to seem cool and less stuffy, reeks of some sort of fossilised art form undergoing a midlife crisis.”
He also denied being drunk at the concert, adding, “This may be a consequence of me being American, but I can quite easily be provocative without the need to be inebriated.”