What the chopper pilot spotted…

British student Rory McInnes has done a nice job of painting the roof of his family home. He adorned it with a whopper willy.

The 18-year-old climbed on to the newly completed roof of his parents’ home in Berkshire to paint the mammoth appendage, hoping the house would stand out on web-based satellite software.



As The Sun tells it:

He grabbed a tin of white paint and climbed up to the roof, where he spent half an hour reproducing the best-known feature of the Cerne Abbas Giant in Dorset.

For the next 12 months only Rory knew about the giant manhood on the roof near Hungerford, Berks.

But his secret was blown when a helicopter pilot spotted it, and hovered so his passenger could take photos.

Rory’s dad, company director Andy, apparently thought it was a wind-up when The Sun contacted him about the painting.

He said: “It’s an April Fool’s joke, right? There’s no way there’s a 60ft phallus on top of my house.”

The parents say Rory, who is in Brazil, will be removing his painting when he returns home.

But here’s the bit of the story that fascinated Alf.

The Cerne Abbas Giant is regarded as a massive fertility symbol.

And couples – according to the report – have sex on his appendage in the hope of conceiving.

Rory’s mum Clare, said: “We don’t want any more children, so the idea of sleeping under a giant fertility symbol is rather worrying.”

Tells you heaps about the Brits, this does.

Here in Eketahuna we’ve long known you don’t improve your fertility by indulging in rumpy-pumpy on giant fertility symbols.

You do it by having sex at least once a day, and by drinking Tui beer, made with the wonderfully potent water from the Mangatainoka River. Which is why Alf spends nights at the club drinking whisky.

The Cerne Abbas Giant: it is regarded as a massive fertility symbol, but here in Eketahuna we know better

The Cerne Abbas Giant: it is regarded as a massive fertility symbol, but here in Eketahuna we know better

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