Tuesday, 25 November 2014 02:47
This is GREAT STUFF!! I would so love to visit you in person some day.. Keep up the good work..
Monday, 24 November 2014 22:59
Who knew? Most incredible museum I seen in my life! Interesting and special, unique...
Mike, Cal, MS, Robanbanny
Wednesday, 12 November 2014 17:08
Visiting on our first morning in Reykjavik - we entered the museum with open minds, closed mouths and we were not disappointed.
Greeted by a barrage of baculums and a cornucopia of ***s, this museum had something for everyone.
Although the Sperm Whale dong was a little weeny.
We left questioning our ***ual orientation, as well as our sanity.
Keep those D's coming
Nat and BleeJay
Sunday, 02 November 2014 03:59
Pretty cool, Nat liked the handball boners. See you next summer. What is that petrified dong? Ok, Bye.
Sunday, 19 October 2014 21:10
Friday, 17 October 2014 05:08
Good heavens! I needed a very STIFF drink after watching that programme.
Tuesday, 07 October 2014 20:34
Watched "The Final Member" on NETFLIX last night and found the documentary very interesting. I have a co-worker that will be visiting your country in a couple weeks and I told him about your Museum and a little bit of the history behind it. If I was traveling there I would sure visit your museum. Although unfortunate, I am also glad that Mr Arason was the one to donate the missing item. Mr Mitchell just didn't seem to have been a good fit. Take care and hopefully my co-worker will visit your museum and bring me back a souvenir! Carl from Shrewsbury, PA. USA
Friday, 03 October 2014 22:25
This is awesome!! Watching the documentary on YouTube right now. I applaud you for this!!
Wednesday, 01 October 2014 05:46
I have not visited the museum yet, but love to visit very soon. What about the female *** parts? don't you think that they should be displayed in the same manner like male. Just a suggestion. any way, best wishes and keep going collecting mote and more ****es.
Kat and Will
Monday, 29 September 2014 04:57
Saw the documentary and was thrilled that Pall was the donor for your human exhibit. Tearful when he passed. He seemed like a wonderfully interesting man. As an American I was also thrilled that we weren't represented at your museum by the peculiar American donor.
Also wanted to thank Siggy and his family for creating this museum in a tasteful and educational way and allowing the film to be made. I hope all is well with your health and may you have a full and rich life.
Our best wishes
Kat and Will