Denmark has a Kid’s TV Show About a Man with a Giant, uh, ‘Body Part’
Danish children can now watch the antics of a character named John Dillermand. His day consists of everyday occurrences like walking the dog or going to the zoo. Oh, he also has the world’s longest penis – and it gets him into a lot of trouble, which is the premise of the show -- John Dillermand tries to overcome the hardships and challenges of his record-breaking genitals.
FYI: Dillermand is slang for penis in Danish.
For instance, in the show’s intro, his man parts get caught on a bus as it drives down the road, it also gets snagged in some helium-filled balloons and lifts him into the sky.
But it's also a helpful, um, 'unit' --- it rescues an oven from the river. He also utilizes it as a propeller to fly over a family having a barbecue and douses out flames on a burning picnic table. It can help him bounce over tall trees through a forest and even whips a lion who is terrorizing young children.
…and all of that is just in the 26-second intro. (seen below)
The show, which is aimed at four-to eight-year-olds, has received praise as well as a lot of criticism on its Facebook page.
Regardless, it seems to be quite popular. Upon its debut last weekend almost 90,000 people watched the first episode.
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