It may be time to resign from the human race!
WTF is wrong with these people?
Calamity Jane’s question is….Who greenlighted this project thinking it would be appropriate viewing for anyone other than a stoner?
As America continues to descend deeper and deeper into chaos, life continues apace in other countries. Take Denmark, where a new children’s show, “John Dillermand,” is causing some waves for its central premise — a mustachioed man has a massive, sometimes uncontrollable penis.
According to CNN, the animated show features “a man with a penis so massive and flexible it can save children from danger, fetch objects from a river and operate as a pogo stick.”
“……[features] a man with a penis so massive and flexible it can save children from danger, fetch objects from a river and operate as a pogo stick.”CNN
Think Inspector Gadget with a Go-Go Gadget Penis.
And yes, you can watch every episode of the show online.
You’ll need a working knowledge of Danish to understand what John is saying, but the magic of his penis transcends language. The thing retracts and shoots out, saves the day and helps John complete tasks in a very silly way that will surely distract you from events closer to home.
Apparently, while most Danes thought the show was a funny concept, not everyone in Denmark loves the idea of a children’s show featuring an extra-long penis.
“……children should not be forced to watch a cartoon depiction of an adult man’s groin.”Morten Messerschmidt
Danish People’s Party
“In Denmark it is now a huge success, and the children are watching it in big numbers…..Hundreds of thousands is supporting ‘John Dillermand’ now.”Sarah Cecilie
“In Denmark it is now a huge success, and the children are watching it in big numbers,” she said, telling CNN that 200,000 people have viewed the first episode.
In the network’s online description of the show, they state that while Dillermand’s genitals get him into embarrassing situations, it can be used for good once he embraces that he is different.
DR is Denmark’s oldest and most well-known broadcaster, and was a founding member of the European Broadcasting Union. The network is funded by the taxpayer, making it the Danish equivalent of the BBC or PBS.