A GOOGLE EARTH SUPERFAN WAS PATROLLING THE WORLD, DISCOVERS PENIS ISLAND IN PACIFIC
So first let’s start out with the fact that there are people out there in the category, Google Earth Superfan. Sure, I’m all too familiar with Google Earth, with some serious memories of how fast it killed my phone battery when it first came out. And, yes, it is fun to zoom into anywhere on the entire planet and have a look see. I certainly did. Years ago. But evidently, there are Google Earth Superfans out there. And they dig them some major Googling of the Earth. Seriously, I want to judge. But if I had been the one to discover an island that looks like a penis, I’d be pretty damn proud.
SUPERFAN’S DISCOVERY IS REMARKABLE, AS IN HOW DID THE WORLD MISS THIS PENIS ISLAND?
As it is, I’m still kind of in a state of shock that it took this long, as it were, to discover this seemingly floating tropical phallus. But it was a woman in Michigan who, well, was the first to get the Google Earth eyeful. Her name is Joleen Vultaggio, and while I’m not sure what the superfan was looking for, it is now something for us all to feast our eyes on. I mean, just look at that thing! God must, He simply must, have a sense of humor. I mean, this is a place where absolutely anyone can go and sit on dick island! Might be pretty gritty, I suppose.
GOOGLE EARTH SUPERFANS HAVE ALREADY GIVEN IT A NAME, PHALLY ISLAND
But, well, I have to start this sentence with but, if you want to find it for yourself it is now pretty damn easy. It’s in the Pacific, which is pretty damn large. But the superfan gave us coordinates! They are 20°37’37″S 166°18’02″E. Google Earth users have already given it an unofficial name, Phally Island. And, well, they have marked it as a place of worship in the Google Maps database. And that is one large penis island, let me tell you. Well, if the size of the island matters to you. It is 500 meters long! It’s part of the Loyalty Islands province. Or, rather, in the French occupied Pacific territory some maps show as New Caledonia. And no, that doesn’t make you a Google Earth superfan, too.