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What Keeps Low Fountains Erect?

Many students have noted the rather phallic appearance of the pair of fountains in front of Low Steps. This week, Bwog asks the obvious question: what keeps those penis fountains erect?

Maybe it’s: 

-Their undying lust for each other, exacerbated by the fact that the two fountains are always so close and yet so far

-PrezBo

-All the visitors cumming, I mean coming, through campus

-The owl under Alma’s skirt

-The oppressive masculinity of the Butler names

-The throb of NYC daily life

-An extremely large dose of Viagra

-Naughty students

-Getting pooped on by pigeons

-The wet water pooled below

-They take Columbia’s acronym obsession to a whole new level

-Roarie’s nighttime romps

No, fools, get your minds out of the gutter. The answer is obviously cement!

East Phallic Fountain via Bwog Archives

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous The love of Columbia.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous “Lowe”

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