Since It’s Quite Popular, Let’s Talk Some More About the Dr. Manhattan’s Blue Weiner

Over the weekend, despite not being particularly active with my blogging duties, I noticed a relatively unusual spike in views:

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I recognize that, in the infinite traffic of the interwebs, this level of activity is hardly astounding.  At the same time, though, it’s barely not yet noon, and the numbers on on the rise.  All because I had to go on a rant a few week’s ago about the full frontal bludity in Watchmen.  

Having seen Watchmen, I can safely attest that it’s there.  Frequently.  Unlike the graphic novel, which largely obscures Dr. Manhattan’s kibbles and bits through selective panel compositions, the movie parades that thing loud and proud.  Much to the chagrin of the groaning fanboy sitting next to me, it has a tendency to flop about when Dr. Manhattan walks around, which makes sense.  Because he’s not wearing pants.  And that’s what happens to your business when you’re not wearing pants.  

I must say that I do applaud Zack Snyder for so determinedly keeping the johnson in the picture. I like to imagine long meetings with the animators in which they propose to him various looks for the penis before deciding on the right one; he has to battle with producers who keep wonder why Dr. Manhattan can’t have a Ken-doll crotch or be an ardent supporter of Hanes boxer briefs, and the MPAA is positively having a conniption fit trying to figure out how to rate the movie.  I say this not because the thought arouses me, but because I have the sense of humor of grade-school student.  I’m terribly mature.

But anywhosie.

He’s obviously a man that’s comfortable with his own sexuality, and the ample peen screen time ends up being politically charged in that it demands audiences to be comfortable in their own sexuality.  The groans and award shifts-in-their-seats elicited from male audience members goes to show that quite a few heterosexual males still have issues with accepting that seeing another man’s penis doesn’t actually turn them gay (although you can easily make the argument that it’s a little bit gay to be searching for pictures of said penis on the internet).  I’m certainly appreciative that interest in a blue wang is providing my crazy talk an audience, but, seriously, internet:


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I don’t mean that as a bitchy brush-off but rather as a genuine question.  I really want to know how and why a glowing blue johnson has captured the search word interests of so many.

I’m willing to bet that at least half the people searching for this actually have a penis; it may not be blue, but chances are it’s pretty similar otherwise.  Get some finger paints or a magic marker and go to town if you absolutely must know what a blue wang looks like.  

Do we need to see pictures of it to document it’s existence, like a blue-genital Bigfoot?  Is there a concern that it’ll be so large that it’ll make you feel inadequate?  Have you never seen a penis at all?  Trust me, there are plenty better ones to be seen on the internet.  I can attest to that.  Is this actually a search performed by fangirls and fangays who can’t get enough of Billy Crudup’s blue pecker; are people searching for it because they actually find it sexy?

I’d really like to know.  If anybody stumbles upon this post in their search for full-frontal Dr. Manhattan, please leave me a comment and let me know what’s brought you on this search.  This is a great mystery to me.  I didn’t realize it, but Dr. Manhattan’s junk has captured a nation.

How queer.

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2 Responses

  1. Reasons for being here – sometimes I dislike things and I want to know if anybody else does. So I searched for ‘blue weiner manhattan.’ Then I thought hey what a cool beverage title! Then I found your blog.

    I love the word ‘bludity.’

    And seriously, who animated Dr. Manhattan and framed the shots?! Every 3 seconds we had to see his weiner…it was almost as intrusive as the soundtrack.

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    • No, nothing shall ever be as intrusive as that damn soundtrack. I’ll never be able to hear “Hallelujah” again without cringing.

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