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NSFW LogoWatch It's Friday, so as we nip off to the nearest boozer for a few pre-weekend liveners, let's consider raising a hearty pint to the London Sperm Bank whose splendid logo was recently spotted by a Reg reader:

The London Sperm Bank logo, including stylised penis

The man oyster repository in question is apparently hosted by the London Women's Clinic, and its logo too deserves a toast for its creative use of an "o" and an apostrophe, as you can see right here. Lovely. ®

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By a quite remarkable coincidence, there's seems to be a lot of todger-related tomfoolery knocking about this week, as this "creative" aircraft vapour trail proves:

Aircraft vapour trails in form of penis

For the record, the above was snapped by reader Brother Wolf on Monday afternoon above Lytham St Annes in Lancashire. The mind boggles. ®

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