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    "Majestic Sky Penis" Spotted In Skies Above Britain

    "When will we see vagina clouds?"

    A keen photographer known simply as "Villager Jim" has sent a photo of a peculiar cloud formation to local newspaper Western Daily Press.

    Villager Jim / Via westerndailypress.co.uk

    The 48-year-old told the newspaper he'd been "pottering around his home" in Foolow Derbshire, when he saw the large penis in the sky.

    "Its not usually the sort of thing I would take a picture of but I'm not going to miss out on a huge c**k flying overhead."

    Always on the look out for quirky content, Australia's favourite tabloid The NT News somehow picked up on the story on Thursday and dubbed it the "majestic sky penis".

    NT News / Via ntnews.com.au

    The unique cloud quickly captured Australia's imagination and Twitter tried to agree on its Latin name.

    Others with expert knowledge on clouds were ready with analysis.

    *strokes chin* hmm *straightens glasses* hmm *adjusts tweed jacket* yes i believe that's a cumulodingus formation

    adam brereton@adambrereton

    *strokes chin* hmm *straightens glasses* hmm *adjusts tweed jacket* yes i believe that's a cumulodingus formation

    5:09 PM - 31 Jul 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

    @MarkDiStef Just wait till a small Cumulus floats by.

    Paul Mackay@plmcky

    @MarkDiStef Just wait till a small Cumulus floats by.

    4:56 PM - 31 Jul 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

    And some couldn't shake that this is a sign that the end was near.

    @johncarneyau @shellity @DrRachie @MarkDiStef IT IS THE DAY OF PECKERNING

    Jo Thornely@jothornely

    @johncarneyau @shellity @DrRachie @MarkDiStef IT IS THE DAY OF PECKERNING

    4:59 PM - 31 Jul 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

    @MarkDiStef @jothornely @shellity @DrRachie IT’S THE FAPTURE!

    John Carney@johncarneyau

    @MarkDiStef @jothornely @shellity @DrRachie IT’S THE FAPTURE!

    5:01 PM - 31 Jul 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

    The "sky cock" acquired a Twitter account.

    It's not the first time cocks in the shape of clouds have spurred our attention.

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    Which left some asking this important question:

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