Architects / Built Work

What These Skyscrapers Tell Us About Their Architect’s Dick

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Skyscraper: Home Insurance Building – Chicago, USA

Architect: William Le Baron Jenney

What It Says About His Dick: Considered to be the world’s first skyscraper, Jenney’s need to erect what would have been an incredibly tall building at the time suggests that he was desperately using architecture to compensate for his very small dick.

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Skyscraper: 30 St Mary Axe, or more commonly known as The Gherkin – London, UK

Architect: Norman Foster

What It Says About His Dick: A girthy, symmetrical skyscraper, The Gherkin tells us that not only does Foster have a small dick but it is wonky and unusually rectilinear.

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Skyscraper: Burj Khalifa – Dubai, UAE

Architect: Adrian Smith

What It Says About His Dick: Logically, the architect of the tallest skyscraper in the world must also have the smallest dick in the world.

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Skyscraper: IFC Tower, Hong Kong

Architect: César Pelli

What It Says About His Dick: Just a glimpse at the IFC and you can tell Pelli has a small dick.

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Skyscraper: The Spiral – New York, USA (under construction)

Architect: Bjarke Ingels

What It Says About His Dick: Ingels has a perfect dick.

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