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We've all been there.
Never even thought of doing that with my enormous prehensile penis
For the longest time I was confused as to why other men would need to buy a back scratcher.

Jet Bin Fever
So do female tapirs have 2 feet of vagina to match such an appendage?
Chivalry is alive and well with tapirs: a male quickly comes along to scratch her itch.

Shoebox Joe
From wikipedia:

'Female Tapirs are the only mammal with similar vaginal canals as ducks. Key differences are, scissor like mandibles, a passage to the esophagus and bile ducts, which are used to discourage offending and unwanted males.

Males have the limited ability to regrow lost sections of genitalia. Reports show that over age the regrowths become more frail and vulnerable to infection and breakage.'

I regrow lost erections every day.

Unless they mean that tapirs have a limited lifetime allowance of boners, which D:

Shoebox Joe just made that up. Am I gullible for looking it up to check?

Shoebox Joe
Potrod. No, no, not at all. Interesting fact though, Tapirs are so gullible that their picture is in the dictionary.

infinite zest
Limited lifetime allowance of boners :)

Binro the Heretic
Fucking weirdo horse-pigs.
infinite zest
Oh poop. Tapirs are cute! Plus the got the cox 4 days

Scratching an itch with your dick has got to be one of the best feelings ever...
Hmm, I was wondering if tapirs were related to elephants (who also have prehensile penises, plus the tapir has a prehensile snout like a shortened trunk), but they're apparently classified as "odd-toed ungulates" and are most closely related to horses and rhinoceroses.
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