“Hillbilly toothpick” is the term used for the bones of the penis that have been removed and used for toothpicks or decoration (mainly in baseball and cowboy hats). These are usually the penis bones of raccoons. They are not used much for toothpicks anymore, but this way of using the penis bone can still be seen adorning people’s hats.

Sounds crazy? Well, I guess that depends on your point of view. What exactly are the bones of the penis? That’s a better question: the bones of the penis are the bones found in most mammals to help them create an erection. There is also a female version, which is called the clitoral bone. In fact, all primates except humans have a penis bone.

Good to know, as it means that foreplay and “oral” sex play a bigger role in human sexuality than in all other primates and most other mammals. Since a bone is used neither for the male nor for the female of the human species (to obtain an erection of the penis or clitoris), that means that we depend on the most intimate foreplay and even oral sex to stimulate our couples to be sexually fulfilled. It is an aspect that distinguishes human beings from our simian brothers and sisters.

Nature’s penis bones come in all shapes and sizes. Some are only an inch long, while others can be up to two feet long. Some are “S” shaped while others are “L” shaped.

While the bones of the penis are still used today for clothing decoration, their use as “toothpicks”, at least in Westernized countries, has largely stopped. However, they are still used today as toothpicks in other parts of the world. These bones are generally very strong and can be sharpened to make durable, strong and sturdy toothpicks.

In earlier times, around the world, there is evidence that these “toothpicks” were commonly used. Evidence from Europe to Asia and the Americas attests to this fact.

The bones of the penis also have (and had) more important uses throughout human history. Again, some cultures still use them to this day for various tools and implements. An ancient and common use was to use bones as sewing needles. As they are very strong and sturdy, with a slight degree of flexibility, they can be sharpened to make excellent sewing needles. What is even more surprising is that some penile bones automatically come with a needle “eye”. The bones of the penis with such “eyes” are used for the anchoring of muscles, ligaments or tendons in the penis.

Similarly, needles have been (and are) used to “knit” and are also useful additions for various shapes and types of knitting. They have also been used in various forms of machinery and mechanical devices over the years, undoubtedly due to their strength. Think about it, instead of having to dig up some iron ore and melt it down and then turn it into a metal object, those bones could be used instead. After all, they are plentiful, heavy duty, and fairly easy to mold into useful tools / objects.

Another popular (and still not uncommon) use of such bones was / is to use them as fishing hooks. S-shaped bones work best for fishing hooks. They can be sharpened and enhanced by creating “spikes” by cutting shallow (inverted) angular cuts in the bone and then lifting these areas to protrude. Larger penis bones are used to catch larger fish.

The bones of the penis have also been commonly (and still are) used for hunting instruments (such as spearheads and daggers) and weapons. They can also be used to make sharp and deadly blades.

Body modification has and continues to be a popular use of these bones. They are used as decorations on the ears, hair, nose, and lips, and are still popular in some parts of the world. One of the favorites among some people is to use them as methods of “piercing” the penis or modifying the penis. The bones are worked through the penis to make it more “attractive” and interesting from a cosmetic point of view. It is believed that such bones can amplify a man’s sexuality and make him a stronger and more animal lover. The rarer and more desirable bones are especially sought after in these cases and can transform the average man into the “prey” of the tribe.

With people concerned about the state of the world; With visions of war, anarchy, riots and riots looming on our doorstep, it would be wise to consider the usefulness of those bones. Clearly, over the centuries, they have helped feed, clothe, and protect humanity. Its value as a means of self-reliance and survival should not be discounted, ignored or forgotten.