Ew, dude. Wtf is going on in Denmark?

 

A new children's television series debuted last week, and the world isn't quite sure what to make of it.

John Dillermand is a Danish cartoon that follows a middle-aged man wearing a red and white striped bathing suit that lives with his mother and does some pretty impressive things with his, well...his wang.

Yes, you heard me. The main character, John, has a skill unlike anything I've ever seen, especially on a child's cartoon. His penis can stretch insanely long and he uses it to do anything we would normally use our hands for. From taming a lion to lighting a match to brushing his teeth, the main character does it all with the help of his miraculous pecker.

His manhood is so special, he can even stop a car with it.

John's wee-wee also acts independently and gets him into trouble sometimes. For example, in Season 1, Episode 2, John's winky stretches all the way to a child on the playground and steals an ice cream cone right out of his hand. Uhh...gross.

It's a bit odd, don't you think? The show is made for children between the ages of 4 and 8 and is entirely about a grown man's penis and all of the things he does with it. The creators of the show claim they don't believe they're causing any harm, saying they have a desire to create, "children’s content that dares to tackle embarrassing, difficult, quirky and funny topics."

Something about the creepy mustache, the bathing suit, and him touching kids with his johnson sure doesn't sit well with me. I mean, what if some pedophile uses the cartoon as an excuse to entice a child into taking a gander at their one-eyed snake?

Check this crazy show out for yourself here. You can stream full episodes. They are hilarious, but I do not think they are for kids. What do you think? Tell us below in a comment or on our Facebook page.

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