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Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar
Illustration: Freud Smoking a Cigar (Max Halberstadt)[1]
Juxtapoem:

"A phallic symbol (a. k. a. “lingam”) is any cylindrical object that, by any stretch of the imagination, may be construed as representing a penis, whether flaccid or erect. One of the most famous of such symbols was the cigar that Sigmund Freud, psychoanalinguist and popularizer of the “phallic stage" of male adolescent development, during which boys discover that they are different than girls and envy the opposite sex’s sleek, "unobtrusive" look, kept always at hand or mouth. Freud was seldom seen without his cigar, which he said, with a wink, was "just a cigar.”” —Uncyclopedia[2]

Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar

Illustration: Freud Smoking a Cigar (Max Halberstadt)[1]

Juxtapoem:

"A phallic symbol (a. k. a. “lingam”) is any cylindrical object that, by any stretch of the imagination, may be construed as representing a penis, whether flaccid or erect. One of the most famous of such symbols was the cigar that Sigmund Freud, psychoanalinguist and popularizer of the “phallic stage" of male adolescent development, during which boys discover that they are different than girls and envy the opposite sex’s sleek, "unobtrusive" look, kept always at hand or mouth. Freud was seldom seen without his cigar, which he said, with a wink, was "just a cigar.”” —Uncyclopedia[2]

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