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Dick shaped buildings:

China's newest phallic building includes balls and shoots fireworks out the tip.



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This infamous gem:



https://www.bee-inc.com/2014/10/21/u...ings-in-china/

Barcelona's multicoloured phallus:



https://www.quora.com/What-are-some-...s-in-the-world

Moscow's Sparrow Hills towers:



https://www.quora.com/What-are-some-...s-in-the-world
Pardon the pun but when were they were erected? . In all seriousness one guy photoshopped these buildings including Peoples Daily.
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You guys are gonna love the Ypsilanti Water Tower.

Amazonaws.com: Ypsilanti Water Tower
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This church in Dixon Illinois.
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The legendary Newmarket Health Center.

Huffpost: Newmarket Health Center
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Yuck thats awful, personally I think Verizon is worse.

nyocommercialobserver: Verizon Building

The Brooklyn Bridge, right where you want your ugly concrete slabs.
The hell? Did they give up on a face lift halfway through?
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The hell? Did they give up on a face lift halfway through?
Yes the facelift is “finished”, makes it look even worse if you ask me.
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^That is hilariously bad. It was way better looking before.
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^That is hilariously bad. It was way better looking before.
I know right, before at least the design itself was inoffensive.
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Speaking of hilariously bad buildings in NYC how has the Westin near Times Sqaure not been posted on one of these threads yet?

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