For what other reason, would it be so frequently featured in public art installations in its various capital cities? While in Finland recently on a day trip from Tallinn, I came across yet another candidate for our ongoing weird and offbeat series, the Bad Bad Boy statue Helsinki. Ever classic is Brussels , with three different statues of two children and an animal peeing. The most famous, Manneken Pis , is a statue of a small boy peeing into a fountain. The Belgians, with their playful sense of humour, even dress him up on special occasions. You can even text a number to have the men spell out your name, much like a man trying to write his name with piss in fresh white snow.
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The Legendary Stories of Manneken Pis
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In , Louis XV of France even had to reprimand a group of his grenadiers who thought it was funny to steal the Manneken but unintentionally almost provoked a riot. The last kidnapping dates back to , upon which a replica was made and placed on the fountain. The tradition to dress up the toddler in costumes for special occasions dates back to at least the 18th century when a rotation of four outfits a year was customary. A hundred Manneken replicas show off pieces in the collection at the City Museum.
Peeing Boy Statue
Located on a steep cliff overlooking the Iya River, a statue of a boy urinating indicates what is known as the most dangerous location in the valley. The story goes that the statue was put in place to deter the youthful daredevils who would urinate off the cliff as a sign of bravery. Located on Shikoku Island, this secluded, mountainous valley is well known for its thatched roof farmhouses and ancient vine bridges.
There are many fables that surround his origins; some are believable, while others are downright bizarre. It was not uncommon to let children urinate on leather since the ammonia in urine helps to make the leather more supple. Of course, there is no way of knowing whether Manneken Pis was truly an homage to the tanners. Another popular story states how the boy saved the city of Brussels. The legend goes that Brussels was surrounded by enemies who pretended to retreat, but in reality were hiding gunpowder underneath.