Courtney Love Follows Up Plane Search With One for Daniel Tosh's Penis

She also used the hashtag #toshpenisfound

March 19, 2014 5:55 PM ET
Courtney Love
Courtney Love
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A few days after Courtney Love posted her theory of where the missing Malaysian plane might be – with an image of the ocean adorned with arrows and poor penmanship – Spin notes that the former Hole frontwoman has solved another doozy of a case: the location of TV host Daniel Tosh's genitalia. The Tosh.0 host queried Love via Twitter on Tuesday, saying, "While you're at it, Courtney, can you help me find Bifröst Bridge? I wanna meet Thor."

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Love did him one better, though, and located something much more dear to Tosh. In the time it takes to watch three episodes of Tosh.0, she had a new diagram ready. Using a photo of Tosh wearing green swim trunks and a haggard look on his face, she drew arrows and used her signature squiggly sans-serif lettering to lead Tosh to his family jewels, as well as a few other gems.

"Bitch tits," she wrote, pointing at his pecs. "Massive callus," she notates on his hand. "Lube Spill," she demarcates on his trunks. And finally, "penis," which included a diametrically challenged circle around his crotch. She also signed her handiwork, like the Malaysian flight pic, "C-L." "W/ help of electron microsope [sic], I circled approx area of what you've been searching for, Daniel Tosh," she tweeted. She also included the hashtag, #toshpenisfound. Tosh did not tweet any follow-up questions.



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