Need help identifying this penis part?

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  1. doodoohead

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    You know the part of the penis on the underbelly of the penis that looks like a rod that sometimes protudes all along the way from the head to the scrotum? What is that called? Thanks.
     
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    That chamber is called the corpus spongiosum. The side chambers are the corpus cavernosum.
     
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    You'll notice it doesn't get as hard as the two side chambers (the corpora cavernosa), hence the name, which means "spongy body". The line down the middle that looks like a scar is where the tube closed up before birth, and it's called the raphe (pronounced raffy).
     
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    Raffy? Isn't he some new-age musician? I wonder if he's hung. Said he got a lot of 'tang on Stern the other day.
     
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