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Daily Show: Qatar World Cup Stadium Looks Unmistakably Like Female Anatomy

In a segment aptly titled "Unnecessary Muffness," Jon Stewart delves into the proposed design of one of Qatar's 2022 World Cup stadium's, which is purportedly boat-shaped but is actually impossible to look at without seeing, in Stewart's words, "a giant steel vagina".

After spending a couple minutes unsubtly discussing the design, Stewart brings in senior sports correspondent Al Madrigal and the two engage in an extended metaphor about trying, and failing repeatedly, to find the mythological press box.

"After a while, my neck started to hurt," Madrigal laments. "I was really looking for that thing."

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[H/T Uproxx]

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