Museums Are Hilariously Battling Over Who Has The Best Butt Exhibit – Design You Trust

Museums Are Hilariously Battling Over Who Has The Best Butt Exhibit


Museums get up to some very interesting and weird things on social media. Especially during Coronavirus lockdown. So the Yorkshire Museum launched a worldwide battle between curators to see which museum has the very best butt in its collection…

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