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The baby from Nirvana's Nevermind

Screengrab via John Chapple

Spencer Elden is all grown up.

Much has changed in the 25 years since Nirvana released its seminal masterpiece, Nevermind. Grunge died. Krist Novoselic got involved with politics. And Dave Grohl toured the world on a giant Foo Fighters throne

Spencer Elden, the baby featured on the iconic cover of the album, wants you to know he’s changed too—specifically, the size of his junk. 

That’s the main takeaway at least in this bizarre, minute-long interview by John Chapple, which focuses almost exclusively on Elden’s baby penis and the hundreds of millions of people who have seen it. You get the sense watching it that Elden is more than a little uncomfortable with the fact but also that he probably mentions it to everyone he meets. 

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