What would we do without you guys? If it wasn't for the all the unintentional dong submissions, we interns would just be frantically Googling "phallic" and "penis vegetable," desperate for anything that looked even remotely like a dong. But you guys always come through. This time around, we begin with a row of dongs shining impishly through a railing. Could this be anything other than the work of a master craftsmen, well aware of the way the light would show through the gaps he left in the stone? No. Thanks for that one, Travis, and as always, please send any not-on-purpose penises to the tips department.
A Bloody Mary dong from Andy, who wonders, "The best what or where?" It's pretty obvious how they did the voting, isn't it? The picture just cuts off the part that says "—dong artisan." That restaurant has the best Bloody Mary dong artisan. It's a prestigious award.
From Tyler, who sadly failed to capture the slide ejecting a series of kids in white t-shirts.
Reader Cameron writes, "Looks like some kind of ancient classical ruin, except more modern and, uh, dong-like." Let's not undersell the ancients on their ability to produce dong-like ruins.
From Jonathan, who reminds us of the old standby unintentional dong: stereotypical chef hats.
From Dan, who calls this a "dong spotted on the guy in front" of him at a San Diego Padres game. Surreptitiously taking pictures of a guy two inches away from you because the back of his necklace looks like a dick? That's great hustle!
On the flipside, here's Greg: "Check it out, yardstick dong. Complete with dickhole. Sorry, no balls." Greg, we accept your apology. This time.
Carrots: they still look like penises sometimes. Thanks, Angela.