We're back for another round of unintentional dongs. let's not waste any time and get right into the dongy good times. Reader Nathan gets us going with his son's version of a lawnmower. Is this perhaps some subconscious allusion to his mother's indiscretions with the landscaper? We just don't know. As always, please send in any would-be penises to the tips department.

"We're here with Steve DeMasco to get his thoughts on the beauty of nature. Hi Steve, Bob Cartwright, WCBS News. Wonderful sights here, no?"
"I'll tell you Bob, this is a giant penis."
"Well, there you have it. Short and sweet. Back to you Jack."
h/t Aaron.

Reader Ahmed sends in these dong-ish Tequila bottles. Also tough to swallow.

Brandon sends in what has to be exhibit A in the Mike & Ike divorce proceedings.

Craig sends in some fried cheese from Dairy Queen. Ridickulous!

These engineers are a cheeky bunch. Fluid flow parameters on page 16-9. Without friction, my eye. Thanks to E. Drysdale for the pic.

Geoff's kids were playing this glowstick. Now the glowstick dicks are actually playing with dicks? What is this world coming to?

James passes along this inflatable dong (and possible vagina?). Not quite as subtle as the woman writhing on the Rolling Stones tongue logo, but hey, you gotta start somewhere.

St. Louis is super motivated to prevent sewer costs from skydonging 126%. A vote yes is a vote for not getting dicked on your sewer bill.

The satisfaction of having written the best Cormac McCarthy description of this Texas cloud-dong goes to the person who writes the best Cormac McCarthy description of this Texas cloud-dong. You can all thank Josh for providing the opportunity.

3 is a magic (and hot!) number. Thank you, Kmead.

Too hot? Cool off with this dong shaped sprinkler courtesy of reader Michael.

"Please him with dancing." OK! Thanks, Mike.

At this point, I'm beginning to think chicken nugget makers just have a dong-shaped cookie cutter or something and are just trolling us now. I'd like to thank Nicholas for making me think far too long about the chicken nugget industry and its role in perpetuating unintentional dongs.

Finally, reader Tim provides this cake and message:

"I'd eat that penis."

Alright, sir.