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Hair Of The Dong: The Week In Unintentional Dong Submissions

I know you were worried, but rest assured, here is your weekly dong fix. We get things started this week with a submission from none other than Dong Curator Emeritus, Brian Hickey. In his own words: "This is actually a hair on my bathroom wall. The fuck did that happen?" Please remember to support our dong endeavors and send in any would-be penises to the tips department.

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This submission comes from Adam, by way of ebay. Someone is auctioning off a pair of gorgeous turn of the century donglights.

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Here's a door to an office in Bill G.'s workplace. Maybe they just do away with name plates and go for character trait representations.

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Thank's to Dustin we have this giant dick at the University of Texas.

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Reader Jeff sends along this bunker at the PGA Golf Club at Port St. Lucie.

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John Hancock is buried under a giant dong in Boston. Sounds about right. Thanks John S.

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Reader Josh found this giant dong at his father-in-laws. Also, sounds about right.

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A different Josh sent in this logo from a local cafe. Bone appetit.

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Katie brings us this new interpretation of the carrot-dong and a frisky feeling rabbit. Happy belated Easter.

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Reader Matt informs me this is some sort of tool for strapping things to other things or something and not a means of pleasuring the world's tiniest vagina.

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Here we have the Philly Phanatic riding along with his giant hot dog dong shooting things at people. Pretty typical day for him, I'm guessing. Thanks be to Michael.

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Some more golf dong, this time provided by the double-dong named "Pete Richards."

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Thanks to Saeed, we now know where the rubbers meet the road.

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Sean B. sends in the confusing Box Dong. At this point, if things don't work out here for me, at least I have Big Johnson t-shirt writing to fall back on.

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Finally, Tony provides the unembellishable Dong Quai root.

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