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This Week In Unintentional Dong Submissions

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Another week, another slew of unintentional dong submissions to share. Like this one from call-to-arms tipster Dave D., which was captured at "the CTA Quincy stop: the Holy Grail of Dongrail. Chi-town (dongs) rise up."

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Mike's "friend posted this 'heart and cross' to his Facebook in an effort to impress a girl he's interested in. Latently, it probably worked out pretty well for him (assuming she's into blocky, red penises).

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Sarah L. steered us toward "Advanced Instructions for Dachshund Balloon Animals" to share a magic dong.

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Justin H. shares this "unintentional (probably intentional) dong tucked in apartment railing."

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Chuck A. says this photo was snapped at the Winston-Salem State University homecoming parade last week.

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What Sam G. provided was a shirt that looked as if it's been dong soaked. What Sam G. didn't provide whether it was with sweat, beer or other.

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Matt P. presented this "Unintentional Cactus Dong."

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A co-worker of tipster Daniel I.'s photographed this somewhere near Cherokee, NC.

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This sign was posted on the training room Corey K. was in for a MS Server class.

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And finally, Bill thinks he saw a touch of dong in this tribute to the late Steve Jobs. As many dong submissions are sent in via Apple products, it's a fitting tribute to end this week's roundup.

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