Sex toy company claims to have erected the world’s largest dildo

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This article contains sexually explicit material. What’s 12 feet tall, 4 feet wide, and 6 feet in diameter? Yep, you guessed it! The world’s largest dildo. California-based sex toy company Pipedream has erected what they claim to be the biggest dildo on the globe. Made of dense industrial foam and weighing a hefty 300 pounds, it […]

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This article contains sexually explicit material.

What’s 12 feet tall, 4 feet wide, and 6 feet in diameter? Yep, you guessed it! The world’s largest dildo.

California-based sex toy company Pipedream has erected what they claim to be the biggest dildo on the globe. Made of dense industrial foam and weighing a hefty 300 pounds, it apparently took three long weeks to build. The shaft, head, veins, and every wrinkle were all created by hand. 

Pipedream CEO Nick Orlandino said in a press release, “Doing things like this is my favorite part of what I do… I love to create crazy and wild products that make people think, laugh and especially smile.”

Some might giggle at the sight of the monument, but if you think about it too hard, it might just make you cringe and clench your orifices. 

Ready to see it? Are you sure? Well, you can probably already see the tip of it at this point, so we’ll just whip it right out: 

Image courtesy of Pipeline

This is obviously a marketing stunt to get some attention for Pipeline, but hey, I guess they deserve it. Check out all that detail—especially in the scrotum. It’s a bit unrealistic, though (not even considering the size), since there’s no hair whatsoever on those balls.

And thank god, at least, that this thing is so big that nobody will attempt to actually put it inside of themselves. That wouldn’t have a happy ending. 

Gabe Bergado

Gabe Bergado

Gabe Bergado is a Daily Dot alumnus who covered dank memes, teens, and the weirdest corners of the Internet. One time, Ted Cruz supporters turned him into a meme—or at least tried to. In 2017, he started reporting for Teen Vogue's entertainment section.