If Ann Summers had been around during the Ice Age, this is definitely the kind of penis-shaped paraphernalia they'd be selling.
Ladies and gentleman, we give you one of the oldest (and most durable) sex toys in existence...
It's eight inches long, three centimetres wide and is as hard as, well, a rock.
While the stone phallus was found nearly a decade ago, its photograph is doing the rounds on social media again - after all, what's ten years to a 28,000-year-old dildo, eh?
It was discovered buried in a cave in the Swabian Jura, a German mountain range, back in 2005 and has been tickling the imagination of historians, archaeologists and nosey parkers (like you and me) ever since.
According to Professor Nicholas Conard of the University of Tübingen, the multi-purpose penis would've been used as a symbolic representation of male genitalia as well as for "knapping flints".
While it might sound like a sexual innuendo, knapping flints actually involves banging two rocks together to shape stone in order to manufacture tools. Not so sexy, huh?
As you can imagine, the stone phallus had gone through a fair bit of wear and tear in its time meaning it had to be reconstructed from 14 smaller fragments. Fear not though, it's back to its former glory and is fully intact.
One final thing: due to it being life size, scientists say there's a definite possibility that it could've been used as a sex aid by its makers.
We'll leave you with that wonderful thought...