"Come here," Trevor commanded, his anaconda pointing at her menacingly.
2006 — Christopher Darrick Odom, Visa Versa: Black Men Suffer in the Dating Game Too!, iUniverse (2006), ISBN 9780595403516, page xi:
I have chased after white women to find they only wanted to dance with my anaconda and weren't interested in me as a partner.
2009 — Kaia Danielle, "The Ache ('O Ache')", in Sensuality: Caramel Flava II (ed. Zane), Atria (2009), ISBN 9781416548843, page 40:
Zumbi never looked away as he deftly loosened his belt and lowered his pants. His anaconda, born and bred straight out of the Amazon, flopped out at a perfect ninety degree angle.
2009 — Guy Estinvil, In Love with a Straight Man: A Collection of Gay Short Stories, Xlibris (2009), ISBN 9781441521347, page 210:
When I raised my head up and took a good look at his anaconda, I was asking myself whether I would not end up in the emergency room after I was done with him but such a fear subsided as we continued with out delightful lovemaking.