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ぴろーん is an onomatopoeia to describe a long thin rolled object extends and runs like a tonge of a chameleon. It's nothing to do with adult slang terms.
「おやすも」 is used only by some residents of the region named インターネット. It is not used in Tokyo or Nagoya, I promise.
It is an onomatopoeia, not the name for an object unless the author/speaker uses it as such for his own aesthetic purposes but this would be fairly rare. It describes the way a long object dangles, stretches, lies down, etc. in a lazy manner. The long object coud actually be anything from linguini to a cat stretching its body, from hair to stretching ...
maybe its a "loooooong" penis?
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