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May 18, 2007

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I've never been one to become overly attached to inanimate objects. I did have an MP3 player stolen in March that I truly miss since the model is discontinued, but if I found another with the same features I could careless about losing the old one (besides the wasted money). Nevertheless, some folks do seem to imbue their possessions with personality, even sometimes giving them a name. That's how I imagine some of the babes on Toys Love feel about their favorite vibrator.

I've already heard women claim some attachment to their sex toys. They bring such joy to them. Besides, unlike a man, they’re always reliable and ready to perform. At least as long as you, have some fresh batteries on hand. They don't need their egos stroked and you'll never find yourself saying stuff such as, "It all right dear. It happens sometimes to everyone. We can always just cuddle for now and try again later."

I also have tendency to believe from what I've heard that even the most frigid of women who seldom has an orgasm during sex can manage it with one of these gadgets. No matter how skilled you might be with your fingers, or your tongue, it's mighty hard to replicate the intensity of a vibrating tool on a chick's clit. If you try to match that kind of speed, most women are going to tell you to stop, or at least slowdown since the manual version of the machine's trick just doesn't work.

I've already read with chagrin that buying sex toys is illegal in some states in the US. However, they ban them on some supposed moral grounds. Even all the concerns since 911, I haven't heard it once said that it could be a question of national security. Nevertheless, according Ananova (05/09/07) that's how one radio-controlled vibrator has been banned in Cyprus.

A spokesperson for its makers, a company called Ann Summers, confirmed the Love Bug 2, a small, egg-shaped device operated by remote control, has been on sale for use everywhere in Europe, except Cyprus. The island's military has been concerned that the frequency of its controller might interfere with the radio frequencies of their communication channels.

Lizzie Eddleston from the Ann Summers press office in the UK explains, "We have been told the electronic waves given off by the 'Love Bug' would affect military frequencies, but we have told locals that we have a lot of other devices that are not banned which will satisfy their needs. After all, it's better to make love, not war."

It's funny to think that any sex toy could bring down an army.

Posted by Will Peters at May 18, 2007 6:01 AM

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I see nothing wrong with the use of sex toys. I see no reason for anyone to feel guilty about the use of vibrators or any other kind of sex toy. I find it ridiculous for it to be against the law. I also find it surpising that a vibrator can mess with the military. lol!

Posted by: vibrators at May 23, 2007 5:42 AM

very good

Posted by: nani at May 25, 2007 10:23 AM

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