Just looking at GJack 2 makes me salivate. It reminds me of whipped ice cream. I used to love licking the cold cream on a hot summer’s day and noticing
I'll never forget the first time I set foot in a sex shop. I was a university student and I was looking for a special something to spice up my sex life with my then boyfriend. There was a sex shop very close to campus that everyone knew about, but hardly anyone had actually been to. I often walked past it on my way to the city centre. The pointless and provocative lingerie on the mannequins in the window display would always catch my attention. I wondered what more there might be behind closed doors. There was absolutely no indication from the street. One day, my curiosity got the better of me and I convinced my best friend to go there with me. We were giggly and nervous as we approached the big metallic door. Once we pushed it open, we discovered a whole new world.
Teatime with porcelain dildos instead of scones In the UK if you have a problem, a cup of tea will almost certainly be part of the solution. In fact, when presented with a problem, the first response is most likely to be: ‘let me put the kettle on’. Tea and sympathy makes everything seem better again. And now - with these special teatime porcelain dildos - I think I’m going to enjoy this ritual more than ever.
They say that it's the thought that counts. This is especially true when it comes to erotic gifts. The thought process behind choosing the ideal erotic gift is often more elaborate and stimulating than for conventional presents. Erotic shopping doesn't just spark imagination and desire. It also promotes greater complicity and intimacy as the purchase can often be enjoyed by the two of you. You can't say the same about a piece of jewellery or a bunch of flowers.