• tracey cox supersex sensation stroker

    mr_man [sign in to see picture]
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    it's so tempting to try it, it just really don't smell right.

    i remember reading somewhere that someone became sick after using a fleshlight, i think it was on their forums.

    i'm probably worrying over nothing, just don't want to risk it.

    brockleyfox [sign in to see picture]
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    I can completely understand. I had some trepidation when i first got mine because of the smell. But trust me. Wait until your in a horny mood, get yourself comfy, maybe watch some porn, and you wont be able to resist! :)

    It if you do try it (and you really really should) then do let us know.

    sharry [sign in to see picture]
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    My hubby has one and hasn't had any problems with it. He has very sensitive skin including eczema so if he's okay (unless you're VERY unlucky) you should be too. Perhaps try rubbing it on another less personal area in conjunction with the lube you'd be using for 5 mins or so, such as in the crook of your arm. The skin here is fairly sensitive and thin so if that doesn't have a reaction you'll probably be okay elsewhere. The smell does fade as well.

    PS. a lot of toys have strange smells when you first get them they do fade with washing and use but if you want to use toys it's something that you might have to get used to.

    You could also try lighting scented candles to both put you in the mood and mask some of the smell.

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