"A Cautionary Tale" Best Sex Toy Reviews of September 2012
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Review of the Month
This month's winning review of the Tracey Cox Supersex Bullet Vibrator creates poetry in the face of adversity. Black Eyed Bunny's name seems very apt!
A Cautionary Tale
"Vibrators are fun and just the toy,
For a first time buy for a girl and boy.
Because while they hum and do their thing,
They make you giggle and your body go zing…"
Each month we also choose a selection of highly commended reviews and reward them each with a whopping 2,000 Lovehoney Oh! Points to spend as they wish, or perhaps save up to spend on a luxury sex toy.
Read on to find out who were the runners up.
"The range of sensations available seemed to be greater, ranging from small motions with pressure pads depressed, giving intense almost tickly sensations, to longer looser thrusts with no pressure pads used, which felt the mildest."
"For those not familiar with the Utensil Race range, these are different to the Fleshlight and TENGA products as they use silicone and go for a softer, natural feel. Instead of banging away you're best going slowly, massaging the shaft of your cock. This allows you to go for hours should you want and the feeling is incredible."
"He was more worried than I was to begin with and I definitely prefer him to use it on me than the other way round - but it works well for us that way! We use it quite gently, but each to their own and you are in charge… From a gentle tickle to something a bit firmer, it proves a very versatile little toy."
"I had never really experienced multiple orgasms and I felt comfortable learning about what my body can do. As a result (and I am not exaggerating), I had a total of NINETEEN orgasms in minutes."
"Why did he work for everyone else, and not for me? I so desperately wanted heavy, hot orgasms from him and to be proud to own him, but I’m afraid our love affair has ended. I kept him for his looks and disregarded his true personality in the hope that we could get along eventually, but more than three months later I have had to part with him, waving a handkerchief solemnly as the post office woman bundled him into a Royal Mail sack and drove away into the sunset."