From the strange and unusual to the downright bizarre - welcome to Lovehoney's list of the top ten worst sex toys of the past decade!
Now we all know the phrase 'different strokes for different folks' and we have been known to encourage the more curious fetishes here at Lovehoney, but these sex toys really shouldn't have been made in the first place!
Check out our list of the top ten worst sex toys of the decade and make sure you avoid them like the plague (or Swine Flu, whichever is more current).
The Ki-Wi is a body-friendly vibrator with a difference - its entire build, design and function is for the purpose of pleasure! There's no unnecessary buttons or switches, no clunky base, no annoying hard-to-grip twist dial - just pure, simple sex toy.
As much as we love lingerie here at Lovehoney, we're not so keen on the air-brushed, silicone-enhanced, stick-thin, abnormally-proportioned women that model it.
Who wants to look at a series of nearly identical models wearing pinned and primped underwear that doesn't even come in their clothes size when you can see the real thing, modelled on real women?
Lovehoney is renowned for bringing you all the latest and greatest innovations in all things sex toys and lingerie and that is why we've launched our search for models of all shapes and sizes that are willing to show off their lingerie and sexy costume collection!
Simply take a photo of yourself in your favourite piece of lingerie or your sexiest costume from Lovehoney, find the product page then click the upload link under the model photographs.
The Ki-Wi is a unique sex toy with a light-up tip, ergonomic shape and powerful multi-function vibrations - and it's exclusive to Lovehoney. Although the design seems a little strange, it actually rests brilliantly along the curve of your body allowing the tingling and teasing tip to hit just the right spots.
Go into your local newsagents and you'll instantly be greeted by a bunch of lad's mags with pouting, semi-nude, silicone-tastic women on the front. But these magazines aren't restricted to the top shelf for being 'pornographic', they're at eye level - perfect for men, women and children to view completely unhindered. Nice.
So with the prevalence of magazines filled with naked women, why is Filament magazine, the quarterly aimed at women who want intelligent articles and beautiful photography of gorgeous men, struggling to find a printer that isn't afraid to show an erect penis?
No one seems to have a decent answer but one of the excuses so far is that images of nude men in a state of arousal may cause offence to 'women's groups'.