The Wall Street Journal (not a regular read for me, admittedly) brings news that Welch's grape juice is going to be advertised with a lickable advert.
Needless to say, this got us to thinking which Lovehoney products we'd like to see advertised with a peel-and-lick off-the-page promo.
The prettiest dildo in town!
The Sun has discovered that sex toys are the most common item left for landlords to chuck out when tenants leave rented properties. This causes us great distress.
If you're leaving rented accommodation, no sex toy should get left behind - send them to us instead and get a new one half price sent to your new address.
Check out our Rabbit Amnesty sex toy recycling scheme to find out how.
Some girls are finicky about going down on their man if they're not sure he's 100 per cent clean. We say, give him head in the shower!
I can barely open any of my email boxes without getting someone sending me a link to Savage Love's newest column on sex toy recycling and etiquette. Why people thought I would be especially interested was because the question writer asked this, in part:
1) What is good sex-toy etiquette? Can you use sex toys in one relationship and then in the next one? Also, when I've been with women, it was NOT okay to reuse sex toys. They died with the relationship. Is it different with heteros?
2) Can you recycle sex toys with your recycling like you would other plastic products?
This 'closer than most' position will keep you riveted to your seats
It's not every day that you spit out your cornflakes because the Body & Soul section of the venerable Times is answering a question about artificial vaginas and Fleshlights. But it happened today.
A reader writes in to ask if her husband is losing interest in her because he's acquired an artifical vagina. Dr Thomas Stuttaford and Suzi Godson give their usual replies based on medical thinking (him) and sociological reasoning (her).
While it's a wonderful watershed moment to see the Fleshlight discussed so openly in the pages of a national newspaper, it's a bit weird that neither correspondent chooses to celebrate the husband's decision to buy a Fleshlight as simply a way to have a better wank - which, after all, is the point of a Fleshlight.
You may think the hardest part is finding someone to have a threesome with you and your lover, but you'll be surprised how complicated a threesome can actually be
It's like a dream come true - I come on to the site to take a look around for a little late self-Valentine's gifty and what do I see but a little icon telling me that my purchase will give me "ipoints". I tried not to get too excited until I took a closer look, but it's true - you can now earn points for all your Lovehoney purchases that will let you trade them in for various freebies.
If you've never stumbled across them before, ipoints is a big partnership between quite a few online vendors - you can earn points on any of the associated sites and use them on a wide selection of rewards. For example, spending 250 points will get you a 2 for 1 voucher at Twice the Spice or 2,576 points will get you a 12 month subscription to Glamour magazine. Lovehoney is offering 10 points for every £1 you spend on the site, so you can see it wouldn't take you long to rack up some great freebies - I've got my eye on the candy floss maker. At only 5,760 points needed, that shouldn't be too hard to do with the SinFive line calling my name…