How's this for a hatchet job? "These taste vile, really not nice, make you feel sick and put you off doing anything again. It also sticks to you in places and is very hard to get off without scraping, which can be very painful for the guy."
See the full Edible Undies review at Orgasm Army. Actually, don't, because that's all there is to it, though Ouchyouchouch does have several more reviews to read.
Buy the Edible Undies at Lovehoney - if can stand the taste.
It's better to learn from another's mistakes than from one's own, as a sage once opined. To this end we share the following enthusiastic yet cautionary review of a Pink Lady Fleshlight from Orgasm Army - the reviews community that lets you know everything you always wanted to know about sex toys but were afraid to ask.
You can't be too careful these days. At Lovehoney we're big fans of safe sex, promoting the use of condoms and dental dams, but this entry in our Design a Sex Toy competition takes things one step further. Your skin is the biggest organ in your body, so why not protect it just as you do your more sensitive parts? Alternatively simply wash the come off when someone spurts in your face - or, if you're feeling kinky, try an easy-to-clean bondage hood…
Anal sex used to be one of the last taboos for couples, but it's an increasingly common pastime for liberated couples. Whether you're dabbling for the first time or are an experienced anal player, you need to load up on the lube to ensure everything's kept nice and moist. The anus does not make its own lubrication, so a lube like Supersex Anal Lubricant is just the job.
Orgasm Army reviewer Imeldaimelda says: "I got this lube as part of the Tracey Cox Anal Kit and I think it's a really good lube for anal play. It's specially designed so it's thicker than other lubes such as Liquid Silk which I normally use. Being water-based means it's suitable for just about anything toy-wise which is really handy that you don't need to worry about that.
See the full Tracey Cox Supersex Anal Lubricant 100ml review at Orgasm Army.
Buy the Tracey Cox Supersex Anal Lubricant 100ml.
So many vibrators, it's tough to know where to start… Should I buy a G-spot vibrator, a finger vibe, a butterfly or a rabbit, we hear you cry. Smooth your furrowed brow and let our crack team of Orgasm Army reviewers get sticky under the sheets to make sure you make the right buy. As in the following review:
Retail is detail, and this also-ran entry in our Design a Sex Toy competition gets full marks for presentation ideas. Velvet coloured foam? Check. 'Buzz wipes'? Check. Fantasy booklet featuring male striptease photos with faces hidden unless shaving-ad handsome? These designers know what they like. Sadly this one didn't make it to our shortlist, and the nearest thing we do actually stock is probably the Tantus FeelDoe Slimline Vibrating Double Dildo, but you can still dream… see below:
Where can you turn when you haven't got a 10-inch cock handy to scratch that itch? Pity the frustrated punters who could only dream about the day when every home could have a Homeboy Realistic Dildo 10-inch in the cupboard, with its extra-powerful suction cup for perfect horizontal or vertical play. And thank your lucky stars that not only do we stock a crazily large range of realistic dildos (some of which are themselves crazily large), but also let you read about what they're going to do to you, as in the following review from Orgasm Army:
Spotted in The Sun - a jobcentre in Newton Flotam near Norwich is carrying ads for a 'trampling dominatrix'.
The Vortex Vibrations Vacuum Cleaner Sex Toy has been a smash hit with Sex Toys TV viewers thanks to The Professor's star-turn in the Vortex sex toy video. But how did this slightly left-field orgasmic invention come about? Here's a word from inventor Joanne Drysdale…
Do you ever gaze at the cacti on trips to the garden centre and ask yourself, 'I wonder what that would feel like in - '? We didn't think so. The Bingo vibrator is one thing, but cactus spines are something else altogether. It looks from this shortlisted design in our Design a Sex Toy competition like the designer took more inspiration from old Road Runner cartoons than peyote. Or maybe the inspiration came from using both together. It's a shame we're not going to make this one - it could have been the Wil E. Coyote of the vibrator world, ready to crush all those cutesy rabbit vibrators into submission.
As ever, we've kept the grammar and spelling true to the original submission…