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If you've been in the chat room (which you should because we're awesome) at all this week you have probably either heard this story or heard a reference to this story. I'm posting it here after receiving numerous requests to do so.


Last week was a friend's bachelorette outing. Naturally we ended up at a sex shop. This is a really nice place with wonderful staff and quite the range of toys. We spend some time perusing the usual "bachelorette" items- sparkly vibrators, skanky lingerie, penis ring toss. Fairly tame stuff. Friend indicates that she really wants to buy a dildo. No big deal, we're all adults here and sometimes a girl has needs. After looking through several racks of products she still hasn't quite found something that fits her desired....dimensions. 

Roughly an hour later we walk out of the store and she is the proud owner of a 10 inch long 2-3ish inch thick dildo. She originally chose one that was approximately the size of a small newborn before the kind shop owner explained that it might not be quite what she wants... We go about the rest of our evening and I head home after dinner.

As soon as I walk through the door I receive a text message simply stating "well I might have to go to the ER. Not enough lube." My friend was so excited about her new toy that she forgot to take the proper precautions. Good news is that she's fine, just some minor bruising and a hit to her pride.

Moral of the story? Don't go long and wide at the same time.



For those of you who have missed it, here is the link to the full twitter story that is currently going viral- http://imgur.com/a/WDwyW

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she still hasn't quite found something that fits her desired....dimensions. 


Also, you forgot the part about having to promise to burn the house down so the dildo that was still stuck to the table wasn't found!

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The best part of the story is that you didn't have to burn her house down to remove evidence.  And the take away is LUBE FOR LIFE, people.

GREAT post.  Now you are hooked and must post more MWAH MWAH MWAH.

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This was a much needed cautionary tale and we've all learned something from the PSA.  And at some point I hope to stop laughing because this was too funny.  :)

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Thanks for the laugh! I needed it.

For time zone problems I never find people in the chat, so keep posting that I want to know what I am missing. Lol..

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