(Starting out by saying right off that this is not an affiliate marketing ploy. So much so that I’m not even going to give you the link—go Google it!)
Was grubbing thru the pages of a British rag mag the other day and came across an ad for the tingletip®. It’s a vibrator attachment for your electric/battery powered toothbrush—hmmm. You can, if you’re so inclined, diddle yourself with most anything you choose to diddle yourself with—so why not your toothbrush? It’s been voted a Diva Reader Best Sex Toy, and it’s designed with women in mind so hey, fill your boots. Two things stick out. A selling point (one of their many) is that it’s discreet enough to travel. Cool, but I say that if you’re pawing through my lacy underthings and you come across something of this nature, when you look in my eyes there won’t be any doubt in your mind what I have in my mind about that big bouncy dildo you’re clutching so tightly. (Oh, you know you want to, but you can’t because it’s mine.) Second, is their very ballsy suggestion that if after buying it, it does not fit your current toothbrush you should … buy another toothbrush. I love it. You can get it online in Europe, and the US has one retailer … but I can’t get it in Canada. Why is that? Maybe they’ll send me one and I’ll let you know if this little thing produces big results…of the multiple kind.
UPDATE: tingletip® has just let me know that they’ve my best interests at heart and have posted me one of my very own … I’ll let you know what the … results are!