Lifehacker reviews The Womanizer - it will "give you one of the best orgasms of your life"


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Did you ever want to play questions?
#2

Is there something you want to tell us? Or do you want to fix your quoting?


#3

Does it have wifi? Remote control? Does it have the appropriate government backdoors into its operating system?


#4

Can we see the teardown, please? The suction mechanism could be useful for something.


#5

Where’s the Amazon affiliate link to buy one?
Asking for a friend, of course.


#6

Placing the byline at the bottom of posts does cause a bit of consternation with a review of this nature when things don’t line up as you expect.

Assume nothing.


#7

Suck and hum it’s my signature move.


#8

there is a link to the company site in the lifehacker article and $189… yow… then again I am sure it will get well used by your friend.


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#10

why do women get all the good sex toys? :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

i’m fairly certain there would be a male market for something that sucks you to the best orgasm of your life!


#11

It looks interesting. But the branding is awful. Womanizer? Ugh-feh. And the design/finishing is tacky. Still…


#12

Yeah I cringed at the name and I am so not the target demographic for that item.


#13

I think Japan has that market.


#14

Like getting something un-stuck from your ear.


#15

I think I got your solution right here


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I talked to my wonderful friends at Babeland. They also cringe at the name which doesn’t have the same context to the Germans, but they highly HIGHLY endorse the product.


#18

…call 606-4311, ask for “Ken.”


#19

Sounds like it’s already useful for something.


#20

A piece of bent wire does the same job. When in a tight spot, a through-hole resistor with long legs just off the tape will do the job too; bend last 3-4 mm to about 45-60 degree angle and voila, pretty good ear scritcher. Be careful, though.

Another option, safer, is a length of 0.5mm steel wire, bent in the middle to a narrow U and twisted together, then the end of the U bent again to form a spoon shape. The limitation here is that you need some at least semirigid wire which is not always on hand.