You may have noticed by now, that the Fella is fond of anal play. Be it my butt or his, he’s always game for a spot of the bot. But, he’s not over keen on anything too long or too girthy and I don’t think he ever will be. I’m constantly on the lookout for toys that let me stick it to the man without making his eyes water, and a recent one to join the ranks of stuff he’ll have in him, is the FT London Gpop.
Arriving in FT London’s patriotic, tubular packaging, the Gpop is the second smallest vibrating butt toy we have, after the We-Vibe Ditto. From the tip of the p-spotting bulb to the base of the solid ring handle, it measures up at 5-inches. Its maximum girth is a very petite 3.5-inches. See, a super small anal insertable, suitable for the most inexperienced of butts! Continue reading “FT London Gpop P-Spot & G-Spot Massager”
Since my introduction to the world of FT London toys at the start of this year, I’ve grown increasingly fond of the brand. Lovely materials in lovely colours are the name of the day, and the vibes on offer are none too shabby. The most recent addition to my collection of super funky things is the GVibe Mini. Let me tell you all about it.
Presented in FT London’s familiar, tubular packaging, the GVibe Mini is a wee gem of a vibrator. It’s a compact version of the awesome GVibe 2, with its double pronged design and unisex, dual stimulation potential. Continue reading “GVibe Mini by FT London”
You may or may not have realised this, but I’m becoming a big fan of Fun Toys London. They make good quality toys in gorgeous colours, and the vibes of the products I’ve tried so far have been ace. I really love my GJack, so much so it hasn’t seen the inside of the toy cupboard yet.
My most recent additions to our Fun Toys toy box are the GPlug L and the GRing. They were sent together to be used together, so I’m keeping them together in a joint review. But first, I’ll give you the basics of each piece: Continue reading “GPlug L & GRing by Fun Toys London”
If I’m making a sex toy purchase I devour every review I can find before clicking ‘buy now’. I search for clues in a reviewer’s history to see if I can match their preferences to mine. Work out if they like and dislike the same things as me so I know if a toy has a chance of being right for me. But avoiding reading reviews of things I’d like to review is something I adopted early on in my reviewing days. I’ve always wanted to approach each new product with no preconceptions, no chance of my opinions being influenced by the experiences of others.
Despite my efforts at keeping my mind clear of other people’s thoughts, being exposed to generalised opinions is something that can’t be avoided. When I came across the Gvibe 2 by Fun Toys London, some of the comments I read were less than positive. Oddly, most of those folks hadn’t even tried the thing, their negative views were formed by looking at pictures of the toy online.
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