Ah, sex toys. Bringers of orgasms, relievers of stress, treasured companions who ease the pain of those lonely nights. For many of us, sex toys aren’t just appliances; they’re friends. Rubbery, (mostly) silent friends who care a whole lot about our sexual pleasure [Ed. Isn’t that the best kind of friend?].
So what’s a girl — or boy — to do when a mechanical best friend kicks the bucket? Sure, you could just shove it to the back of the drawer, or try to recycle or exchange it. But why not do the honorable thing, and send your dear departed friend off to the great big sex shop in the sky in style. Yeah, we’re talking sex toy funerals.
Sure, it may seem a bit extreme — and, as the Sex Toy Cemetery’s disclaimer reminds us, burying sex toys in the ground is actually a very, very bad idea. Nevertheless, we’re pretty fond of the idea of celebrating a sex toy as it passes on to the next life. We’d even start our own sex toy mausoleum if our tiny apartment allowed for it.
Hmm. Sex toy cremation, anyone?
[Thanks to Hannah for the tip!]