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August 15, 2008
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Sex Toy Storage Solutions

I have a lot of sex toys — especially now that I review them for a living. Though I’m somewhat liberal minded when it comes to hiding them from guests — well, I understand that not everyone is quite so free and easy with keeping the vibes out when company’s over.

Thankfully, Em and Lo over at Daily Bedpost have some excellent ideas about where to stow your stash (and some good information about the care and keeping of your toys, too!).

Just whatever you do, don’t buy one of those cutesy vibrator cozies. Please, for my sake.

[Photo by missgongandtheflickers]

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  • Wendy Blackheart says :

    My mother quilts, and made me an adorable little bag for my iPod. Then I realized I could use ‘em for my vibes. So I have all these funky quilted cozies for my vibrator, and for my Cascade Wand. If only she knew…I tell her I give ‘em to my friends for *their* iPods.

  • ela says :

    wow that pink one that looks like smushy earthworms is creepy!

  • a2a says :

    the pink worm is from german producer funfactory.de the have a lot of nice models
    my favorite is the dirkdiggler a little mole
    cheers
    a

  • DinkiLove says :

    Large Makeup bags are good sex toy storage options. They are spacious, come with different compartments, some are also available with lock and keys and are very decorative. They can sit in plain sight and no one will ask whats in there.

    If you have teenagers then please use the one with the lock. The last thing you want is your teenage daughter going in your makeup bag thinking she is going to borrow your favorite eyeliner and fine your favorite pleasure device.

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