Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Jam up and Jelly Tight

 The last time the UPS guy showed up on my doorstep with my new  toy for  a review - my eldest walked in almost immediately.  This time the UPS guy showed up with my newest toy for review  - eldest had just left.  Leaves me wondering what will happen the next time !!


Anyway....... back to the intended blog entry.......... 


I opened the box on the kitchen counter.  Once I had removed the extra stuffing....... there lay this bright orange vibrator.  I couldn't believe how bright orange it was !!!  And almost immediately the song "Jam up and Jelly Tight" popped into my head........ 

So there I was singing "Jam up and jelly tight........ my, my, my, my baby, now you're outta sight..... jam up and jelly tight you look a little naughty but you're so polite.... jam up and jelly tight........ You won't say you will but there's a chance you might" while I finished unwrapping and opening the packaging.




Honestly the only thing I kept thinking was how bright an orange it was!!  And then it was opened.... and I was wrinkling up my nose - wondering what the smell was??!!  It wasn't entirely a bad smell - sort of citrus-y but still it had a smell.......... not something I particularly want from my sex toys.

On closer inspection - besides the bent head (it is a G-spot vibrator after all) I noticed four lil knobby things on the head.  That got my imagination working overtime trust me!! 














I could hardly wait to get the 2AA batteries (not included - which is why I always have a bulk of them stored away) Now I wouldn't say I am technically challenged - not when it comes to inserting batteries........ but most equipment requiring batteries do have some sort of diagram showing the correct way to insert the damn batteries.  I tried this end up that end up .. both ends down.. both ends up...... and couldn't get the vibrator to work.  After a few frustrating minutes - I noticed on the box it did say to make sure the top was tightened TIGHT.  Once I had done that ........ everything was vibrating along very nicely.

I thought that the button to control the speed was sorta neat looking - never had one like that before.......... usually the screw on bit is what controls the speed - but this was (in my silly addled brain ) rather futuristic looking.............






However when I came to try it out (last night, after a nice hot steamy bubbly bath) I discovered I didn't much like this particular speed control button.  It seemed awkward to turn....... twice instead of turning it UP I landed up turning it off........ and it did seem difficult to control the speed....... from slow to fast in 60 seconds....... maybe if you have a still hand?? But I was anxious .......... (to put it mildly - and politely) so I had some difficulty hitting medium........ 


Despite the not so great features of this vibrator - I absolutely loved the feel of it.... loved the fast speed... loved how it hit the G-spot right on........ which was pretty intense.  Truthfully I didn't even notice if it was noisy or not........... it had me purring in 30 seconds flat. (and humming Jam up and Jelly Tight cause that vibrator did fit nice and tight)


I can't say I noticed the 4 knobby things once it was in.......... but I have to think the extreme pleasure it gave me included the knobby things.  I am quite proud to say that this G-spot vibrator left me weak and totally satisfied... 


AND 


I slept in a huge puddle last night 




If you wish to check out this vibrator or other  sex toys  just click the link and you will be magically transported to their website.



3 comments:

drakor66 said...

any more sore muscles?

Asvid said...

I have the same one! I used to have a little business doing toy parties and is the only thing left from the entire stock :)
cool gadget!!!

Serene said...

Very orange indeed, looks fun though.

The smell does go away... as long as you don't store it in its original package. I have one I got in December that still has that smell to it because its the only jelly toy I have so I keep it in the package. Downfalls to every solution it seems :)