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Make Your Own Sex Toys: 50 Quick and Easy Do-It-Yourself Projects Paperback – 1 Feb 2007

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Product details

  • Paperback: 128 pages
  • Publisher: Crombie Jardine Publishing Limited (1 Feb. 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1905102941
  • ISBN-13: 978-1905102945
  • Product Dimensions: 16.5 x 1 x 22.2 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 596,631 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Synopsis

This title allows you to take pleasure into your own hands. To get your creative juices flowing, there are 50 quick and easy do-it-yourself projects. Ranging from the kinky to the cosy, these simple and budget-friendly toys can all be made from materials found at home, the hardware store, or the supermarket. Projects are organized into four main sections: For Him, For Her, For Couples, Storage and Organizers. Practical information, step-by-step instructions, and fully-illustrated, simple-to-follow diagrams ensure professional results even for the crafting novice.


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Although the book has a section on health and safety I need to stress the importance of checking that pins and staples are completely removed from your work before use - probably best avoided altogether. Also, in the rush to test out the various projects you may be tempted to put your creations into service before adhesives (don't use water soluable glues) have been allowed to dry properly. Don't risk it, particularly if you are one of those unfortunate people who have sideburns down the inside of your thighs. Also, one of the projects requires a rather large salami and you would be wise to check that it is up to the job as a visit to A & E to recover the missing broken section could prove embarrassing. If you are slightly hesitant or anxious about this particular project, why not try it out on a family pet beforehand? I really do think it's best to be on the safe side here. On a different note, I did wonder if some of the projects (eg crocheted gimp mask) might prove useful fund raisers for the local Womans' Institute or church fair. And finally a word of warning, despite the lovely hand penned illustrations, I don't think this book would make a terribly good mothers' day gift.
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There is a wide range of projects in this book, from the reasonably straightforward to those which call for a sizeable degree of skill. I rather struggled with the hydraulic probe, but what an intense burst of satisfaction I experienced on completion! This is a fine selection of designs certainly, but I shall only be giving it four stars. Doreen has grown quite attached to her 'Bastille Battering Ram' and I am being asked to refuel the petrol-driven engine at least once a week! However, personally I believe that natural ways are the best and I soon found myself returning to more traditional methods- a king-sized tub of lard and a rubber glove is more than enough for me!
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I bought this book ahead of a meeting at the old peoples home in the village. The oldies have been getting increasingly brassed off with beetle drives and casual racism, so we were keen to find them something to do. What fun they had! I have never seen them this excited since the Evening News inadvertently printed that pedophiles address in the paper. We did have a few hitches though, which future purchasers might benefit from.
Firstly, when selecting the marrow, make sure it is smaller than the inside of your microwave. Also, make the hole before warming it, as they explode otherwise.
Also, take extra care with the projects involving staples in their construction. We had a couple of nasty accidents with those, easily avoided if you just slow down a bit. The same goes for duct tape. Get that in your pubes and your in trouble.
Oh, please be sure to stick to cordless power tools only, due to the moisture involved. One old dear got fried whilst test driving the 'power rammer'. The nice lady from the ambulance sorted her out though, and we have now earthed her zimmer frame to be on the safe side. The vacuum cleaner project was a disaster. Not only was it extremely painful, but the smell when we now use the hoover is eye watering. All in all though, a splendid afternoon. Recommended.
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I've found an empty cigar tube filled with angry wasps to be a great ice-breaker when meeting ladies from the internet in hotels.
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By M. Bray VINE VOICE on 18 Aug. 2010
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I bought this as a birthday present as a friend and it had us in stitches. Very informative step by step instructions with drawings of examples. I haven't asked if shes tried any!
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A hit! Widely read amongst the Christmas party crowd once Santa had dished out his goodies. Practical examples given!!!!!
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A very helpful and informative book, I made my girlfriend a wooden dildo which she loved, only problem was, I didn't use enough sandpaper on finishing and she got some nasty splinters
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I bought this as a gift for my brother in law and it was very well received. Very amusing to lighten the day of a serious crafter. Not sure if he made any of the items. I was tempted to keep it for myself.
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