Friday, January 10, 2014

Want a thrill?

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single woman in possession of all her faculties must be in need of sex.
(With apologies to Jane Austin.)
But not all single women want a man. Or have one.
It doesn’t mean they don’t need a bit of a thrill in the bedroom.
It’s true, that single women, like men, have wants, needs and desires.
What girl doesn’t fantasise about a tall, handsome man striding into the house and taking charge of the dirty dishes in the kitchen? Recklessly taking hold of the vacuum cleaner or mop, and not stopping until everything is clean again?  Manfully, taking out the garbage…
Where was I?
Oh yes. Sex. Sometimes, single women just want a little pleasure in their lives. And I’m not just talking about a clean kitchen!
And because they are single - or taken but wanting - some girls need a little help in the orgasm department. 
They might have a self-imposed ban on dating. They might live in an area where the pickings are slim. They might have hooked up with someone who promised all the orgasms in the world, but left them feeling deflated. They may have been hurt and mislead too many times to count, and decided it’s just not worth going there. They might not have time for a relationship. They may be new to the singles world, and know it’s important to take their time re-entering the world of dating. They might be in a relationship and still need a little play time on the side.
So basically, there are itches to scratch … and there are appliances to help. 
Unlike many sex toys, which are aimed at couples, the We-Vibe Thrill is aimed at women on their own.
It’s designed for playful solo sessions, and can be held and manipulated in one hand for easier use.
Made out of supple, hypo-allergenic, non-toxic silicone, it’s guilt-free as well. Phthalate and latex-free, so you’re not putting anything nasty into your body, and did I mention, it’s non-porous? The silicone is medical-grade, and the device is flexible as well. Clearly a bonus.
It’s not just splash-proof, it’s waterproof, so it can be used in the bath or shower. Perfect for those long, relaxing bubbly baths. 
After use, you simply wash it with soap and water. 
So, part of the Thrill is designed to go inside vaginally, giving a feeling of fullness much like the real thing. There's a bump that is meant to stimulate the G-spot. (This is called a G-Spot prong stimulator. Oh my.)
The rest actually rests outside on the clitoris and stimulates it at the same time.
There's a bit at the end where you can switch it on and off with the push of your thumb.
This activates one of eight settings – four vibrational, and four random patterns. Something for everyone, or to just spice things up! And the Thrill remembers the last setting it was on and helpfully restarts on that setting, assuming it's your favourite. 
The Thrill charges via your computer or phone if you please, so you'll be needing to remember that when your parents drop by (cough). This give you up to two-hours playtime, but I don’t think you’ll be needing anywhere near as long as that...
I think that the first thing that came to mind after trying out my Thrill was that perhaps I don’t need a man in my life … though I’m still willing to be proved wrong!
If you’d like to get your own Thrill, the lovely people at We-Vibe have one to give away to one of my wonderful followers.
To enter, just check that you are a liker of my Facebook page, then leave a comment below.
What’s the last big thrill you had and why? (And yes, it doesn't have to be a rude one. In fact I'd prefer it that way. Keep it nice people …)
Entries drawn Sunday January 19 at 5 pm, AEST. Good luck.

The competition has ended and the winner was Anne M. (Domesblissety). Congratulations! Contact me so we can send out your prize. 
  
 Image supplied by We-Vibe. 

11 comments:

Vicki Oliver said...

Hmmmmm. One of my favouritestest memories was a very passionate and erotic few minutes on the kitchen table.....oh wait...the spa was pretty breathtaking.....mmmmm but then did I mention over the back of the loungechair :-D all were mighty nice....but then the batteries went flat ;-) lol....




Char said...

This is so topical ATM. I was just reading an article the other day about how a doctor in the US is prescribing vibrators for her patients with cancer. It's to do with stimulating blood flow in that area.
http://bit.ly/1fhJAgP

Bronnie Marquardt said...

This is true. Orgasms are actually good for your health.

melanie w said...

My biggest thrill was going on a plane for the first time a few years ago such an amazing experience i can't wait to do it again and again and again!
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The Global Goddess said...

I've got chills, they're multiplying…Or should that be thrills? Is it a bird, is it a plane, is it a hand blender for the kitchen? Unlike other competitions, I'd like to tell you what I'd do with my winning, but then I'd have to kill you. Suffice to say, it's the one appliance in my home that will be put to good use. Sending good vibrations to all my fellow contestants. My the (G) force be with you!

Nicola James said...

Standing in Scott's hut in Antarctica and looking at real history and realising that I had done it. The whole 4 weeks in Antarctica was extraordinary, and impossible to describe accurately. I could definitely do with some homegrown thrills now!

Judith Maunders said...

My last big thrill was riding the ferris wheel with my little Miss. With a fear of heights, I didn't think I could do it, but she so much wanted to ... I did! Yes I was all tingly in my toes, but I did it!

Anne M said...

Great review Bronnie. You go girl. I always make sure I don't miss out on this department. That's probably why I'm not in a hurry to find a man. They're all useless. Trying to think what my last thrill was isn't that exciting though. Our week away at Coolum just before Christmas, I knew the water in the pool was a bit cool for my liking but my kids talked me into just diving in, like I did when I was young. I couldn't believe how apprehensive I was. I did it though and it was quite exhilarating. Felt like a kid all over again.

Anne xx

Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella said...

Oh my! I haven't seen anything like that before (and I've seen a few of those things ;) ). It looks almost like a magnet. Isn't it amazing what they come up with?

Bronnie Marquardt said...

Thanks girls. Keep them coming. Ahem. And Lorraine, well spotted. The charger actually attaches via a groovy magnet thingy. It's all very trendy and cool. Whisper quiet too.

Liz said...

Charges via computer or phone? It's a lady bloggers dream! LOL

I think the last thrill I had was going to the post office without any kids in tow. I'm wild like that.