i'm really not sure where this goes, or even if i can ask this here. so, sorry in advance if this question isn't ok!
so, there is a toy on the babeland website that i really want, but i dont live near their store, and the store near me doesn't have this toy. i'm 18 i have my own bank account, there's no problem with getting it online except that i live with my parents. so, here's the question: for those of you have bought things from them online, is the the package very VERY discreet? does it say babeland? my mom is hip to the whole sex toy thing, i'm sure she would know what it was even if the world babeland was written somewhere on the package. i wouldn't get in trouble, i'd just be super embarressed.
i checked their website, but i couldn't really find an answer to this so i decided that people who have done this already would probably know best. again, sorry if this is inapropriate, but i really didn't know how to find this out, and that toy looks so fun!
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-sue monk kidd the mermaid chair Posts: 50 | From: western massachusetts | Registered: Jun 2006
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quote:All shipments are discreetly packaged in plain brown boxes, padded envelopes, or FedEx/USPS supplied packaging. Our name appears as "Mailorder" on the return address and our logo does not appear anywhere on the outside of the packaging. Our packaging makes no mention of the nature of the contents, except when required by international customs regulations. For international shipments, where we must describe package contents, the descriptions are discreet and generic—i.e., "lotion" or "plastic toy".
From the sound of it, the company name or logo won't appear anywhere on the outside of the package, and the contents won't be explicitly listed. Privacy-wise, you should be fine.
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