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That Strange CT child
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Ok so one way i like to masturbate is with a vibrating device
I will put it on my penis and use a moist paper towel to catch the semen and close it in the paper towel so i dont have to look at it
I used to use an electric toothbrush but the metal contact kinda hurt on my skin and the toothbrush broke (from unrelated things)
When im alone doing yardwork outside i go behind my shed with a leafblower but i cant do that in winter
My cell phone doesnt produce strong enough vibrations and my electric razor has a little part that vibrates but its awkward and its a bit dangerous
What does anyone recommend i use to stimulate myself with a vibration device??
Thanx [Smile]

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Molias
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Honestly, I think the best vibrating device you're going to be able to find is a plain old vibrator that was made to do just that one thing and do it well! I think a plain small vibrator (sometimes you see these labeled as bullet vibrators) would be a good place to start.
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Can these be found at a regular grocery store??

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I'm not sure about a grocery store. A large drugstore would probably have a small selection. Also, there are usually more powerful "personal massagers" available packaged as massage aids at drugstores and the like, but they tend to be pricier and are pretty powerful (which may or may not be a plus for you).
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Could i use one of those vibrating back massager things??

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That should be fine. It's really down to what feels good to you, although I think you'll be much safer and better off using something that was designed to be used on your body than something like a toothbrush. So if you have access to a vibrating back massager, you can certainly give it a try.
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Oh, actually I had to pick up some prescriptions today so I took a look, and in the Walgreen's near me there are a few vibrators for sale. So I think a largish drugstore near you would be a reasonable place to look.
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Theres a walgreens near me, and nobody who works there recognizes me...

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