Okie i went shopping today for a grad present for my bf and the first place i went was the 'it store' (sex shop type thing) ...
We've never used lubrication of any kind (err whatever wasn't on the condom i mean) so i was looking to buy some today. I was looking at the flavoured lubes and it says that you can't use them internally, only for "cosmetic" uses. What else are you supposed to do w/ the stuff? Hmm, weird.
Anyway, i settled on some heated massage oil, that tastes like melon Think he'll be happy w/ that? Lets hope so hehe
Most brands of flavoured lube and fine for oral use, and *probably* fine for vaginal use (in terms of what gets inside your vagina). But in general, I'd only be comfortable suggesting their use for oral sex outside a barrier (like a condom or dam), or in small amounts for oral sex without.
I know that RAIN and WET brands of flavoured are fine for multi-purpose use moderately.
can i just say that me and my girlfrend will SWARE by KYjelly i am not sure if you get it in the USA but its over here oh and don't go near the boots own brand ones they are well bad!! Posts: 101 | From: truro cornwall england | Registered: Aug 2000
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One of my my friends got me a little thing of lube and condom in matching flavour -- and then used them both herself! Hopefully, this guy'll at least get to try his.
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Oh my ... this is kinda funny, from my point of view. Anyway, no i didn't buy him lube, i bought heated massage oil We've actually both used it on each other and it's fun ... It's really sticky and a b*tch to clean up but it's worth it hehe
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