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dildo

(ˈdɪldo)
n. a stupid person, usually a male. (Rude and derogatory. The term refers to an artificial penis.) Hank can be such a dildo sometimes.
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An earlier work produced for Spain provides some context and shows that when Spero takes a liking to an image, like theclas sical one of a woman wielding two dildos, she uses it a lot .
Efron has matured and proved this by talking about dildos, d-k jokes and the possibility of going full frontal for his next roles.
On the subject of breadstick dildos she said that it began in a bakery B.
The show also contained objects from sex shops (vibrators and dildos of different shapes and colors) inside urns, which gave them a somewhat comic, unreal, and strangely mortuary feel: They looked like embalmed fetish objects.
would have to say about the dildos in the dishwasher.
The assumption is that the viewer may be at a loss as to why the women gathered at the party are having such an obviously wonderful time brandishing, going down on, mock-masturbating, and even penetrating one another with strap-on dildos.
Yes, the same San Francisco that features the Up Your Alley Fair, an annual event where the bondage peeps take to the streets, walking nude men on pearl-studded leashes and setting up booths to sell nipple rings and dildos with family crests.
Naturally there were a couple of dildos at Chardonnay's party.
FRENCH troops marching off to war used to provide their wives with dildos to reduce the chances of adultery in their absence.
If dildos are so pleasurable, she posits, why not go on to real penises?
There are actually orgasm machines on the market, but these are mostly mechanised dildos such as this one.
The 25-year-old actor, who was earlier in 2008, caught in a similar situation, with then girlfriend Vanessa Hudgens shopping for a blow-up sheep sex doll in Los Angeles, freaked out when he realized a photographer had caught a picture of him surrounded by an array of glowing dildos, at the sex shop in Greenwich Village, the New York Post reported.
Finally, anyone who dismisses two rivals by saying "they sell dildos for a living" deserves our admiration for economy of language and the baldness of the insult.
Almost all of Vezzoli's visual and narrative touches could be construed as site specific, playing to the hilt a glamour-crazed art crowd on holiday in a former imperial city; There is decadent styling (costumes by Donatella Versace and a Roman palazzo by way of Plano, Texas); calculated campiness (savvy casting, including Helen Mirren playing Tiberia, with leashed slave boys in tow); pornographic "titillation" (golden dildos and plenty of sapphic kissing
The opening story, "Lessons," a tale about a man who rediscovers his libido with the help of a few dildos and an older teacher, didn't help matters, because it reads like a class exercise rather than a sincere inquiry into what it means to rediscover sex in middle age.