Need a Co-Driver  

rm_VoodooGuru1 49M
2116 posts
11/10/2005 7:04 pm

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Need a Co-Driver

So, you remember my post from a few weeks ago about the Elexis condoms Condoms! Part 2? Three of them come with a prize; warming gel, feminine wipes, and a disposable vibrating condom.

Well, I bought one of the vibrating ones this week. I want to do a review of it... "a VoodooReview" of sorts, and post the results in my blog.

But... much like a Rally Car, this kind of test drive requires a partner.

Anyone wanna take a ride with me?


hourglasses 47F

11/10/2005 7:55 pm

My date last night and I saw those commercials. We couldn't figure out how a condom could be made for women, unless they were flower scented or something. So I will be curious to hear the review. I am way too frugal and I have too many regular man type condoms left to go out and buy new ones.


MissAnnThrope 56F
11488 posts
11/11/2005 2:32 am

I actually went looking to see what stores in my area were keeping them in the feminine hygeine area. From the supermarket to the drug stores, in my area and Manhattan, they were all with the other condoms, not in the feminine protection aisle. In each store, the only freebies that came with the two varieties they had in stock were the wipes and something you didn't mention. A carrying case for your purse. Which looked like a crappy, shoddily made, vinyl lipstick case.

Do let us know how the vibrating condom was. And where the battery pack is on the thing.


rm_VoodooGuru1 49M
2053 posts
11/11/2005 4:41 am

hourglasses - the Elexis is not a female condom; it is a regular condom with a "prize" inside that marketing types think will appeal to sexually active women.

Go to Condoms! and look at the pic to see what the "femdom" looks like.

MissAnnThrope - there is no battery pack... it's a one shot use; disposable, and the charge only lasts 20 minutes.


redmartinigirl 43F

11/12/2005 4:43 pm

3,000 miles is awfully far for a test drive but I'm game


MissAnnThrope 56F
11488 posts
11/13/2005 2:47 am

Voodoo, I would HOPE a condom would be for one time use. But it has to have some sort of battery to get it to vibrate, no?

Do I look like the type who believes in turning condoms inside out for a second use? *grumble*


rm_ladyBgood46 61F
65 posts
11/13/2005 11:36 pm

MissAnnThrope: the condom is disposable in the regular way. The one use only 20 minute vibrator is the *prize* you get for buying that brand of condoms. The condom doesn't vibrate (well, unless you used both at the same time, I suppose), the *vibrator* vibrates.


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