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I agree with this actually. I know the specs of the toy and the manufacturer often does their little third-person promo bit. Eden Fantasys is so great because it's filled with personal reviews by real people who have experienced the toy. I
I agree with this actually. I know the specs of the toy and the manufacturer often does their little third-person promo bit. Eden Fantasys is so great because it's filled with personal reviews by real people who have experienced the toy. I want to know what they personally thought of it. If someone doesn't like a rabbit, I want them to clarify that rabbits are subjective to different anatomies and be a little kinder in their ratings. But overall I want their opinion of the toy and not a description that I could have found anywhere or observed in the pictures.
I'm also really skeptical of people who tend to be too positive in their reviews. Maybe it's the cynic in me but if someone has written an incredibly positive review, I usually check their page to make sure that they don't rave about every product that Eden Fantasy sends them. I know we all get excited about sex toys and they're sexy, but a raving review from a harsh critic is much more compelling than a raving review from someone who seems to love every toy they play with.
Haha. I think the same thing a lot of the time. If someone writes a super positive review with nothing negative at all, I'm skeptical. That's not really a fault of the reviewer or the review, but just a personal thing. I mean, hey, maybe that toy really was the best thing you've ever felt. I don't know.
But other than that, basically what everyone else said. Being way too vague, like Pleasure Piratess showed, is really frustrating. I hate when I can tell the person isn't even trying and just wants points or something. Give me SOME kind of info! Anything! Gah. Oh, and sentence fragments. Like "Not the best." That's not a sentence. There is no verb. It's a friggin fragment. Just a pet peeve of mine.
I use fragments in conversation and casual forum kinda stuff, but not reviews.
Oh, and "lol," smilies, etc. Oh, and "etc." Haha. Etc implies there is more to the sentence. So finish the sentence!
I'm kinda picky, especially with grammar.