Have you ever gotten a splinter with a wooden toy?

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Have you ever gotten a splinter with a wooden toy?

vanillaSpice vanillaSpice
I think that unless you really abuse the wood it's pretty much impossible for this to happen?
10/28/2012
thebest thebest
nope
10/28/2012
puglove puglove
I have never tried a wooden dildo and this question is the reason holding me back!
10/31/2012
Arlinnae Arlinnae
I dont have one
11/07/2012
Winifred Winifred
I use my own personal wood polish! I think I'm set.
11/09/2012
RememberMe RememberMe
Quote:
Originally posted by comatose-kitty
Hope this never happened but has anyone ever gotten a splinter off of a wood toy?
i haven't used a wooden toy yet. Interesting question though.
11/10/2012
tortilla tortilla
omg- that would be horrible
11/10/2012
ska ska
i never had a wood toy
11/17/2012
Supervixen Supervixen
Guys, come on. This is like the "will the glass dildo shatter in my vagina and cut me?!" paranoia. No. You won't get a splinter from a smooth, finished item. Think of how often we use wood in furniture, housing, cookware, etc. Do you get splinters from them? Nope--they're made to make sure that doesn't happen. These toys are totally safe, and all it takes is a little research to find that out. They would not sell like $100+ hotcakes if this was an issue. They aren't giving you freshly sawed logs to masturbate with. It's not just a tree branch torn from a tree. These things have been sanded and finished to be as smooth as glass (which is, by the way, also safe, sturdy, and damn near impossible to break without dropping it from a 25 story building).
11/21/2012
Nurse Katie Nurse Katie
Quote:
Originally posted by Supervixen
Guys, come on. This is like the "will the glass dildo shatter in my vagina and cut me?!" paranoia. No. You won't get a splinter from a smooth, finished item. Think of how often we use wood in furniture, housing, cookware, etc. Do you ...
I do agree Supervixen. I feel bad people are so worried about it though. Bottom line-if it worries you that much (whether it should or not) you probably won't be able to relax enough to enjoy the toy anyway. So if you are uncomfortable with the idea of wood, just skip those toys
11/21/2012
Aishiteru Aishiteru
I haven't tried a wooden toy, but I want to, and I won't worry about getting a splinter because they're finished well.
11/21/2012
karenm karenm
I don't have one but I'm planning to soon. The finish on the EF wooden toys is supposedly very good.
02/24/2013
marshmallow marshmallow
NO, that sounds horrible
06/18/2013
HannahPanda HannahPanda
Never! I don't think wooden toys can splinter, just like glass ones. There would be no way to remove it at all.
06/18/2013
TheHardOne TheHardOne
I have never had a wood toy, but I would expect I would never use one that I could possibly get a splinter from.
06/26/2013
SickOnSin SickOnSin
Quote:
Originally posted by comatose-kitty
Hope this never happened but has anyone ever gotten a splinter off of a wood toy?
as long as they are made correctly they shouldn't splinter.
06/29/2013
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