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As mentioned in OTHER TENGA EGG DISCUSSIONS, which can easily be searched, there is already a GREAT, RELEVANT DISCUSSION comparing and asking the opinions of users as to which Tenga Egg is the best. It's considered spam, and bad etiquette, to
As mentioned in OTHER TENGA EGG DISCUSSIONS, which can easily be searched, there is already a GREAT, RELEVANT DISCUSSION comparing and asking the opinions of users as to which Tenga Egg is the best. It's considered spam, and bad etiquette, to post similar topics in a forum without looking first to see if the topic exists already.
Sometimes it's easier to go to your own profile and post a question that you have rather than search through all of the forums. Some categories have thousands of posts that would take forever to search through. Also, sometimes there are specific questions or ideas that you want to mention in a post that you make that someone else might not have mentioned in a similar post. For me, I get on EF and don't have hours to spend so I simply go to my own profile and post things I'm wondering about.
I have posted questions in the forums before and have had people comment that there are other posts that are similar to what I just posted. It's not that we have "bad etiquette". Some people are just new here or just don't have extra hours lying around to search through thousands of topics.
As for the Tenga egg masturbator, I came across this post because I am currently in the process of finding a good masturbator for my man too (preferably a fleshlight). But I want him to experiment with some of the different textures first before I invest in a fleshlight for him. Since I have never tried one of the eggs, I can't really answer your question but I would recommend getting him 2 or 3 different ones. You can't beat the price and then he would figure out which texture he prefers before you invest in a more expensive masturbator. Hope that helped