not so newbie

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not so newbie

Lavender*Moon Lavender*Moon
Everywhere I look I see "perfect for someone new to toys" or "not for newbies". Is there anything in between? I want to buy a new vibrator (my last well used one was bought over 4 years ago). My sister bought me one made for people new to vibes from a novelty store as a joke. The joke was on her b/c I mentioned that it was way too skinny for my taste (I think it was 3-4" circ.).

So here's my question. What would you suggest for a not so newbie? (I'm open to suggestions for dildos as well)
09/06/2010
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Originally posted by Lavender*Moon
Everywhere I look I see "perfect for someone new to toys" or "not for newbies". Is there anything in between? I want to buy a new vibrator (my last well used one was bought over 4 years ago). My sister bought me one made for ...
I think toys with less functions are good for beginners, not necessarily the size unless it is for anal. 3-4" in circumference is on the smaller side.

You are looking for vibrators? What is the price range? I'd love to suggest the Bet on Red that I am currently reviewing but it is more pricey. If you inbox me with more details, I can give you a better recommendation more catered to you.
09/06/2010
Alicia Alicia
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Originally posted by Lavender*Moon
Everywhere I look I see "perfect for someone new to toys" or "not for newbies". Is there anything in between? I want to buy a new vibrator (my last well used one was bought over 4 years ago). My sister bought me one made for ...
I think that what works for an individual is more based on their own tastes and there doesn't have to be a specific toy good for beginners or near beginners. I would just recommend not spending a lot of money on a toy if you're not sure that the size or texture or functions will work for you. I started off getting some inexpensive toys to learn which textures I liked, what type of materials I liked, etc. and then started filling in my collection with similar toys that were of better quality. There was no point to me spending $50-60 on a toy only to learn that that type of texture is painful for me. Ya know?

If you know that the 3-4" circ. was too small I'd check out ones larger than that. If you thought it was way too skinny start quite a bit larger than that. Keep in mind that if you go for texture or hard toys and the toy you used was squishy or flat that you might not want as big.
09/06/2010
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