"Little Bunny Foo Foo hopping across my..."I have never been to the opera, but I found that Mr. Foo Foo could make me sing. It's a good thing that my neighbors are many acres away. If you have used a rabbit before, this one is worth his weight in carrots. If you are new to the toy scene, Mr. Foo Foo would love to teach you a thing or two.
The touch of this rabbit is soft. Though, if you don't have a lot of lubrication, it has an almost tacky feel to it. Upon opening the box, I found that there was no odor to it at all, but I always wash a toy before and after use. I have had no problem with towel lint sticking to it. If you get it near the hair on top of your head, though, it will grab it and hold onto it for dear life!
If you prefer a smooth surface, then this is the one. The shaft has an anatomically correct shaped head, with a few nubbs on the back just below the head rim. Like I've said before, I'm not much for inserting toys, so if you want more info on the feel of the nubs or how the beads feel from the inside, I'm not your girl for that. Sorry. Mr. Bunny Foo Foo has the ears from heaven! They are the perfect texture, stiffness, and length. As they are joined together, -- except for about the last quarter inch -- they seem to vibrate better than any of the others. Also, with that last quarter inch, you can put your clitoris between them, and lay back and enjoy the sensual vibrations!
The only problem I have with the design of Mr. Foo Foo is the control buttons. The placement of them is perfect, but for easy use? They definitely need improvement. Old lady fingers like mine are not as strong as they used to be, and these buttons are small and hard to push. You almost need long fingernails to operate the buttons because of the small size, which does not allow the fingertip to push down fully on the button.
As for travel, there is absolutely no way it would turn on in your suitcase because of this feature. So there would be no red faces when your luggage reaches its destination without shaking its booty all the way down the ramp.
This rabbit has 5 control buttons. The very bottom button turns him off. When turned back on, he will start his vibrating patterns from the beginning. Located just above the off button, there are 2 buttons that start the vibrations and the turning of the beads. The first 3 clicks of these will give you the slow, medium, and "oh my, can I sing" vibrations or spins of the beads. The next click of the bunny button starts the slow to high pulsation. The fifth click gives you a steady kind of long-medium pulse. The sixth click will give you a medium quick pulsing, and the seventh click will give you three short vrooms, followed by a long vroom.
The button that controls the spinning of the beads has six settings from the slowest, to the twirl of the baton girl. The head of the shaft also twirls along with the beads. As for the effect that this has on a person, I cannot say; this is not a feature that I use. It is advertised as being waterproof, but I have not tried this as of yet. It looks like it has a good seal where the batteries go, though, and maybe that's why the buttons are so hard to push. I will have to update this when I use it in the water.