Vibrators on a plane?

Vibrators on a plane?

flamefire flamefire
I'm not sure if this is the correct place to ask this, but oh well.

For Thanksgiving I'm going home for a few days and would like to take my vibrator with me (which the serenity model btw link ). I'm traveling on a plane and will only be taking two carry-on bags. Since security checks are getting tighter should I reconsider and just not take my vibrator or risk an awkward scene and/or confiscation of my vibe?

Any advice or stories are appreciated.
11/22/2010
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El-Jaro El-Jaro
Hmm...it seems that they'd have enough experience to recognize a vibrator when they see one.

To quote my favorite book/movie "In the event of a dildo, it's company policy to not imply ownership; "a dildo" not "your dildo". (yeah, vibrator makes more sense)


It also reminds me of:
"I've had it with the motherfucking vibrators on this motherfuckin plane!"
11/22/2010
dv8 dv8
I'm wondering about this too. Heh, I'd like to see a full body scanner image of someone wearing a buttplug.
11/23/2010
P'Gell P'Gell
Quote:
Originally posted by flamefire
I'm not sure if this is the correct place to ask this, but oh well.

For Thanksgiving I'm going home for a few days and would like to take my vibrator with me (which the serenity model btw link ). I'm traveling on a plane and will ...
The only thing I'd worry about is a "bullet vibrator" that really looks like a bullet. I have an Rocks Off 60 mm bullet vibe and the instructions tell you not to take it in your carry on. I have no idea if it's really a risk (because some of the bullets DO look like bullets....with electronics and batteries inside) or if the company was only being funny.

Any other dildo or vibrator should not be a problem. The TSA people have seen enough things like this that they will not really give it a second look, except on occasion swab it (which they do with random things from time to time) and put the swab in a machine (they are looking for explosive residue.) I've had everything in my bag swabbed one time, coming out of Logan, due to packing a hemp dress that obviously made TSA dogs nervous. We also got "special attention" but it really wasn't a big deal.

As JR said, the verbiage "It's a dildo." (If asked, if not asked, say nothing) rather than "It's MY dildo." is probably the best thing.

JR. "I've had it with these Motherfucking dildos on this Motherfucking plane." I almost put half a slider through my nose!
11/24/2010
leela leela
Just don't forget to take the batteries out! A suspiciously buzzing carry-on is the last thing you want.
11/24/2010
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