2012 EdenFantasys Community Calendar - erotic book by EdenFantasys - review by Falsepast

Very Nice.

This is a wonderful calendar and all, but sadly you can't put it up in places where others can see unless you're comfortable explaining that you got this from a sex shop. Aside from that small issue, the calendar is great.
Tons of Religious Days And Days Never Heard Of. Price. Spiral Bound.
EdenFantasys, can't put it in public setting.
Rating by reviewer:
useful review
The EdenFantasys Calendar is the most detailed on I've had so far. Most calendars list the really popular holidays and religious dates, but this one has just about every date you can imagine for tons of religions. From Wiccan holidays to days you've never heard of, they're all here.

Size: The calendar is 8 1/2 inches long by 11 inches wide, which is a pretty standard size for calendars.

Outside Appearance: All 12 pictures for each of the months are shown on the front of the calendar. EdenFantasys is across the front with the text "Community Calendar 2012" in big font underneath it. The calendar is hole-punched at the bottom of every page, making it easier to hang it on a wall by a nail. The back of the calendar has a zoom-in of pictures acting as a border and in middle there is a message from EdenFantasys about the calendar on a white background making it easy to read. It is a statement as to why the calendar was created, who helped create it, etc. Underneath that it says EdenFantasys, as do many other pages. The calendar is spiralbound and comes in no packaging.

Dates and Details: Every month includes a main picture surrounded by multiple other pictures as a border and has a quote on it. The top of the bottom page has the month, year and across from it "Edenfantasys", which is somewhat of a problem unfortunately. If you hang this where others can see, they'll surely ask what EdenFantasys is, and I do not want to tell my mom about my sex shop (she would just throw a fit). Beneath that are the names of the days starting with Sunday, although I still believe the week begins on Monday. The dates are in blocks and each block simply contains the number and possibly the holidays and such. What makes this calendar stand out from others is that it contains days you've never heard of like 'Blame Someone Else Day', 'Penguin Awareness Day', and 'International Nude Day' which is coming up on July 14th.
If there is a religious date, it states the name of the occurence and underneath it, names the religion it connects to. For example, it shows Lughnasadh is shown on August 1st with the word Wiccan in paranthesis beneath it.

January has a picture of a rearview mirror focused on a sunset in the background near what appears to be a forest.
February has a picture of yellow-orange flowers, one light purple color and a shiny ring all in a bunch.

March has a picture of a city at night lit up with multicolored lights connecting to a bridge that is also lit up by lights. The lights shine off a nearby body of water and there are strange stumps of wood popping out of it.
April has a closeup of a bee flying by some dark pinkish flowers.
May has a woman in an old-timey outfit (that appears to be a costume) and a sword posing on a bridge.
June has a picture of what I assume are a woman's legs and boots that go down to the dirt that is surrounded by patches of grass growing nearby.
July has a very closeup picture of a dandelion.
August has a cute light brown little dog on a leash staring off
at something in the distance.
September has a guy holding a small starfish, the focus being on the starfish and the man's hand.
October has a picture of a skull by multiple-sized labeled bottles saying Cyanide and Absinthe.
November has a girl laughing and jumping in a field of dry yellow grass wearing a white dress and a pair of boots.
December is a picture of a woman in a blue dress, sitting and running her fingers through water that is pouring down.

The final page contains all the dates for 2013 but does not include holidays, pictures or most anything. It is basically just bare bones.
Follow-up commentary
Still use this and plan to even for 2013, only issue is my mom almost saw it, and the fact that it has the logo of the store everywhere has me worried.
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My 2012 EdenFantasys Community Calendar tags
  • Who / How / What
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    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Anyone
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Bedroom / on a bed
    • Campus/roommate living
  • Features
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    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly
  • P'Gell
    Thank you for the review. On the rare chance when people ask me where the calendar is from (and people really rarely ask "Where is that calendar from?") I just say, "From a website I contribute to." That ends it.

    FTR. October is my pic! I make this scary set up for our dining room table every Halloween. All the photos and all the photos in the frames around each month were taken by Eden contributors.
  • jjesssica

  • Falsepast
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