Shoppers Puzzled As Holland & Barrett Sells Vegetable-Shaped Vegan Sex Toys
The health food store has started selling vegan silicone sex toys and shoppers have been left puzzled, but the products are selling and receiving rave reviews.
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Internet users are angry that Holland & Barrett have started selling vegan sex toys in the shape of vegetables.
The health food store left shoppers puzzled by announcing that they will now be selling silicone corn on the cob, chilies, carrots, bananas and eggplants as part of their new line of sex toys.
The Â£ 16.95 vibrating balls are made by ‘VeganToys’, which specialize in vegetarian-style sex toys and ‘guilt-free pleasure’, and Holland & Barrett have said they want to bring some heat to the sexual health of women. buyers.
A woman bought the corn on the cob by mistake and shared her confusion when she received the vegetable far from average – before giving it a five-star review.
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She wrote: “At first I was a little surprised at what I got as I expected a good cob for dinner.
“I quickly realized that this was a whole different ball game, but being intuitive as I am, I decided to get the most out of this monster and I can honestly say it was the best experience ever. my life, a well-cooked vegetable, definitely not suitable for vegans if you know what I mean. “
The customer, who was called “Karen” in her reviews, also bought the eggplant, although she only rated it four stars.
She wrote: “He’s a big boy, he does the job better than her husband. Unfortunately, I recommend making progress as he is quite substantial.
“Definitely buy the corn on the cob with it for a more rewarding experience. Enjoy it ladies …”
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Soon a photo of the new products was shared on social media, and Facebook users were quick to comment on their opinions and jokes on the post.
Caroline Christian wrote: “That’s not what I think ‘new to’ normally means. Plus you are a brave woman if you take a chili!”
Kael Wylie even called the vegetables a “meat substitute.”
Eggplant seemed to get the most attention, as the emoji has been infamously used to talk about sex on social media in recent years.
Laura Barket commented: âTypically the eggplant is out of stock!
Kelly Sharp thought the same, commenting, “I see the eggplant is popular.”
VeganToys says it wants to dispel the stigma surrounding masturbation with products that are easy to use and not intimidating.
Holland and Barrett has been approached for comment.
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