Ever since the Valentine’s Day stock was cleared off the shelves, the shops have gradually been stocking up with Easter eggs, providing endless temptation to chocaholics who will have been drooling at the thought of April 17th coming round and devouring a tasty treat.
To some, this is the most tempting thing of all, even above sex. Indeed, the debate on whether chocolate is better than sex just won’t go away; a recent survey by Perspectus Global found that one in five Britons would prefer to unwrap a chocolate bar than get their own kit off. This figure rises to a quarter for those aged 18 to 29.
Spokesman for the researchers John Horsely said: “It’s fascinating to see that for Generation Z, a bar of chocolate is preferable to a roll in the hay, and that the older you are, the more likely you’d choose bedroom antics over a sweet treat.”
However, while some might prefer chocolate eggs, perhaps that’s because they haven’t tried the alternative of vibrating eggs.
To anyone not familiar with one of these unusually-shaped vibrators, be assured it won’t hatch, nor drip yolk everywhere. What it will do, however, is provide an egg-citing experience. Rather than going in the full length, it can slide in as far as the G-spot to provide extra stimulation there. Alternatively, it can be used externally for clit stimulation.
It has plenty of different settings, which means users can find exactly the one they like that takes them just where they want to be, which will soon be somewhere other than the sweet shop.
The shape may seem like a novelty, but perhaps that is part of the appeal. For those who want to try something different, maybe even those who prefer a Crème Egg to a cream pie, this could be just the thing.
Indeed, because its portable and very handy, you might even combine two great experiences and use it in the bath while nibbling on a Flake.