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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-11-2005, 02:21 PM Thread Starter
 
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SOMETHING I MADE OUT OF A BULLET ( women's personal toy thingy)

WAS AT PINK ***** CAT IN NYC ,LOWER MANHATTAN,STORE W/ GIRL FRIEND AND THOUGHT OF PUTTING A BULLET/VIBRATOR IN PASSENGER SEAT.JUST PULLED A FEW STAPLES ,CUT OUT SOME PACKING AND PLACED EGG SHAPED BULLET IN. HAD TO DO A LITTLE R&D ON EXACT PLACEMENT. SO I HAD GIRLIE POSITION HERSELF,SO I CAN GET IT RIGHT ON THE BUTTON ( IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN ),AND.............PASS THE TISSUES.............IT WAS ON!!!!!!!
WORKS GRRRRREAT..............CONTROL HAS DIFFERENT SETTINGS, SO YOU CAN EASE HER INTO IT. SHE/THEY LOVE IT!!
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-11-2005, 02:27 PM
 
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OMFG!!!!!!!!!! You've got to be kiddin me!! Now that's great!! Custom fabrication from Penthouse there!!
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I saw those somewhere else. I think it was actually posted on here awhile ago, but they were slightly different. The company that made them had it linked to the throttle. The more you twisted your wrist, the faster the thing would vibrate. It was adjustable as well. You could set the max vibration speed would be at any RPM that you wanted so you didn't necessarily have to be going full throttle. You could also bypass the throttle setting and just have the thing on full vibration if you wanted. I could see this thing causing a problem for the rider if the passenger is a squirmer.
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post #4 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-11-2005, 03:26 PM
 
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I saw those somewhere else. I think it was actually posted on here awhile ago, but they were slightly different. The company that made them had it linked to the throttle. The more you twisted your wrist, the faster the thing would vibrate. It was adjustable as well. You could set the max vibration speed would be at any RPM that you wanted so you didn't necessarily have to be going full throttle. You could also bypass the throttle setting and just have the thing on full vibration if you wanted. I could see this thing causing a problem for the rider if the passenger is a squirmer.

no wet spots left on my bike...or you get the boot off the back get ready to tuck and roll!!!
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post #5 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-11-2005, 03:54 PM
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Pretty nice fab but I take it you've never seen the d***o thrusting bicycle before? You should market that on ebay.

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Pretty nice fab but I take it you've never seen the d***o thrusting bicycle before? You should market that on ebay.
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