Sex Toy Gifts For Friends This Christmas
This entry was posted on 20th November 2013.
Far gone are the days where a fragrance or perfume would be chosen as the ideal gift to unwrap on Christmas morning for your closest friends. Whilst sex in the UK grows ever more mainstream, this Christmas, it's something a little more intimate being left by Santa, guaranteed to make it a very naughty new year!
It seems as though, as more of us ladies and gentlemen loosen the taboo strings, popular sex toys, such as vibrators, penis rings and even sex dolls are being exchanged between friends, with the traditional comedy factor being well and truly cast aside.
Online sex toy shops, such as Britain's leading retailer Magic Moments have reported a substantial rise in the number of consumer queries relating to ideal gifts for their close friends. Whilst traditionally, a stag or hen party would be littered with sex toy gifts, it appears as though more of us are turning our heads towards giving something utterly memorable this festive season.
Whether it's sex toys for him, her, couples or even bondage gear, more consumers are rolling the dice and choosing popular adult toys for their favourite friends. As frequenting to moderate level town centre sex toy shops still harnesses very obvious stigmas and suspicions, consumers still continue to bulge the online retail market, with the average present costing somewhere in the £30 region.
What may once have been regarded as a good level of tongue in cheek humour, now becomes a very clear and obvious demand to spice up the lives of friends sex lives by the British public. As the average recipient resides within the thirty-five to forty-five age bracket, there's sure to be a new stir amongst dinner parties in the lead up to the holiday season.
Whilst some may frown, be left in amazement, or even horrified, the very real fact remains that it's no longer your average pair of pyjamas being slipped into your stocking. All that's left now, is to ask yourself the question, what would you want to be slipped under your tree this Christmas?