Weirdest Things Women Have Used As A Dildo Substitute | Men's Health Magazine Australia

Women Are Sharing The Weirdest Things They’ve Used As A Dildo

“The weirdest thing I’ve used is a mini lava lamp.” – @mbv22 “The gear shifter in my car. I had to try, but my car is too small for it to work very well. I had to be right up in the front window for the right insertion and removal angle.” – @2lovebug666 “My wife […]

“The weirdest thing I’ve used is a mini lava lamp.” – @mbv22

“The gear shifter in my car. I had to try, but my car is too small for it to work very well. I had to be right up in the front window for the right insertion and removal angle.” – @2lovebug666

My wife used her curling iron. Not plugged in and not hot. My ex used various veggies and I once caught her with a candle.” – @BigStumpy69

“The plastic end of a razor, the end of a hairbrush, a cucumber… Not as dildo, but as a vibrator/clit stimulator… the plastic part of a vibrating razor, an electric toothbrush, a pen, a random plastic piece that I found that was part of a toy…” – @BeautifulLow1

“The end of a hair brush.” – @Babyyyyy-girl

“A wine bottle.” – @thiswon

“A thick metal pen. Not the writing side obviously though if I remember right I think I took our the ink thingy anyway so probably wouldn’t have mattered (1st time I ever had anything in me, not the greatest story in the world).

That or the neck of an empty glass bottle.” -@kinkyvanillapie

“The butt end of a pool cue….you get really creative when you’re a college student on a student loan budget…LOL.” -@Nocturnal_Remission

By Mens Health Staff

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