10 Responses to “Trixie Bedlam’s New York City”

  1. I have a similar picture from San Francisco, except the brand name is “Andis” (or perhaps “Andi’s”) and the guy on the box is applying the device to his head. I think it was some sort of historical display in the Metreon.

  2. I put my vibrator to my head once. It fucked up my vision in a weird way that usually takes several chemicals to attain.

    And then I applied it to my clit again and forgot all this “what it says on the box” nonsense.

  3. Does it have attachments for those hard to reach places?

    Hmmm . . . I wonder. There was a toy company named Gilbert best known for chemistry sets and toy trains.

  4. “Helps ‘waistline’ control”!?!

  5. looks like a blowdryer to me… are there any kits to alter a blowdryer respectively out there…? If so does it come with curlers..?

  6. I always feel better and look more content when I stick my vibrator in my arm pit.

  7. I particularly like the fact that it has “waistline” in quotations.
    Because everybody knows that back then, body fat was imaginary.

  8. “Stimulates Body Tissue”

    I’ll just _bet_ it does!

  9. Well, you can’t see what her other hand is doing.

  10. Vibrators are also good for scramblin eggs, in Design Theory we call this the objects “Secondary Function”, f.e. a trash can set on fire thrown at riot police or a shirt collar used as a hanger for an umbrella.