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Comment Archives: stories: Special Sections: Holiday Guide

Re: “A selection of sex toys that really can poke your eye out

I also confirm that Lelo's are great! My favorite toy is the GiGi, take a look…

Posted by Ariel Jordan on 08/13/2012 at 11:26 PM

Re: “A selection of sex toys that really can poke your eye out

Yes, i can confirm Lelo's are great. Lelo's are made in Europe. I bought some Lelo sex toys and i was highly highly satisfied. They are also rechargeable, so you save a ton on Duracells over the long run.

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Posted by Anonymous on 11/26/2009 at 2:29 PM

Re: “A selection of sex toys that really can poke your eye out

There are a lot of interesting sex toys out there. I saw these toys online at, MyPleasure, Babeland and several other sex toy sites. From what I have read about the LELO products, they are on the pricier side, but high quality.

Posted by Anonymous on 11/19/2009 at 3:29 PM

Re: “All-time best / worst toys

More info on Bibo here:

Posted by Anonymous on 11/18/2009 at 5:14 PM

Re: “All-time best / worst toys

I have to disagree with ROCK 'EM SOCK 'EM ROBOTS. When I was a kid, I always wanted them. They looked cool, tough and fun.

Years later, after they appeared in some TV ad for a truck, I was inspired to buy them for my son. I finally get to play with the robots. Long story short - they suck!

There is no rhyme or reason to them. Sometimes the head pops up easily, and sometimes never. Sometimes the robot mysteriously becomes dislodged from the toy. The design of the punching button is not great either.

We slyly took them to Goodwill over the summer after no use beyond Dec. 26. This fall, Toy Story 3D comes out and makes them look cool again. We then had to break it to my son that they are gone, otherwise he would have never noticed.

Those Robots have caused me nothing but aggravation.

Posted by Anonymous on 11/18/2009 at 4:45 PM

Re: “Merry Obama Christmas

Hapi Xmas, Solstice, Kwanza, Yule, etc,etc.

Posted by Anonymous on 12/22/2008 at 8:15 AM

Re: “The Workhorse

2008 is all about Wil May...don't sleep just recognize greatness when u hear it!

Posted by Anonymous on 12/21/2007 at 2:14 PM

Re: “The Workhorse

Damn Mr. Does it matter! Why are you so angry? do you need an article up in here too? Maybe call them up and they'll ask you what your favorite gift is, or you can tell us why did Santa always bring coal? About May, pretty good stuff, love the hooks and how it is a very different approach to hip-hop, it targets the college community and gives great beats for all the never ending parties that the girls love. This cat definitely gets up early and is on the grind all the time. Keep an eye out for him, he is coming up and already has a following of groupies like the always loyal lil' sil. IDZ 4 D KIDZ

Posted by Suri on 12/07/2007 at 2:45 PM

Re: “The Workhorse

This article is terrible! If you want to praise this person for his music, fine, but maybe you should inform the reader as to what he has accomplished because the current count I'm pretty sure is "0". And why do I care to know about his perfect gift? Further, generous, workhorse and talented are the complete antithesis of this individual. You guys should do your homework, or are you that hard up for material? Thanks, concerned reader

Posted by Does it matter on 12/06/2007 at 3:55 PM

Re: “The Spiritual

This is the Christmas spirit we've come to know and love.

Posted by Ed on 12/06/2007 at 10:32 AM

Re: “The Workhorse

2008 might just be the year of Wil May. Armed with hooks that'll latch on to your memory, Mr. May "wil" have no problem being a sure investment in the hip hop community. His diverse portfolio of influences (Killers, Taking Heads, Kanye West) not only provides a hybrid of credibility but also demonstrates his ability to think outside the box.

Posted by PWise The Brave on 12/04/2007 at 9:54 PM

Re: “The Workhorse

this dude is on the rise... i heard a few of his tracks from a friend of mine and beats were crazy! i'm so happy you included wil may in this article. give him some more love and do a feature article. wilmayzing is the future.

Posted by Zach on 12/04/2007 at 9:40 PM

Re: “The Workhorse

Posted by the man himself on 12/04/2007 at 4:09 PM

Re: “The Spiritual

And people who don't realize that Christmas is a SYMBOLIC birthday don't have any credibilty. People who post a smarmy and whiny brat little post like yours are just sad.

Posted by Big D on 12/03/2007 at 5:41 PM

Re: “The Anti-Consumer

The Ilula Orphan Program has a great website built by a group of college visitors, It's a 501(c)(3), so donations are tax-deductible, and information on how to donate is on the website. There is a waitlist of orphans who have asked for a sponsor who will let them go to school, but there aren't enough sponsors. When they get a sponsor, they're so excited, and they write you letters to tell you how they're doing in school. I've visited this program and I like it because it's run efficiently and on a tight budget, so money goes directly where it's needed.

Posted by Anne on 12/03/2007 at 4:09 PM

Re: “The Anti-Consumer

Well said- and what cool charities~ how can i give money to Ilula Orphan Project if I want to sponsor a child? (Is is a registered 501C3 status organization?)

Posted by Jane Laurel on 11/30/2007 at 11:33 PM

Re: “Streetalk

Is that some sort of workout video?

Posted by jcatl on 11/29/2007 at 7:18 PM

Re: “The Secular

I agree that holiday gift giving has gotten out of control. For people who want to give gifts that are not excessive, choose handmade gifts or gifts made from recycled materials. Gift giving also creates unnecessary waste. Gift wrap & cardboard tubes, tissue paper, ribbons, bows, gift bags, boxes, greeting cards and envelopes can all be recycled at your closest recycling center. UPS and FedEX will gladly take packing peanuts and other packing materials as well. Keep it green,

Posted by Sandra on 11/29/2007 at 12:48 PM

Re: “The Spiritual

You realize, of course, that the early Christians absorbed the pagan solstice celebration as a convenient way to set up an official birthday for Jesus. No one knows when Jesus was born, but we do know that nothing could stop the pagans from reveling at the sun's anticipated return to its summertime arc in the sky. So the early Christians gave in and said, "OK, OK, keep your holly and tree, just put this star on top of it now." When you pretend that Christmas is actually the historical birthday of Christ, you lose credibility.

Posted by Molly on 11/29/2007 at 12:06 PM

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