Blushing Buddha’s breast vibrator

Check out this “Buruburu Buddha breast beast.

Is it an octopus or alien?

buddha-breast beast

blushing-buddha hand vibratorThe Japanese “adult” product website, [Machine translated] reviewed this blushing Buddha vibrator hand. says that:
“The shape of the Buddha vibrator hand is more like an octopus or alien…it’s hoped its kind of joke… because the intended use is for placing the Buddha hand on the breast or nether regions for massage play….If the Buddha hand is put on a floor, it will creep about and turn by vibration.”
buddha-vibrator Click to enlarge.

Note: Buruburu [ぶるぶる] is the Japanese onomatopoei sound word for shivering with cold or fear / shaking / trembling.

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2 thoughts on “Blushing Buddha’s breast vibrator”

  1. via The Journal of Improbable Research (2013/May/09)

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