In the last few days I received a couple of questions that thanks to the frenzy in my day job, I could not answer until today. Instead of replying the e-mails, I’m going to answer them here – because I know that more people must have similar questions…
Why you don’t review more air dolls?
A: I don’t review many air dolls because I am not a big fan of them. For me, air dolls are kind of boring – no change in position, many have faces that seemed to be drawn by 5 years old with Parkinson’s Disease, and most of them are TOTALLY different of what you can expect by looking at the package (just check my review for the J-Ho doll).
The only inflatables that I recommend (and I keep in my collection) are either classic anime dolls which has been around for a while (Yumi anime doll, Serika, Kawai Rimi), kinky clear dolls (all Japanese), or high end inflatables like the Inked Sofia which are great values if you can get them below $100.
How many toys do you have? How much money had you spent?
A: Honestly, I stopped counting a year ago! I know I have 20 solid dolls (including torsos), and bins full of Fleshlights and other toys.
I have no idea how much money I have in rubber pussies, but I purchase about 95% of the toys I review. I only buy during big sales where I save at least 30% from the retail price, so a budget of $200 per purchase can go a long way!
Why do you use a mask for the video reviews?
A: Simple – I have a regular, conservative job. My employer would not like having one of its employees associated with discussions about masturbation, pornography, and sex in general, so I use the mask to protect my identity (and my job).
Which is the best doll?
A: It is impossible to say which doll is the best because it depends on what you like and want. There are so many options in materials, sizes, looks, and weights that saying that ONE doll is the best is impossible.
Now, if you are new to the doll scene, I recommend the Meiki Plush Doll because it is not too expensive and allows you to use a wide range of toys as inserts. If the Meiki Plush Doll and its lack of head, arms, and legs is too creepy for you, get either a plush doll (Teddy Babes or Anime) or one of the new Chinese TPE dolls. Silicone dolls are beautiful and realistic, but they are expensive, delicate, and heavy. It is common to see guys spending five or six grand on a silicone doll, wait months for it and then selling it after a few weeks because they realize dolls are not for them.
Which one is the best toy?
A: Again, with so many options in the market, it is impossible to point at a toy and say it is the best one in the market. In my personal opinion the ToMax lines – Succubus, Lillith, and Venus – are the best options in the market. They are available with a variety of textures and with four different firmness levels. Add a relative low price (the most expensive are the Venus and they are below $60 in the USA), and you cannot go wrong.
Those dolls are expensive! Where can you buy them cheaper?
A: Believe it or not, there is an used doll market on the web – 15 of my dolls are second / third hand dolls! You can check on the biggest flea-market in the world – ebay.com – under the Adult Only section or in the Sales sections of the two major doll forums: The Doll Forum and Our Doll Community. Looking carefully, you can get dolls in excellent shape for half or third of their resale price. Also, many vendors keep a presence in one or both forums, giving special prices to members on factory seconds (new dolls with cosmetic defects).
Are you married?
A: No, I am happily single. I have had a few relationships in the last few years, but they had ended for one reason or another (never related to my use of toys and dolls).
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