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Re: Janine the Lab assistant!

Posted: Sat Nov 28, 2015 4:50 pm
by Mora
threarah wrote:Oh the little squirts would make for the best, but most expensive drinking straws ever xD

Would almost be worth the expense if I didn't just know my friends would fail to see why sipping their Mai Tai through a fantasy dick is such a great idea :unamused:

Re: Janine the Lab assistant!

Posted: Wed Dec 09, 2015 1:16 am
by Sandpaper
Dildo music: Early testing
Percussion

http://videos.toypics.net/view/4891/medium-kelvin-used-as-drumstick/

Success: 3/5
Puerility: 5/5
Hilarity: 5/5
Slapstick humour: 100/5

The medium Kelvin with suctioncup has a distinct sound, easily differentiable from any other drumstick on the market today. Most drumsticks aim to be long, thin, and very stiff. While Kelvin is both long and in medium firmness he is fairly short and extremely soft in comparison to his wooden counterparts, he is also a lot heavier.
With his suctioncup he will stick to the topskin of the drum after the initial strike. Coupled with his mass and floppyness this acts as a very effective dampener, effectively silencing the top skin of the drum. Further studies investigating dragon cocks use as a dampener are sugested.
He also requires a slightly alterd playing style to what most drummers currently use. This may or may not be investigated in further studies of Dildo music.

The Slapstick value tho... :nomnom:

Also if someone could help me out on how to embed these vids I'd be grateful

Re: Janine the Lab assistant!

Posted: Tue Dec 15, 2015 11:12 am
by Start
Oberic wrote:
Start wrote:I decided it was time to recreate some experiments to see if the results of my tests fit with the originals. You know, to ensure consistency..
But as you'll see, I had some difficulty with the Nox lamp experiment. First it was a total failure, then with a LOT of help from lab hand Woody we made some progress until finally Nox got the balancing act on his own. Conclusion: more testing required with models other than Nox, or maybe the issue is just silicone firmness.
I did however, discover a new category to be measured: Quantifiable Frustration, which in this case was through the roof (or a solid 10/10) I was ready to pitch Nox out the window. And the lamp shade.

Woah.. that Nox lamp.. the end half of the shaft is the exact same colors as my Natascha... assuming that was a frankenpour, they may have used the extra silicone from my Natascha to make that.
When did you order it?


Hey sorry for the delay, I don't sign on much here anymore. I placed the order for that Nox on March 14, 2014.

Here's the sales photo of him.

fancyboy.jpg

Re: Janine the Lab assistant!

Posted: Wed Dec 23, 2015 12:04 pm
by Oberic
Start wrote:Hey sorry for the delay, I don't sign on much here anymore. I placed the order for that Nox on March 14, 2014.

Here's the sales photo of him.

fancyboy.jpg

My Natascha order was placed in late August, 2013. So it's possible that they're related. :P