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The insertable portion is larger than I expected. Some dimensions in the product description would be useful. I don't have anything to measure it with, but the tip is bigger than my smallest butt plug. It's also hard plastic (yep! the only part that's silicone is the bulb at the other end), so it's pretty unforgiving material to be shoving up your ass. I was relaxed, putting it in slowly and used PLENTY of lube, but I still somehow ended up bleeding a little.
Another major problem with this product is that the bulb doesn't screw on or anything, it just pops on over a little ridge in the plastic. This means that it also pops OFF very easily. Remember how anything you put in your butt is always supposed to have a large base so that it doesn't just slip all the way in, necessitating a trip to the emergency room? Once the bulb pops off, this is no longer something I'd feel was safe to put in one's ass. Also, since it's of course slippery once you've got a little lube in, there's no way to grip it when inserting it without either squeezing the bulb and shooting liquid out before you even get it in, or popping the bulb off and having to start all over. Seriously, I tried four times without succeeding.
I ordered this because I trusted Come As You Are to be selling a high-quality, safe product. Nope! It's poorly designed, made mainly of hard plastic, doesn't meet the basic safety requirements for anything you put in your ass, and it came in a package that described it as a "novelty only". Very disappointing.
It's not particularly sexy, but it more or less works (except when the bulb pops off).
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It's hard to squeeze the bulb in any meaningful way without it popping off; it's possible but tricky. Not having to clean threads is nice, though, and I get that hygienically it's a better idea.
The holes can be a bit scratchy along the edges but using a thicker (i.e. gross drug store) lube solves that problem for me and this problem seems common with anything that has the holes.
I do like how easy it is to clean and I find the size/density of the insertable piece fine. I'm not personally worried about losing it up anywhere if/when the bulb falls off.
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