Toys in Babeland

There is a sex toy store in Seattle that has a clever name, “Toys in Babeland”.  They have an online presence too.  I had heard people talk about the store and figured it must be something pretty special.  I have visited a couple times now, the most recent must have been a couple years or so ago.  Barb and I were disappointed.  It had a very poor selection.  Their online store is much better and I subscribe to their email list which is kind of cool.  I just got a mailing from them today, visited their website, and thought I would share a few things:

It’s extremely rare that I find occasion to legitimately mix sex with guns.  I don’t care to see scantily clad or naked women (or men) with guns as some people do.  Guns and sex are just two completely different aspects of my life and I don’t generally see activities with one as being connected in any way to the other.  However, this is one occasion where I can see the benefit of a connection between the two.  You see, an added benefit of getting the Pocket Rocket name out there as a vibrator is that it makes it all the easier to make fun of the anti-gun governor of Illinois Rod Blagojevich who refers to small handguns as “pocket rockets”.

3 thoughts on “Toys in Babeland

  1. Joe,

    I just gotta say: you are one weird dude. When I passed that stupid meme on, with the smartass comment about your Styx LP collection, I meant no offense. But I didn’t expect you’d pretty much say you don’t care for music.

    Regardless, see you in a couple of months. Can’t fucking wait actually.

    Thanks,

    Benjamin

  2. I wasn’t offended in the slightest about the Styx comment.

    Now your telling me that I’m weird… that I could be offended by. 😉

    Just what is it that makes you think I’m weird?

  3. Joe,

    It’s not that I think you are abherrant in thought or action. It’s just that I’ve learned more about battery-operated gadgets that get inserted into human orifices than I have about guns over the last several months.

    Not that there’s anythin wrong with that.

    And I still suspect you may be a closet Styx fan.

    Regards,

    Ben

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