FourFour Two: Why the ‘best sex toys’ for the average user are actually the most useless

FourFour2: The best sex toys for the rest of us?

article We’re still debating how to categorise sex toys and why we’re all so obsessed with them, but here are four of the best sex toy reviews we could find, as compiled by us and from our own experience.

These reviews are a good starting point for anyone looking to find the best vibrators for their tastes, but there’s also a whole bunch of other sex toys you can buy.1.

Fleshlight Pro – £29.99 (£25 in the UK)1.

The Pro is one of the few sex toys that’s actually actually good at its job.

It’s got a nice, round tip that feels good in the hand and it’s incredibly comfortable.

However, it has a tendency to clump in your hand when you rub it against your clit and when it’s resting on the underside of your clavicle, making it feel a little awkward.

The vibration can feel quite intense, but you can turn it off if you don’t need the vibration to happen.

The buttons are easy to press and have a satisfying click.

The base of the Pro is made from silicone so you can use it as a sex toy for yourself or as a vibrator for a partner.

There’s a rechargeable battery and the Pro doesn’t come with a charger, so you’ll need to buy one separately.

The only drawback is that the Pro only comes with a silicone tip which makes it difficult to keep it in place.

It also doesn’t include a clitoral ring so if you’re planning to use the Pro for anal play you’ll have to get one of those separately.

However if you have a partner, this is a great option.

If you don´t want to spend a lot of money on a sex toys kit, this could be a fantastic option for you.