Female Lube

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  1. ymile

    ymile New Member

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    I'm really dry tonight, and just want something I can use to jack (or 'jill'...whatever) off with. :clit: I have a vibrator, but I don't have any good lube. Are there any household liquids that can safely be used for female lubrication?

    I've heard cooking oil could be used, along with some other stuff, but I don't know...most of the info online I've found is for males. Help plz? ;)
     
  2. Abomb

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    go to walmart...
     
  3. ymile

    ymile New Member

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    That's not an option - no automobile.
     
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    i really wouldnt use anything other than commercial lube
     
  5. lauren

    lauren Active Member

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    are you seriously waiting around to jerk off based on the results of this thread? :hsugh:


    when i'm horny, i wait for no one. that being said, why doing you just keep it to the clit where you don't need anything more than a little spit?


    safflower oil will work too.
     
  6. ymile

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    I'm not waiting...i thought I was sleepy/ready to jack off when I originally made the thread, now I'm just in this stupid insomniac mode. This thread might as well be null and void, but thanks for the safflower oil suggestion. :)
     
  7. camo~

    camo~ I LURK

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    spit in that bitch and go to town!:hsd:
     
  8. antihero

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    hop in the shower and use some conditioner or shampoo? :dunno:
     
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    it would be nice and clean
     
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    can use baby oil too
     
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    123yenxtc New Member

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    Personally I hate oils of any kinds. The best orgasms I ever have are the ones I get when I'm in the bathtub (not shower). I turn the faucet on and let it run over my parts. Some swear by the detachable shower massage, but it's never worked for me. What's great is it's hands free and you can adjust the water force and temperature depending on what kind of faucet you have. But, it's not very environmentally conscious.

    An unscented hand lotion would work.
     
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    Butter works. :mamoru:
     
  13. GreyRS

    GreyRS Your ignorance cramps my conversation.

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    I second the olive oil.
     
  14. YourMomOnRyeBun

    YourMomOnRyeBun New Member

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    No doctor here...but what would be wrong with Vasoline? As long as your vibrator is plastic or metal (not latex) you shouldn't have a problem.

    Vasoline and condems are a big no-no because vasoline and latex don't get along very well.
     

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