New Sex Toy Means That Vacuuming Doesn't Have To Suck

We love multi-purpose appliances—especially when one of those purposes is getting us off. Such is the case with Vortex Vibrations: A plastic device made to fit on the end of a vacuum cleaner hose that concentrates the airflow to "create a rapid and gentle vibration." And supposedly, using the Vortex enables one to not only climax in 10 seconds, but orgasm over and over again, without the device even touching the skin. Since necessity is the mother of invention, our dirty minds were wondering whose mother invented this sucker. Turns out it was Joanne Drysdale, a 49-year-old divorcee from Utah who got the idea when she became turned on by watching the vibration of the nozzle on her vacuum cleaner. But to be fair, she hadn't had sex in 15 years.

I'm Vacuum Screaming [The Sun]
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