The health food shop has started selling silicone vegan sex toys and shoppers have been left bemused, but the products are selling out and getting rave reviews. The health food shop has left shoppers bemused as they announced they would now be selling silicone corn on the cob, chilli peppers, carrots, bananas, and eggplants as part of their new range of sex toys. One woman purchased the corn on the cob by mistake and shared her confusion when she received the far-from-average vegetable - before giving it a five-star review. Let us know in the comments She wrote: "At first I was a bit surprised at what I got as I was expecting a nice cob for dinner.
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It was originally created as a healthy food for the patients of the sanitarium in which he worked, and its inception was functional: it was supposed to be healthy and deliberately bland. It seems odd that someone make a deliberately tasteless food, but it was all part of an extreme diet — promoted by his church — aimed at suppressing passion. He was a Seventh-day Adventist, a branch of Christianity which advocated a strict vegetarian diet devoid of alcohol, caffeine or meat. In addition, Kellogg was a fervent believer of abstinence and believed sex and masturbation were unhealthy and abnormal. To fight off any potential desire, he worked on ways people could curb sexual impulses including creating corn flakes, as well as a contraption which ran water through the bowel before following it with yogurt, delivered between the mouth and anus. Follow Metro across our social channels, on Facebook , Twitter and Instagram. FB house promo.
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The shopper was browsing the Holland and Barrett website when they discovered a different type of product they stock. The user was looking online for some corn on the cob for dinner and thought they had found the perfect match on the website. However, when the order arrived the shopper soon realised the item had a very different purpose than for it being eaten. The item turned out to be a vibrator, from VeganToys who specialise in making their sex toys look like vegetables. Luckily, the shopper was able to think on her feet and managed to find a use for the product, even though it wasn't going anywhere near her dinner.
Country Girls Make Do is a catchphrase based on an a sexual illustration of a woman and a corncob, implying she masturbated using an ear of corn. On August 19th, , the Facebook  account for German artist and illustrator Toni Greis posted the original image of a woman walking away from a dripping ear of corn, implying that she used it for masturbation. The image shown below received more than reactions, shares and 45 comments in three years. That day, Tumblr  user earthdad posted the image with the comment "country girls out here truly shucking corn. One week later, on August 14th, Tumblr  user weedflavoredcornchip posted a variation, placing a McDonald's french fry container over the corn and the words "nald's "McDo" over the words "Girls Make Do" in the caption. The post shown below, left received more than , notes. On August 17th, Tumblr  user postmaxed captioned a picture of a pair of triceratops corncob holders "Country girls make do. Four days later, the Tumblr  Meme Documentation archived the spread of the meme. View All Images.