Today’s podcast I am talking about Fetish Fantasy Series Mini Nipple Plungers. I’m thrilled to say that I have signed up with Wicked Butterfly. An adult website that has given me the opportunity to be an affiliate and a reviewer for them. Today I briefly review these Mini Nipple Plungers. Please note that I am discussing a sex toy product, an adult novelty. This podcast ma contain material that is not suitable for those under the age of 18.
[Disclaimer: I received this product at a discounted or complimentary price for reviewing purposes. This will not influence my opinion or experience of this product. The blog post may or may not contain affiliate links]
1. Do you obsess over having an orgasm during partner sex? Are you disappointed if you do not orgasm?
2. Why are you into gay porn?
3. Why aren’t you into gay porn?
4. Do you use drugs to have or enhance sex? (Yes, alcohol is a drug).
5. Do you believe that you are much more sexually open-minded/risky/kinky than most of your previous partners and friends?
Bonus: Do you believe in ethical non-monogamy, even if it isn’t right for you? Why or Why not?
I have Amazon Prime, so it was only two days until the headphones arrived in the mail.
A few highlights of the review
Having to hold the on/off button. Trying to figure out when the headphones are in “pairing mode.” According to the instructions there is a 2.5 second hold.
I tried to answer an incoming call by responding “Yes” however the headphones didn’t answer. I ended up pushing the call button to answer. I did like that the “voice commands” told me “incoming call” gave the phone number. I really like this feature. There is no option to turn off the voice commands, which is fine by me.
The headphones are comfortable to wear.
Included in this purchase was the charging cable, headphones, four extra ear bud covers and clip.
I will be writing a full review on my main website page.
Thanks for listening….
[Disclaimer: I received the product complimentary or at a discounted price for reviewing purposes. My review is not influenced by a discounted or complimentary price. The review is based solely on my personal experience * knowledge of the product. The blog post may or may not contain affiliate links]
I used to love doing podcasts on the go. However, I stopped doing it. Since it’s getting to be warmer out, I’d like to be able to start again. I would like to be able to record and use a podcasting app while taking a walk. I ordered the MLVOC Lavalier Lapel Microphone. This way I didn’t feel that I would have to hold my phone close to my face to talk, something different from using the standard iPhone earbuds/microphone.
The sound quality wasn’t what I had expected. At times the sound quality sounded as if I was far away, in a tunnel or talking through a tube. I noticed that when I moved around while the microphone was clipped onto me that the sound quality varied. Yes, at times it did sound like something you here on TV reporters/interviewers. You can listen to my podcast in while I use the microphone the entire time and the sound quality changes a few times during recording.
I had to remove my iPhone case because the microphone wouldn’t plug-in to the headphone jack because it was too big. Then I needed a jack splitter to use the microphone and headphones together.
That was really the only thing I wasn’t to thrilled with. But at times the quality was better than others. Perhaps if someone is more tech savvy than I am, can play around with the sound quality during editing a podcast, than the microphone would be worth the purchase. However, I do not do any of that post recording editing. I just click record, save then upload.
Super easy to use. There were no instructions included. You just plug the microphone into the headphone jack of your iPhone.
This microphone is stated to be compatible with other smartphones, however I only tested & used it with my iPhone 6s.
The MLVOC Lavalier Lapel Microphone has an about 4 1/2 feet cord.
The clip-on of the microphone is steady and tight. You can clip it on to pretty much any article of clothing. There is a straight side and a jagged side of the clip for a secure hold.
There are two windscreen/sponge caps for the head of the microphone. The microphone is omnidirectional (which means it will pick up sounds from all directions). The caps help against wind interference and other sounds.
There is a soft drawstring travel bag included to store the microphone when not in use.
The price was reasonable at $12.95
The MLVOC Lavalier Lapel Microphone serves it purpose. It’s easy to use, great little portable gadget to have for recording audio on your iPhone. You can listen to my podcast and judge for yourself. I had it clipped to my shirt as I recorded it.
I noticed that during the making of the podcast that when I moved the splitter cord around the sound quality changed from sounding far away to sounding a bit more crisp & clearer. However when I bent over to pick up the windscreen for the mic the quality of sound changed back to sounding far away again. I don’t regret ordering this little gadget for an addition to my podcasting equipment.
[Disclaimer: I received this product complimentary for testing & reviewing purposes. The blog post may contain affiliate links]
I recently experienced my first internet troll on Instagram. I upload some of my adult photos on Instagram, which I’ve mentioned in the past. However, I have not experienced any negative comments from anyone until now.
I was going about my daily routine. I have not made any rude comments on photos, although I will be honest and admit to thinking to myself “OMG how did that photo get more likes than mine when she looks like that?” That’s the horrible ugly side of me. We all have that in us, don’t act like I’m the only one.
I know that not all my photos are beautiful, but wtf?! I shared two that the troll left her toxic spew on.
I am fascinated by her behavior and had to do some research into what motivates someone to do this.
I basically found out that they fell into a few areas of some sort of personality disorder or having a sense of inadequacy or just being a simple bully. No matter what area she falls into, bottom line there is something mentally wrong with her.
I hope you enjoy listening to my podcast about my first internet troll experience. It’s longer than normal. Let me know what you think.
OH. And excuse the mess, the page is a work in progress.