& # 39; I just bought my first toy & # 39 ;: mommy left a red face after accidentally posting a very embarrassing message in her Facebook mother group
- A mother's message about her recent & # 39; purchase & # 39; is posted on a mother's page
- The mother announced that she had just bought her first sex toy and received a gift
- Her exchange, which has since been viral, has the mother & # 39; bullet mom & # 39; called
A mother has been left behind after accidentally posting about her recent purchase of sex toys in a Facebook parenting group.
A screenshot of the mother's exchange was shared on Instagram by New Zealand comedian Urzila Carlson, who subtitled her post: & # 39; When you accidentally post about your & # 39; bullet & # 39 ;.
The thread begins with the mother's remark that she just got her & # 39; first toy & # 39; has purchased and received a free bullet (a small hand vibrator) before she asked: & is the same a bullet? & # 39 ;.
She is relieved of further embarrassment after a person signed up by saying & # 39; I think the wrong post is beautiful & # 39 ;.
The accidental confusion revealed that the woman had posted on the & # 39; children's Facebook page on boulders & # 39; – a blunder that has since become an internet sensation to her and the nickname & # 39; bullet mum & # 39; deserves.
New Zealand comedian Urzila Carlson shared a screenshot of this post (photo) posted by a mother who revealed that she had just bought her first sex toy
Appreciate the error of & # 39; bullet mom & # 39; s & # 39; along with her revelation that she was excited to buy her first sex toy, struck thousands.
Comments were quick to say they thought the entire exchange & # 39; fantastic & # 39 ;, & # 39; gold & # 39; and said it was the best thing they had seen on the internet this week & # 39 ;.
One person said the woman's inclusion & # 39; the best response ever & # 39; was and reminded her to have & # 39; have fun and frankly you can never have enough & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Oopsies & # 39 ;: A mother who was enthusiastic about buying her first sex toy accidentally shared her news with the Facebook page of a pet rock drawing for children (stock image)
According to the suppliers of pleasure for adults, lOVEHONEY, Australia is the only country where women buy more sex toys than men.
In a survey of 400,000 people from six countries, including Germany, Britain, France, Canada and America, it was revealed that women in Australia made up 52 percent of sex toy buyers.
Brisbane residents bought the most sex toys – according to the survey, twice as many toys as those in Darwin and Hobart
Sydney is number four, with 8.3 sex toy purchases for every 1,000 people.
A bullet (photo) is a small portable battery-powered vibrator – one that can be used alone or with a partner
Healthy sexuality advocate is Australian sexologist Dr Nikki Goldstein, an expert who believes that & # 39; happy people are horny people & # 39 ;.
She firmly believes in the advantage of sex toys and says that in the course of her career she has used enough to be able to advise others on what she is assessing.
Among her list of top five devices is the bullet vibrator, a sex toy that according to her & # 39; is small and quiet, but always hits the right place & # 39 ;.
& # 39; You can use a bullet vibe yourself, or in the palm of your partner, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; There are plenty on the market, but my absolute faves are Tango from We-Vibe (which has a beating in terms of power) or the vibrating bullet from Durex's Play Delight (a cheaper option). 39;
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