Right now, thousands of people across the UK are trying to figure out how to get frisky by using items lying around the house. New data has revealed that, during the start of lockdown last month, 23, Brits were researching how to make their own sex toys and lubricants. The research, conducted by OnBuy. Now, you could argue that it was only a matter of time before someone decided to replace baking with a new, more exciting, hobby in lockdown, but really, some things are best left to the professionals. It might seem like a good idea to stick a rolling pin inside your vagina, or shove your penis into the vacuum cleaner — but let us be very clear, these are all very, very bad ideas. So is using hand sanitiser as emergency lubricant.
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