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Pipedream 3Some Rock N Ride Review

When I was given the opportunity to review the 3Some Rock N Ride , I was stoked! I'm really intrigued with finding the perfect DP toy that I could use solo or with partnered sex. This luxury toy sounded like it would be a great mix of what I had already experienced with the 3Some Total Ecstasy, but with slightly different shapes and potential improvements. The Rock N Ride would have a neat little handle to allow you to position the toy and make it move without having to just grind on it. I liked how the anal stimulator was smaller and tapered, because not every time do I want to insert a fuller anal plug right at the get-go, even if it does feel good once in. Sometimes I'm more in the mood for anal teasing instead of the filled up feeling, and the beaded anal plug would do just that. The G-spot stimulator is of similar shape to the 3Some Total Ecstasy, so I knew it would feel good without question. What I was most excited about was the ribbed clitoral stimulator mo
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