New Review - The TWISTED TENTACLES from John Thomas Toys

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New Review - The TWISTED TENTACLES from John Thomas Toys

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I consider myself very lucky and I think I do have the best job in the world. I got to review another set of John Thomas Toys dildos. This time it was a fantasy dildo called Twisted Tentacles (for obvious reasons). I really enjoy the texture on this one and thrusting with it feels amazing, the only downside is cleaning is a bit trickier than a regular dildo due to the textures.

You can grab one from - John Thomas Toys

Or check out my full review here - Twisted Tentacles Review
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Re: New Review - The TWISTED TENTACLES from John Thomas Toys

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Hi Joanne,

Thanks for all the great reviews, especially of the JTT stuff!

I recently got a Godzillaz and a Barbarian both medium size, medium firmness, and they're amazing! Both are within/at my limit for anal play, and I'm looking for something that's going to stretch me up to the next level. After much checking of dimensions, I'm thinking of getting the Twisted Tentacles and the Conka plug in both in Large.

However, I'm not sure what firmness would be best given that I'm sizing these as a challenge for me. I've already got a Square Peg Egg XL in SuperSoft that I can wear for extended periods. The firmness of that seems to be similar to the Barbarian and Godzillaz, but that's just through squeezing them by hand.

There's a few reviews around saying that JTT soft toys are just too soft, and that they can't be inserted easily/won't stand up, but I think that for "challenge" toys the softest option might have an easier "learning curve". However with the increased girth of silicone in their construction, the same medium firmness may feel much firmer than the two JTT toys I currently have.

I notice that a lot of the bigger JTT toys you review seem to be in soft, and you've never commented negatively on that. I really want to feel the texture as well as the stretch, so would that be your recommendation here?

(By the way, a side by side review of JTT soft and medium firmness toys would be really interesting!)

Thanks,
Cienna

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