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Ann Summers Pleasure Gel

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Morrisonker | 22:18 Sat 25th Jun 2005 | Body & Soul
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I know this can be used on the genital area, but can it be used as a lubricant (like KY jelly)?  There is nothing in the tub which warns against it but just wanted to make sure :)

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How much is it and what does it do morrisonker!! And can blokes use it( :)but dont tell me misses, nod nod wink wink( :)
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It goes all tingly, warm and cold.  It's about �10 :)

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Thanks guys, but I actually need to know about this particular product, not other ones.
If it goes tingly warm and cold I wouldn't use it as a lube.

Hi

I have just ordered some of this from Ann Summers and though I have a faint idea of what its used for and does, I would like to know more from people who have tested it ect.

Would be grateful

Thanks

Clayre x

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