Valentine’s Day Gift Last-Minute Ideas: Send a Virtual Blow Job

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A website called CamSoda is offering a service where people can send a virtual blow job to their loved ones for Valentine’s Day 2017. While this may sound tempting to those who are in a long distance relationship, someone who actually tried it shared what it was like to try the service. Read on and find out if this service fits your discerning taste or you would rather pass.

CamSoda made available a service dubbed as “BJ My Valentine.” The service gives users the option to personalize the kind of virtual blow job they would want their partners to receive. An interactive program called Kiiroo Onyx can make the techniques go from “Fast Suction” to “Deep Throat.” The program can also make the experience longer-lasting or quick but satisfying. CamSoda will then send a video after a customer chose the kind of sensation his or her partner wants to experience. This video, connected to the Kiroo Onyx, will provide the visual representation of the customized blow job which the receiver can watch while the virtual fellatio is ongoing.

As tempting as it may sound, someone said that the actual experience of receiving the virtual blow job is something that could be describe as bland. Writing for Engadget, Daniel Cooper describes his experience. “[Sex] with the Onyx isn’t all that sexy. In fact, ‘sex’ with the Onyx is like listening to music while underwater. You’re aware that something’s happening, but all you get is a murky echo and a sense of frustration that quickly spirals into boredom. After that, there’s very little reason to continue,” he wrote.

Valentine’s Day Gift Last-Minute Ideas

For those who would rather go the traditional path, a surprise bubble bath prepared with essential oils and bath salts also make a perfect Valentine’s Day gift. For the men in the house, it will not hurt if you can instead do the house chores for this special day. A surprise breakfast in bed with the classic hand-written love letter never gets old too.

People Are Now Spending Less for Valentine’s Day, Data Suggests

A survey from the National Retail Federation and Prosper Insights and Analytics shows that people are now unenthusiastic to spend for Valentine’s gifts. People spent a total of $19.7 billion in 2016. This is 7.6 percent less than the estimated $18.2 billion to be spent today.

The survey noted that for 2017, people are planning to just give their loved ones candy and the traditional greeting cards. Based on the number of people who participated in the survey, 49.7 percent said they prefer giving candy while 46.9 percent prefers greeting cards. A majority also chose to just have a dinner date over giving flowers. The survey also revealed that less people now planned to spend on jewelry. Moreover, 40 percent of consumers prefer attending a sporting event or outdoor adventure while only 24 percent express the desire to give gifts for Valentine’s Day, Deborah Weinswig, a contributor for Forbes, said.

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