Love Design: If Pottery Barn sold dildoes

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Fast Company has a few images of products that will be shown off in Milan at “Love Design“, an exhibition of sex toys that subtly integrate into household items.

I wonder if that’s a North American or Euro plug.

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10 Responses to Love Design: If Pottery Barn sold dildoes

  1. OM says:

    …The real question is when Ikea will start carrying these as part of their PR0N and STUFITT lines.

  2. error404 says:

    Oooh lots of used sex toys secreted in the furniture.

    and that “secreted” can be seen 2 ways.

  3. karrock says:

    Looks more Ikea than Pottery Barn…

  4. pork musket says:

    Looks more like an air filter than a lamp. It is supposed to be a lamp?

  5. TJ S says:

    Thanks for the punchline. Now I get to spend the next 20 minutes cleaning soda off the monitor & keyboard.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Ba DUM PHISH!

  7. ZoopyFunk says:

    Mr. J, if you ever are unfortunate enough to find yourself in Springfield(Springtucky, actually) stop by Castle Superstore. Its the Powell Books of Toy stores. Then cross the river back into Eugene before the faces of meth crew finds you.

  8. nehpetsE says:

    This lamp isn’t rated on amazon.

    Does that mean its gay?

    “Not rated on amazon” is new euphemism.

  9. strider_mt2k says:

    -and now here’s something you’ll REALLY like:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65t-OzhlmvE

  10. GeekMan says:

    Joel- What I want to is: What’s the difference?

    Higher voltage?

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