Make sure your toy is tested before you leave the store, to make sure you don't have a "dud." Steer clear of the shops that don't do this.All sales are final and you would hate paying for a NSFW paperweight.We expect uncomfortable partners or friends who get dragged along, but when they comment about how “disgusting” sex or the shop itself is, it's incredibly frustrating. Women are becoming more open to talking about and, more importantly, enjoying sex.
(Yes, that happened and is why I won't answer these questions anymore.) We’re selling sex products, not sex.
We already have to deal with middle schoolers prank calling us.
Don’t come in just to ask, “Has anyone ever bought the three-foot dildo?!
Sex toys have actual science and complicated technology behind them (material, power, cleanliness, etc.), not to mention history.
You want to learn these things from experts, not schmoes.