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Q: Are there any Sex Toy Shops in Changsha

Looking for sex aids, vibrators etc. 

 

9 years 49 weeks ago in  General  - Changsha

 
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 You got a fridge? Open it.

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Last answer was SO funny, obviously from a very old person whose wife had a little light turn on every time she opened her legs!

chenhan:

what does it mean?am i too pure?

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Hypnos:

No that's not it. In the fridge you can find a cucumber and put some batteries in it. Here in China they grow with the vibration capability...

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every city in china has sex shops.just look for them in the right places

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Where ARE the right places??

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Haven't seen any. I've lived in Changsha for 3 years, and (not that I'm particularly looking) really haven't come across one yet. However, that doesn't mean there aren't any here. Try some of the areas around Walking Street or the bar district along WuYi Lu. Lots of stuff for sale there.

 

That being said, fresh veggie stands are everywhere...

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