If you find vibrating eggs in your girlfriend’s bedroom you might be wondering what on earth they are. Picture: Alibaba.com

Finding a vibrator or dildo in your girlfriend’s bedroom can often be a shock. 

You might start asking yourself some serious questions: Why does my girlfriend need this when she has me? Aren’t I good enough for her in bed? But these are completely the wrong questions to be asking. 

You should use this discovery to your benefit. After all, the type of vibrator or dildo your girlfriend has can say a lot about her preferences in bed.

The Classic Vibrator

If you find a classic vibrator, then, really, you don’t have to make too much of an effort. It means that your girlfriend loves your penis and everything you can do with it. 

The Clitoral Vibrator

If your girlfriend has one of these, then you need to put her clitoris front and centre – and really take your time with foreplay. She obviously loves having her intimate area stroked – in fact she loves being touched in general.

The G-spot Vibrator

If your girlfriend has a G-spot massager then you should really go looking for her G-spot yourself in future – if you haven’t already done so, that is. The G-spot is located on the front vaginal wall about two thirds of the way up the vaginal passage.

 Every woman is different but it is supposed to be between 2.5 and 7 centimetres behind the vaginal opening. 

Vibrating Eggs

If you find vibrating eggs in your girlfriend’s bedroom you might be wondering what on earth they are. These vibrating love eggs are inserted in the vagina and can be activated by remote control. The strength of the vibrations can be regulated, just like a normal vibrator.

The Finger Vibrator

Identifying a finger vibrator as a sex toy is no easy task – so kudos! But if your girlfriend does have one, then she may not be a fan of hard sex. 

There’s a good chance she prefers gentle seduction.

The Rabbit Vibrator

If your girlfriend uses a rabbit vibrator, then she likes – maybe even needs – to be stimulated in two ways: clitoral and vaginal. Once you know this, you can put theory into practice the next time you get it on and give your partner double the pleasure.


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