New meaning of in box?
And I would hate to have a dildo in mine!
A pre-Easter email from marketing bods at Amazon.co.uk raised the hackles of one Reg reader with its subject line: "Bonking like a Spring Bunny? Rampant Rabbits from £17.50 at Amazon.co.uk." The Rampant Rabbit is not, we are reliably informed, an actual Easter Bunny. The email arrived complete with eye-watering pictures of " …
this is a link to a 'male pleasure sleeve' found not in the 'sex & sensation' shop but in the DIY shop! well i supose it is kinda!
Several years ago, I bought a copy of Red Hat Enterprise Linux through Amazon.
Soon afterwards, I received an email from an Amazon market-droid suggesting, based on my previous purchases, that I might like to buy a copy of Windows XP.
I was so angry that I emailed a complaint back to Amazon. What kind of sicko deviant do they think I am?
Coincidence or not, but a while ago I used to have "erotic photography" books recommended to me all the blimming time by Amazon (on site, not in emails), when I have never purchased or even looked at anything even remotely related. Used to annoy the hell out of me when I'd need to show my girlfriend something. The recommendation feature seems to behave itself these days though. And I'm not even living with my girlfriend at the moment!
I have purchased from amazon before, and shopped with my daughter on amazon but I do not wish my daughter to have possible access to sex toy images on amazon by accident when she is searching for other toys and books. I have bought sex toys online myself and think amazon should leave selling sex toys to dedicated sites like www. soundsnaughty .com or one of the other dedicated sex toy websites. It is a dangerous mix to have adult products on a site that has all age groups using that site.
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