A new internet-connected sex toy has been developed that provides users with real-time updates on the status of their food deliveries.
Called Grubuzz, Camsoda’s toy uses vibration to provide users with updates on their eating status.
The frequency and intensity of the vibrations start slowly and increase as the drive progresses.
The sex toy system works by connecting a specially curated email and then logging into the food delivery platform the user chooses.
The vibration would then begin as soon as the delivery was placed.
In a statement, Daryn Parker, vice president of CamSoda said:
“People have been stuck in their homes for over a year now. They got used to regularly ordering takeout from their favorite restaurants. Quarantine cravings are real, as is the COVID-19 food delivery boom.
“In addition to the increase in food delivery, there has been an increase in the use of teledildonics. At CamSoda, we thought we would combine these popular activities and produce technology that allows people to relax while their food delivery order is prepared and ultimately delivered.
“With Grubuzz, not only will your mouth water while processing your order, but your private parts too. What better way to eat some of your favorite foods than after you have climaxed ?! ”
The initial product launch is for women only, but a men’s version is expected to arrive later this year.
In related news, a son who sued his parents for dumping his porn collection won his court case.
The 42-year-old in the United States has asked for £ 18,487 in damages after his parents got rid of his ‘porn treasure and line of sex toys’.