delve a little deeper....
I will be available in Leeds on Friday 3rd March- Sunday 6th March on a little tour. I'll be based in a lovely apartment the centre of Leeds and am taking bookings now.
I'll also be available on my own but also with Bibi of Leeds who I have had a lot of fun duo bookings in the past!
It's been ages since I did a tour so this is quite exciting and I'm also looking forward to catching up with the lovely Bibi.
Get in touch soon to secure your place! :)
You may (if you have bee a long term follower) remember back in the heady summer of 2012 I attempted to make a chocolate penis. You can read about the disaster that was here.
My guinea pig had finally recovered from the indignity of it all and agreed to another go after a dear friend of ours had sent us a new clone a willy kit. You can get one yourself from Lovehoney (the best place for sexy stuff in my opinion) here.
..The problem we had last time was that there is a only a short amount of time once you have made the mould mixture to get the willy into it. And that willy needs to be hard. To solve this problem I put the man in front of his favourite porn because me wielding a wooden spoon and a thermometer is not enough to keep him erect (I know, hard to believe!).
The first stage is to make the mould. The powder needs to be missed with water at exactly 90 degrees Fahrenheit (not Celsius! ) so I had to wait for the water to get to the right temperature.
You pour the mix into the tube and insert the cock. I overfilled it so it did overflow, if we did again I'll know not to overfill the tube, but it's good to know if you had a long willy there would be enough mixture! The overflow went all over the kitchen floor but it's easily cleaned up, doesn't stick or leave a stain so it didn't matter too much.
The cock needs to not touch the sides (if it did I could think of better places to put it! ) and it has to be held up (see pic above) for 2 minutes,
Once the 2 minutes are up you can gently pull the penis out of he tube leaving you with a nice mould.
Next you simply pour the chocolate into the mould and use the provided lolly stick to make sure the sides of the mould are coated and then leave it in.
It goes back in the freezer for a bit (I can't remember how long for I'm afraid but it's not long. You need to make sure you have the height space in the freezer and the lolly stick makes it quite tall and you don't want to put it at an angle.
You then need to make a hole in the bottom of the plastic tube (I stabbed with scissors) to release the vacuum so you can slide the mould out of the tube.
You then cut gently along the rubbery mould to release your chocolate willy!