A new internet-connected sex toy has been developed that offers users real-time updates on the status of their food deliveries.
Called Grubuzz, the toy by Camsoda uses vibrations to offer users updates on their food status.
The vibration frequency and intensity starts off slowly and increases as progress is made with the order.
The sex toy system works by connecting a special curated email and then logging in to the user’s chosen food delivery platform.
The vibration would then start as soon as the delivery was placed.
In a statement, Daryn Parker, Vice President of CamSoda said:
“People have been stuck at home for over a year now. They have grown accustomed to ordering takeout food from their favourite restaurants regularly. Quarantine cravings are real and so too is the COVID-19 delivery food boom.
“In addition to the rise in food delivery, there has been a spike in teledildonic usage. Here at CamSoda we figured we’d combine these popular activities and produce a technology that gets people off while their food delivery order is being prepared and ultimately delivered.
“With Grubuzz, not only will your mouth be watering while your order is being processed, but so too will your private parts. What better way to eat some of your favourite food than after you’ve orgasmed?!”
The initial product launch is for females only but a male version is due to arrive later this year.
In related news, a son who sued his parents for throwing away his porn collection won his case in court.
The 42-year-old man in the USA asked for £18,487 in damages after his parents got rid of his “trove of pornography and array of sex toys.”