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  1. #31
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    Slightly OT - toys not bots...

    ...but I suspect bots are among said toys. Love the denial that these are mostly for 'export' as well as the use of 'spurts' in the title.

    Economy / China Economy
    China’s sex toy makers in growth spurt, as coronavirus lockdowns fuel global appetite
    China’s sex toy exports have increased by 50 per cent this year, according to the Shanghai-based The Paper, with sex doll exports doubling
    Lockdown measures in the US, Britain, Europe, New Zealand and Australia have led to increased demand
    Cissy Zhou
    Published: 7:30pm, 23 Jul, 2020


    China’s overall economy has staged a mild recovery since the outbreak of coronavirus, and the sex toy industry seems to have been able to enjoy a more rapid recovery since the enforced closures and lockdowns. Photo: Reuters

    Sex toy manufacturers in China have seen a surge in orders since the start of the coronavirus, marking one of a few bright spots in an economy battered by the pandemic, according to industry insiders.
    China’s economy, including its manufacturing outlook and exports, crashed at the start of the year at the height of the outbreak with the official manufacturing purchasing managers’ index plunging to an all-time low in February, while exports shrank by 17.2 per cent in January and February combined.
    The overall economy has staged a mild recovery since, and the sex toy industry seems to have been able to enjoy a more rapid recovery since the enforced closures and lockdowns, with one Shandong-based manufacturer reporting a 30 per cent increase in exports and domestic sales.
    Overseas sales manager Violet Du said Shandong-based Libo Technology had increased its production line staff by around 25 per cent to close to 400 since they returned to work at the end of February.
    Our production lines are running around the clock, and our workers are working in two shifts to meet the surging demand
    Violet Du
    France, the United States and Italy have been the most active export markets over the last four months, according to Du, although domestic sales slowed as China began to bring the coronavirus under control.
    “Our production lines are running around the clock, and our workers are working in two shifts to meet the surging demand,” Du said.
    The surge in demand is largely due to lockdown measures, added Du, with exports to the US and some European countries expected to continue to rise as virus containment measures remain in place.
    Dongguan-based manufacturer Aibei Sex Doll Company has also increased staffing levels but has been still forced to turn away orders, according to general manager Lou, who only provided his surname.
    This is a niche market in China, because the Chinese culture is relatively conservative, so all our products are export-oriented, with the US and Europe being the largest market
    General manager Lou
    Aibei produces around 1,500 sex dolls per month, with prices ranging from 2,200 yuan to 3,600 yuan, although Lou insists with a larger capacity, sales could have surged by more than 50 per cent.
    “This is a niche market in China, because the Chinese culture is relatively conservative, so all our products are export-oriented, with the US and Europe being the largest market,” Lou said.
    Large factories in Dongguan can produce around 2,000 dolls per month, with smaller factories producing around 300 to 500, although this is far below the current demand from the US and Europe, added Lou.
    China’s sex toy exports have increased by 50 per cent so far this year, according to the Shanghai-based The Paper, with exports of sex doll doubling. Sex doll exports to Italy have increased fivefold since March, when confirmed coronavirus cases began to emerge.
    Various reports also suggest demand from the US, Britain, Denmark, New Zealand, and Australia increased when lockdown measures were introduced.
    In March and April as coronavirus cases surged, Adam and Eve, a popular sex toy brand in North America, reported that their online sales had increased by around 30 per cent compared to the same period last year.
    Berlin-based sex toy maker Wow Tech Group reported in April that online sales for their We-Vibe and Womanizer brands had increased by more than 200 per cent.
    This totally redefines what 'essential worker' means...

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    Sex-bots... Omg, I would certainly try that! I general I'm that type of person who loves experiments in food/activities/sex. I had several partners, who looked at me very suspicious when I was taking a box with sex toys and so on. And once I also took a pill of priligy generika, that works exactly like viagra, the girl I was with looked at me with that face "what are you doing?". I just smiled to that face and said that she's gonna love it. We had sex for 4 hours. She keeps calling me over and over for a month already.
    Last edited by heavens000; 06-11-2021 at 03:02 PM.

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    Way to spam, heavens000

    The link has been removed. Have to admit - it gave me a chuckle.

    Meanwhile, this again is slightly OT...

    Rescuers try to retrieve 'drowned woman', turns out to be sex doll
    BY DANIAL MARTINUS
    2 DAYS, 14 HOURS



    When Japanese YouTuber Tanaka Natsuki ventured out to a pier in Hachinohe, Japan on June 18, 2021, she had only planned to make a nice fishing video for her channel.

    Little did she know when she arrived at the pier, a major rescue operation was underway. Apparently a 'drowned woman' had been spotted in the water by onlookers, who rushed to call the fire department to fish her body out.

    When the Japanese conduct any major rescue, they do it right. They bring the entire cavalry with them paramedics, the fire department, and police officers. Obviously, with the presence of a lot of emergency vehicles, more onlookers were attracted to the scene of the 'accident'.

    What started out as a mission to retrieve a dead body from the water turned out to be a 'garbage' collection exercise.
    You see, it wasn't some woman's dead body floating in the water, fortunately. It was someone's abandoned sex doll.


    IMAGE: @nachangagaga / Twitter
    I thought it was a floating human body but was later informed it was a sex doll," Natsuki wrote in her tweet. "It seems that someone misunderstood the situation and reported it, and the police, fire, and emergency departments all showed up."

    Show up, they did:


    IMAGE: @nachangagaga / Twitter
    Natsuki playfully reports, "The wife was rescued safely". With that amount of rescue personnel, I would hope so.

    Twitter user @VoW_wheeeeeeeee also talked about the little incident, commending Japanese rescue workers for their hard work, despite the 'victim' only being an inanimate object.

    "At Hachinohe! Illegal dumping of oversized garbage," @VoW_wheeeeeeeee writes. "Thank you, emergency services, for your hard work."

    Authorities suspect the previous owner of the sex doll did not want others to know they even had one in the first place. And so, they resorted to dumping it in the water instead of going through the proper disposal channels.

    According to Japanese media outlet SoraNews24, there's actually a dedicated service to 'part ways' with your love doll. Or rather, it's a funeral.
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  4. #34
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    The link has been removed. Have to admit - it gave me a chuckle.

    Meanwhile, this again is slightly OT...
    It really looks like a drowning girl for me... What a misleading one...

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