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Last Thursday, I saw my first real-life vibrator. In an attempt to share some drinks and laughs with the girls, my roommates and I decided to host our own adult-toy party and invite any of our friends who had a sense of humor. We drank too much, laughed too hard, and walked away with an empty wallet, and a night none of us will ever forget.
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