Addendum to Call Me

So it appears that I am a little behind with my Call Me post.  I received a few links to some rather interesting products out there worth trying.

Anyone know how I can become a Guinea Pig?


Happy Ride

Vibrating Bicycle Seat (Currently available)

Lanthie Ransom

Call Me!

Woman can be weird.  And I am no different.  There are little things that make me laugh or giggle and my phone is one of them.

I now have an iPhone 5 – battery life seriously sucks on it so I have gotten into the habit of plugging it into a power source when driving.  All the little compartments in my car are full of various bits of crap like keys / coins / kids phones and other tidbits.

So I tend to plug it in an stick it between my legs while driving.

And then when my phone rings, well, you can just imagine the look on my face (oooh, I’m vibrating!)

So I had this idea – thought I would create an app that well, makes me smile on command if you know what I mean (wink wink).

Thought that if I was going to take this seriously, I would have to do some research and see what other apps are out there.  So I went onto the App store and searched for the term “Vibrator”.  I came across 131 of them.

I downloaded a few FREE ones (in the name of research) and thought I would tell you about them.

iVibe Massage Lite

Tap screen once to start the vibrations.  Makes a hell of a noise.  Yeah, wasn’t too impressed with it.  You can upgrade to the full version for a fee, maybe that comes with more control.


Oh yeah!  Liked this one…..Touch with 1, 2 or 3 fingers to start the vibrations.  The effect was great – will be trying this one a few more times.

Hot Massage

Ok – I paid for this one – looked too good to miss.  This one didn’t do anything different to what any of the free versions did – it vibrated, that was it!


Paid for this one too.  It has a slider that you can move up or down to vary the vibrations – nice feature.  Very simple and easy to use.


This one looked interesting – Says you can send “buzzes” to your friends phones.  Tap buzz to make your friends phone buzz.  Looked like a nice feature so I downloaded it.   Couldn’t figure out how to use it and gave up after 20 seconds.

Others that looked interesting:

3D Color Viibrate Stick

Think you need to buy the “appliance” and download the app to make it work – May add this to my Christmas list!


This one also has an “appliance” that you buy and control with your phone.  mmmm – Must look out for it to try!

Can’t say any of them are “mind blowing” and left me little disappointed and despondent.  Not sure I will be writing that app after all.  None of them really did anything more than receiving a call will do – so CALL ME!

Lanthie Ransom

Vibrators and Finger Massagers

I have been married for quite a while now and Hubby and I have had our fair share of “toys” in the bedroom. We have a secret stash of P-O-R-N, lubricants, vibrators etc.
My kids have never been the exploring type and we are fairly open and honest. There are no taboo topics which we don’t discuss with them. We encourage talk about sex, nudity etc etc. However there are certain things which we don’t disclose to the kids – our secret stash is of course one of those things.
I keep my vibrators in the bottom draw of my nightstand and the rest is kept elsewhere in the bedroom.
When my first 2 sons were much younger – I think they were around 9 and 6 years old, we went though a period where we spent quite a lot of time in the bedroom as a family – I had just given birth to son no 3 and it was the middle of winter so it was easier to keep the bedroom warm and just hang out there in the evenings. 
So one evening son no 1 and 2 were playing on the floor and hubby and I were watching TV in the bedroom. All of a sudden son no 2 says “What’s this mommy?”

Of course he was holding up my vibrator. Back in those days we did not have all the funny shapes and sizes we have today – they were fairly boring and flesh coloured. So I said the first thing that came to mind – “It is my finger massager”.

Hubby and I froze waiting for a reaction from son no 1 and 2.  
Son no 2 bent back over and put it back in the draw and said “Oh”. And that was the end of the conversation.
Both of them were happy with my explanation, they didn’t ask for any more information and we of course did not volunteer any more. 
It wasn’t until many years later when they were in their late teens when it suddenly dawned on Son no 2 what it was and we had a really good laugh about it. It still comes up occasionally at family gatherings.

(Reblogged from one of my 2012 posts)