My job has had me traveling all over the world for the last twenty years and I really enjoy it. Because I am never in one spot long enough for any serious relationships I came up with a hobby. I collect sex toys.
I have dildos that are over 500 years old. Collecting them is just the half of the fun because I also use them. I get a thrill using a sex toy that once was owned by royalty. I try to imagine where the toy could have been while I'm inserting it into my vagina. I have dildos made from glass, ivory, stone and wood. I also own vibrators that are over a hundred years old. There is one that was sold by Sears & Roebuck in 1918. There is another one that was used in the late 1800's by doctors to treat women's hysteria. I envision a doctor using it on me as I as I feel its vibrations between my thighs.
I enjoy shopping for them also. I have been to many sex shops and antique shops. Some of the toys are hard to spot because they were made to look like something else so that discreet women could hide them out in the open. I have a few sets of very interesting candle holders. In this one antique store this sales lady caught on to what I was looking for by the items that had attracted my attention. She showed me this glass ear of corn with fabric husks. She pulled off the husks and then it became obvious what it was. She whispered to me that the little bumps from the corn kernels would feel heavenly and I blushed. Yes, she was correct about the corn, it made me cum three times the first time I used it. Then there are all those figurines.
I have found this one dildo made of green glass. It comes in a small mahogany chest with the words 'EL PENE VERDE DE LA LUZ' written in gold on the lid. When the shop owner held it up into the sunlight the dildo glowed and filled the room with this beautiful green light. I told the shop owner that I had to have it and how much was it worth. He told me that it didn't have a price, but that I could have it for free if I could figure out this riddle.
This is the riddle 'After the bliss to the end the pain, thrice into the darkness with no shame. All to the hilt or never the task, in the emerald glow forever you will bask.'
I couldn't figure the riddle out. I asked him again if he would sell it. He told me to come back when I can answer the riddle in front of him and then it would mine to keep. I have no clue. Maybe someday I will find the answer.