A series of incredibly detailed Amazon reviews for a vibrator has Twitter users clamoring to buy the device, which one woman claimed cured her depression.
The $43.99 clitoral sucking vibrator by Tracy’s Dog is an Amazon bestseller with 242 reviews, 90 per cent of which have five-star ratings. An enthusiastic fan gushed that she ‘died, resurrected, died again’ thanks to the device.
‘This is a weapon. It cured my depression, I don’t go to therapy anymore,’ she wrote. ‘I was walking from side to side after I finished using this thing.’
She added: ‘You’ll feel like you just had your best d**k appointment ever. Trust me. Best believe you will never see me frown ever again. My life has completely changed. Have a blessed day.’
After reading the woman’s review, Twitter user @kiaraddavis_ couldn’t resist posting a screenshot of it, writing: ‘Yalllll this lady said this vibrator cured her depression.’
She also posted a review from another satisfied customer who said the vibrator almost killed her — in a good way.
‘Okay, so when you first use this thing I would be very wary of the settings,’ she warned. ‘I really like clitoral stimulation, but I nearly broke my vagina, lol.
‘I’ve had powerful orgasms before, but I’ve never had eyes rolling back into my head, can’t breathe, life flashing before my eyes orgasms before and that was only using the 4th setting. I was afraid that if I went any higher I would meet my maker,’ she added.
According to Amazon, the waterproof vibrator ‘comes with 10 vibration modes and 10 suctions modes, including multiple power levels and pulsating patterns.’
The reviewer went on to advise fellow customers to play with the intensity of the settings to find out what works for them.
‘You may think you can ride out your orgasm in setting 10, but you’ll see what I’m talking about when you can’t move and the sky opens up above you,’ she said.
‘I think there needs to be some smoother transitions between settings. Whoever made this clearly loves women and is my soulmate.’
Even the product description warns that the vibrator isn’t for the faint of heart.
‘Just like sex, you should start off slow and gentle to help set the mood and give your body time to adjust,’ it reads.
The tweet shared by @kiaraddavis_ went viral, and many took to the comments section to say they were buying the vibrator right away.
‘So for a small price of $43.99 I too can cure my depression & meet my maker? BET,’ one woman tweeted.
Another added: ‘I’ve never purchased something so fast.’
There were plenty of people who were in hysterics over the comical reviews and shared their favorite lines.
‘”You will never see me frown again” I’m sold,’ one woman wrote.
Then there were fans of the vibrator who swore all of the positive reviews of the device are true.
‘I caved in when this first went viral and I bought it. I can wholeheartedly say that none of the reviews are exaggerating,’ a woman named Jada wrote.
‘I have the toy with just the clitoral suction. Believe me. The s**t can cure anything,’ someone else tweeted.