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People Are Very Confused About These 'NSFW' Travel Accessories

Gregory Robinson

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People Are Very Confused About These 'NSFW' Travel Accessories

Featured Image Credit: Facebook/Shutterstock

With more people looking to travel this summer, one Facebook user posted what they thought was an innocent perfume bottle for travellers. However people in the comments thought it was something very NSFW.

Many Facebook users thought the bottles were something NSFW (Credit: Facebook)
Many Facebook users thought the bottles were something NSFW (Credit: Facebook)

Posting in the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group, the woman posted a picture of the bargain perfume atomizers that she scooped for only £1.99.

The metallic pink and silver travel perfume bottles are long, oblong shaped and rounded at the end, leading to dozens of women in the comment section mistaking them for bullet vibrators.

Lots of women thought the perfume atomizers were bullet vibrators (Credit: Shutterstock)
Lots of women thought the perfume atomizers were bullet vibrators (Credit: Shutterstock)

In fact, one woman joked: "I thought this was a sex toy out of Anne Summers".

While a second user added: "'My mind must be in the gutter this morning!"

A third Facebook user typed: “Oh my God laughing like hell I thought wait what a bullet.”

One woman said: “Did any1 think bullet or was it just me.”

Similarly, a fourth person shared: “Is it wrong I first thought it was the ‘bullet’ vibrator?!”

In other travel news, a hotel, you can stay in a luxury hotel that used to be a prison.

Fancy staying in a converted jail? (Credit: Instagram/ Malmaison Oxford)
Fancy staying in a converted jail? (Credit: Instagram/ Malmaison Oxford)

Named The Malmaison, the building is offering up a far more luxurious experience than inmates would have got back in the day.

It was a prison until 1996, and several of the 'prison-like' features are still in tact, like its wings and converted cells.

Guests have two options, a stay in the modern House of Correction or a trip to the A-wing, which still has cell rooms with thick walls, vaulted ceilings and original iron doors.

While a night in a cell might not sound too appealing, they've had a serious refurb' since the 90s.

To check out prices and book yourself a stay, click here.

Topics: Life, Travel, Sex and Relationships

Gregory Robinson
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