CamSoda connects that vape life to that masturbation life with Vapegasm
Fat, orgasmic rips.
CamSoda, the website you visit when you want to play Rear Window without leaving your desk, is today launching its Vapegasm initiative. Vapegasm is a new discipline of teledildonics in which vape pens and connected sex toys play nice together.
Using a CamSoda branded vape pen (or any Bluetooth enabled vape pen, it’s not very clear on this), the Vapegasm app and any connected Lovense device, the vaper controls the intensity of the vibrator by how strong they pull on the vape.
The longer the draw, the longer the device vibrates. The inverse is true for shorter draws. Right now it only works with female-oriented sex toys, which I’m sure is fine for all the vape bros.
“Vaping has exploded in popularity in recent years and quickly become part of today’s culture. Anywhere you go, you see people juuling or pulling on a vape pen,” said Daryn Parker, VP, CamSoda in a press release. “Considering how much euphoria it provides people with, it only makes sense that we couple it with sexual stimulation to deliver an experience unlike anything before. Now, with Vapegasm, people can get off while getting high.”
That’s right kids. Now your fat rips are literally as orgasmic as you claim they are. That’s pretty much the gist of it. While the connected sex toy market continues to grow, this is a small but entertaining bookmark in that journey.
We live in a connected world that doesn’t require us to leave the house much, so connecting sex to vaping seems like a natural progression in keeping us addicted to our devices.
Vapegasm is available for Apple iOS and Google Android, but not your rotting Windows Phone. The vape pens that CamSoda are offering are available for pre-order and pretty damn cheap at $19.99. There isn’t much more to say. This is a thing that exists now. Enjoy the 21st century while it lasts.
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