Peer into the mind of a budding toy enthusiast with Thumb’in it, one of the very first of my forms. I could never have imagined I would eventually be abandoning my ceramic art pursuits when I first began dabbling in silicone in the mid 90s. I was genuinely focused on creating objects for my own enjoyment at the time and as silicone was even more expensive back then, the “Thumbin’ it” represents my efforts at getting the most function out the smallest amount of volume.
The design remains the same as it was at inception, consider it a rocket with 3 stages.
Stage 1: the thumb and first shelf gave me simply prostate and hole play, the ridge gave me that scratching I’ve always enjoyed and seen in the current Acorn design as well as the Double Ball, Worm and Slink® Spike.
Stage 2: The bulb is great for stretch training and even gives a little release as you approach the final stage, the thumb at this point is angled to hopefully stimulate the inner sphincter when properly guided.
Stage 3: Final ridge delivered a challenge and that rush of accomplishment that comes with conquering a toy.
It’s been out of production for many years, and I’ve resurrected the mold here in 2016, a kind of nod to the past and my humble beginnings.
One of the Original Originals