The word 'pervertible' is not a word I coined, but my personal definition of it is this: something that is marketed as a mundane item that can be used in a decidedly different, and kinky, way.
I consider it different from DIY. Pervertibles are things that are usable as they are, or with very minor alterations. The DIY stuff consists of toys made from other things, if you get the distinction.
This first installment will consist of things I've already picked up, where I got the item and approximate pricing. The ones I've used I'll review. ;)
1. Dish Brush. Dollar Tree. $1.
This worked really well. The wide head full of stiff bristles got nice squirming, and the little bitty area of even stiffer scrubbing bristles on the backside (when I wrote this, I meant backside of the brush, but backside of the victim works in this context too. :)) got even more. This experiment was a success.
2. Mini-Duster. Dollar Tree. $1.
I figured this for a tickling kind of toy, but it wasn't as effective as I'd hoped. I may go for a second test run of it with a different bottom (and different body parts).
3. Flipper. Dollar Tree. $1.
This was a fun one. *grin* It's hard plastic, but just very slightly flexible. It gets a nice snap on various body parts. This was a very good success.
4. Wooden 'paddle'. Craft store. < $1.
This thing was even labeled 'paddle'! Very nice, very stingy, completely nondescript. Another success.
5. Various and sundry clothespins, pegs, and clamps. Dollar Tree. $1 each pack. (cat not included)
Wow, these worked well. I'd never played with these guys before Saturday night (either on myself or others). I used the metal ones on DB for just a few minutes (he hadn't used any quite that tight before). When they did finally come off and the blood started coming back...that was fun to watch. *grin* Now, the wooden ones: CK and I were doing a little playing last night(not a full-on scene, just a little fun) and he dragged 'em out. All I have to say is: wooooow. Best buck I ever spent. My nipples are still sore and supersensitive. I think I may coat the bitey end of a few of the wooden ones in tool dip for easier cleaning (in case I end up using 'em somewhere other than nipples. *grin*). Big success!
6. Loofah glove. Dollar Tree. $1.
Mildly scratchy surface. I haven't used this one yet, but I think it'll be interesting when I do.
7. Handled cutting board. Old Pottery (inexpensive kitchen/decorative stuff). $1.99.
This is going to be a very effective paddle, I think. *grins evilly* I find myself walking through dollar stores, craft stores and kitchen stores smacking various things as subtly as possible against my thigh to test its pervertibility quotient. ;) This was my latest treasure.
Like I said, I hope to make this at least a semi-regular thing. I'll post websites as I find them. If any of you have any ideas or interesting sites, send 'em my way! There's an email link below. Pictures are always welcome, and I'll include any submissions in a future installment, credited to the submitter. :)