As you might expect, we get our share of strange and humorous emails at Clone-A-Willy. Here's a real email we received and some thoughts on it.
hola. i'm well into a bottle of scotch so sorry if i get a bit sloppy here.
looking for the 1) the best quality cast that i can make that 2) would allow me to make a) many copies of the finest quality dildo and also b) make some of your other fun things like chocolate and whatnot.
thus, i'm looking for the most straight foward recommendation as to which cast to make ... then how to order product so i can make a couple dildos ... a couple vibe dildos... and a couple choco dildos...
that make sense? i'm guessing so.
Thanks for the questions. Our molding powder will produce VERY accurate results with a low initial cost. You can reuse the mold for about a week as long as you keep it submerged in water between uses. If it is exposed to air for too long it will begin to dry out and shrink. The only exception to this rule is the Chocolate Willy kit. The mold needs to be peeled away from the chocolate replica and is therefore unusable afterwards. If you have the refill materials handy, you can of course fill the mold immediately after pulling out a replica without submerging the mold. The main thing is to keep the mold very wet if it is going to sit empty for more than a couple of hours. If you want to make additional replicas beyond the first week, you will need to recast the mold and you may find it easier to make a copy of a copy. You can simply keep your favorite silicone replica as a "master" dildo and you can make a cast of it rather than your actual penis. This will provide consistency in your dildos and a much easier molding process. You can order individual components on our website. Please let me know if you have any other questions. I am always happy to help.
I hope you enjoyed your Scotch. It sounds delicious!
The worst hangover of my life occurred one weekend in Ashland, Oregon. My wife and I went out for a few drinks and for some reason that night I gravitated towards sugary, colorful drinks with Red Bull in them. They were delicious and went down like fruit punch flavored Gatorade and by the time we got to the last bar of our outing I was feeling awesome. The last place we stopped at was an English style pub with a vast collection of Scotch. I wasn't very familiar with that form of whisky back then and the bartender offered me a few very small samples to smell. They were all peaty and smoky, but one in particular stood out and I ordered a shot with a couple ice cubes. It was Laphroaig and it immediately became one of my dearest friends. Unfortunately, when I woke up the next morning it wasn't the sugary drinks or lack of self control I blamed for the nausea, vomiting, confusion and swelling brain against my skull, it was Laphroaig. The lingering stench of smoke and peat was seeping from my pores and it was inescapable. My wife ended up driving us all four hours home with the windows open to keep the smell of the smoky-peaty-sweaty man next to her moving through the car. For the next couple of years I didn't talk to Laphroaig at all and when I happened to see it at a bar I would quickly look away to avoid making eye contact - lest it try to reestablish a relationship. "Hey Todd, how's it going? I haven't seen you in a while. What happened?" Now I'm happy to say I've since apologized for blaming it for what was clearly caused by fruity drinks and we're back on speaking terms. I've also found another amazing Scotch style whisky and it's made here in Oregon. If you ever get the chance, try McCarthy's Single Malt. It's less smoky or peaty than Laphroaig and that isn't necessarily a bad thing. It also mixes well with Hawaiian Punch and Monster Energy drink. Just kidding. Don't do that.
Keep the questions and Scotch recommendations coming!