You Can Now Get Your Head Printed On This 'Intimate' Christmas Gift

When it comes to Christmas presents, arguably there's no tougher job than thinking of what to get for your other half. Your parents will be grateful for whatever you get them, because that's what parents are for, while there's way less pressure on gifts for siblings (if they don't like it, the worst you'll get is an eye roll or a quick punch in the arm). For Secret Santa you can get away with a shit calendar or novelty tie, and with mates all they really want is for you to get the next round in.

With your partner, it's a different story. It needs to be heartfelt, obviously pricey (but not too pricey) and ideally a bit funny to reflect just how hilarious you are. Enter the Wobbling Willy, a dildo that can feature your head on it, so that they can be reminded of you every time they, er, you know. D'awww.

Wobbling Willy
Wobbling Willy

Credit: Wobbling Willy

The 100 percent silicone-sculpted penis costs $88 (£65) and comes with a hand-sculpted 3D polymer clay model of your head on the end. All you have to do is send in a photo of yourself, and the company will turn your face into a 3D sculpture to pop on the end of the sex toy. It comes in a faux suede pouch, too, meaning it's kind of discrete but also classy as hell.

Plus, this one will not only score highly on sentimental points for your other half, it could also win top banter points with your mates or colleagues - as one Twitter user has pointed out.

Of course, make sure your pal's up for that kind of joke before you go ahead with this one. We're not sure Angela from Accounts can handle that one - it might not go down particularly well.

The only downside is that outside of the novelty factor of a 3D head, the dildo is fairly straightforward. No vibrating or pulsing, just a straight-up dildo. Well, you can't win 'em all, can you?

Featured Image Credit: Wobbling Willy

Jess Hardiman

Jess Hardiman is a journalist who graduated from Manchester University with a BA in Film Studies, English Language and Literature, and has previously worked for Time Out and The Skinny among others.

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