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THAT PROFOUNDLY CHANGES YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH THE HAND
To indulge in the art of erotic hand manipulation, know to the Victorian upper classes as "furtling," is to enjoy a new dimension of sensuous delight.
This HAND BOOK lets you discover the voluptuous potential of the secret folds and furrows of the human hand. When placed beneath the "engravings for exposure," with their auspiciously situated cut-outs, the hand creates lustfully immodest images that may be caressed or wiggled at will. To be performed in the company of friends or alone in the privacy of the parlor, this stimulating entertainment is suitable for even the most fragile sensibilities.
A PARTIAL LIST OF EROTIC HAND MANIPULATIONS
TONGUE AND CHEEKS
GATES OF PARADISE
THE HEAVENLY TWINS
HOW TO USE THIS BOOK
Adopt the hand shape shown for each illustration within.
While maintaining this shape, lift TWO pages and position the right hand directly under the illustration of the hand.
Turn the top page to expose. Make final adjustments with your hand, as appropriate.
This is a really funny book, and possibly the only book I've ever owned that absolutely must be owned in a physical paper copy. Highly recommended if you can find a copy!Published 10 months ago by Snow Dragonwyck
This is one of those gifts you buy when you have no idea what to get someone. Rich or poor, man or woman, the book is a hoot. Read morePublished 12 months ago by B. Adler
This is a very creative, funny book. It juxtaposes the staid Victorian Times with your own home made custom commentary using parts of your fingers and hands and the results are... Read morePublished on June 25, 2013 by hikermike
the book was received after 30 days and missed the birthday it was planned for
I was unable to track the book
It was used and in poor condition
VERY... Read more
Ok, so the hand jokes in this book are a tad sophmoric, but hey, I still laughed. Also, some of the more risque hand poses aren't included. This is pretty tame, but dang funny.Published on April 30, 2004