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It's only a shoulder massager. Honest.

  • Struts, Step Into Fashion - Not related at all to "Bratz" (Note the lack of a Z), these combined two popular toy ideas- Ponies and Fashion Models- into Pony Fashion Models. They were surprisingly stripperiffic.
  • Playskool's more realistic Weebles toys produced in the mid-1990s and mid-2000s, for at least one editor who subsequently developed an amputee fetish.
  • When it came out, the Hello Kitty vibrating back massager was seen by many, many people in Japan for its... alternate uses, to the point where Love Hotels were selling them to customers (probably to complement their Hello Kitty BDSM room... seriously, it exists). Shortly thereafter, the massager's manufacturers stopped processing them, horrified at how such an innocent toy was turned perverted so easily.
  • A Harry Potter broom, vibrating to simulate takeoff, was noted in multiple reviews by parents to be as popular with their older daughters as it was with their younger kids...
    • This troper's Harry Potter-obsessed best friend once told him that she wore hers out by the age of ten. Cue a five second silence, followed by frantic "not that way " backpedaling.
    • Recent trips to stores seem to indicate that they are no longer including this feature.
  • The Oozinator, a very unusual Super Soaker. Seriously, Who Would Be Stupid Enough to produce it and not see the connotations?
  • Any doll that allows changing clothes also allows removing clothes. Though there's rarely anything interesting underneath.
    • It has been speculated that this is one reason Barbie broke up with Ken.Barbie: What, "not having a penis" has never happened to you before?
    • Depends on your definition of interesting. For a kid in the pre-internet era who knew little about what was supposed to be under a woman's clothes, just seeing the curvy figure of Barbie was quite a turn-on. It's been dialed back lately cause Girls Need Role Models.
    • For some, the fact that nothing's underneath is the turn-on.
    • The physical design for Barbie was Inspired By the 1950s German doll, Lilli. Marketed towards adult men. Available in a bar near you.
  • Mushabellies. Especially the bigger ones, squeeze their stomachs and listen to that delightfully rude sound they make when you do.
  • Ooglies which were silly alien creatures which giggled hysterically whenever you tickled their feet and calmed down if you pulled their tail. They would be the perfect toy for anyone with a tickle fetish.
  • The new action figures from the 2006 revival of Biker Mice From Mars. You'll be surprised how flexible they are.
  • My God, nobody's mentioned balloons yet? There are whole fetish subcultures about them.
    • This troper (who is a transsexual female) used balloons when she was a teenager to give herself "breasts."
    • Well anything inflatable really. That include Moonhoppers.
      • Are those the same thing as the Hippity-Hop? Big round ball with a handle that you can ride and bounce on? If so, YES.
      • This troper recently had a job working on electrical stuff in adult stores. They actually make those for 'grown up use', with all that implies. Oh, and all the ones he's seen? They're marketed for guys.
      • Moonhoppers are the ones with the two blunted, soft-plastic horns that stick up from the top? Like the Sphere from Flatterland? Yeah. The fact that a hippity-hop has a soft rubber handle in a sort of arch shape is probably why the ones the above troper referenced were all marketed for guys.
    • Let's not forget "plushies" (aka. stuffed animals).
  • This troper's wife claims that lot of young girls in her generation used the snouts of My Little Pony toys for... unexpected purposes.
    • This troper once had a girlfriend who found a similar use for beanie babies.
  • Various Japanese figurines of female characters. Even generally innocent characters are at least vulnerable to a Panty Shot.
    • This troper can attest to this. Her figurines, being the cheapie one-dollar ones from the anime convention bargain bin, are prone to falling apart, but the smaller ones... actually dismantle to allow for this in greater visibility. With delicately painted details. Plus, this disassembling probably prompted a couple amputee fetishes... one of hers is incredibly cute and Moe Moe but missing a hand.
      • Not to mention the actual fetish people have of said figurines getting... um... stickified.
    • This isn't limited to guys. If you see a bishonen figure, rest assured that some fangirl, somewhere has it posed taking it in the ass from another figure.
    • There's a limited-edition figurine of Reco sitting on a tree stump. Detaching her from the stump to get a clearer look up her skirt reveals that she's not wearing underwear.
  • And now This Troper is suddenly reminded of that old Masters Of The Universe toy which allowed kids to strap their figures in, and cover them in slime.
    • Which just reminds him of the gay comic he saw on TV that joked that He-Man was the wrong toy to get him to try to "fix" his sexuality as a kid.
      • Yeeeees... Muscular, virile He-Man. I'd rather play with him than my sister's Barbies ANYDAY. And please. Prince Adam. Wears pink, loves cats, has a BIG secret and only one female friend (who, in turn, has NO female friends and a crush on Adam). When he raises his BIG PHALLIC OBJECT and says the magic words, he does a costume change into barbarian bondage gear. He-Man is so gay and Teela is his Alternative Lifestyle Assistant.
    • This troper seems to have outgrown a sexual fetish for this trope (including but not limited to this specific toy), but such imagery stirred this thoughts even in his bedtime fantasies before he could discern the difference between arousal and needing to use the little men's room. Yeah, they got us started early, didn't they!
  • Some people love to do Human Animal Roleplay, and as such have a fascination for dog collars and other animal related items.
    • Not just with the animal-roleplay crowd—PetSmart is as well-liked as Home Depot by the BDSM scene. A collar is a collar, and they have inexpensive riding crops.
  • Those plushies of Lovecraftian monsters often have tentacles....
  • This Hero Clix figure of Raven did not have a panty shot. It had a lack of panties shot.
  • Jump rope. Whether used as intended, or for tying-up purposes.
    • This troper remembers her male friends quite enjoying many afternoons watching several (reasonably well endowed) year 12 girls in short skirts playing jump rope.
    • This Troper has a male teacher who makes us jump rope each Tuesday and watches us uniformed girls intently. Though, I can't complain; watching my girlfriend is rather enjoyable.
  • Without bicycles, there would be no bicycle shorts. I'm sure the seat (saddle, for the Brits) is also deserving of mention.
  • TWISTER!!!
    • Not to mention, that many porn sites actually have photosets of women playing twister in the nude.
  • Let us not forget the Bumble Ball. A large ball, covered in soft "knobs," that shakes and vibrates wildly when turned on. While ostensibly a toddler toy, this troper has seen more than one adult remark on its, ah, potential.
  • The trampoline, as The Man Show popularized, is very bouncy. Boing!
  • Bionicle figures in their first run. Gali was an early rule 34 for me, just because of her story (only female out of six superheroes, and the rarity of females out of the midgets inhabiting the island...)
    • Not to mention that they actually made her chest larger than that of male characters.
    • Roodaka. She actually has breasts of a sort, and Web of Shadows and her walk... really didn't help. Then again she is a bit of a seductress...
    • Both Gali and Roodaka have been Rule 34'ed by themselves... and with each other.
  • This Troper remembers seeing a vibrating toy lightsaber in stores. For some reason they don't have them anymore.
    • The Gyro Sword. "Can you handle the awesome power of the Gyro?" It's naturally rounded at the tip, and lights up too.
    • But when you consider what kind of damage mere contact with an in-universe lightsaber does, it quickly turns into Nightmare Fuel.
  • Asian ball-joint dolls (read- Super Dollfies, though that's like calling all tissues 'Kleenex'), are not technically toys, but still have some... intriguing attributes. Aside from the fact that most are impossibly beautiful, possibly with either combined youthful faces and highly mature bodies (such as the, ah, XXL bust option a certain company has) or mature faces and youthful bodies, which is perhaps worse- and anatomically correct, infinitely able to be personalised and manipulated... most of their official clothes for sale though they vary from company to company, are utter fetish fuel. Bishonen-style nigh-on-bondage gear for the lads, and Moe Moe Lolita gear for the girls. The trend is fading somewhat, but still. Also, big shoes.
    • Also, for individual owners, just one single mold of doll can be either sweet and innocent and Loli-esque, or nightmare-inducingly gory. Not to mention all the vampires, ghost girls, sidhe, Yaoi Guys, Schoolgirl Lesbians, and even some fairly Depraved Bisexuals... then again, there are people who play with them like, y'know, kids play with dolls, or as genuinely wholesome and sexless. So it's a mixed bag.
  • Bobobie dolls (similar to the afore-mentioned Dollfies), while also not toys, are similarly inhumanly gorgeous. They seem to be popular subjects of doll photography.
    • Bobobie is a ball jointed doll/dollfie company...I think you might be thinking of Blythes or Pullips?
  • As fun and innocent Mr. Bucket may have seemed as a child, it's kind of difficult not to notice the sexual innuendo as an adult. "The first one to get their balls into Mr. Bucket wins"...It just doesn't seem quite right.
  • This troper remembers having a purple vibrating pen intended for kids to make squiggly lines. Her parents thought was the -ahem- "toy" of a relative who forgot it in the guest room. It didn't help that it looked like blobs piled on each other, with the pen tapering at the end.
  • This troper has heard tales of people using the foam toy versions of Power Rangers SPD's Shadow Saber in...inappropriate ways. And then, he saw a snippet from an SPD h-doujin involving an actual double dildo shaped like the sword...
  • Figma and related are this to some. Including this troper.
  • The Jareth action figure from Neca. It's just like Jareth in the movie. There's also a talking version.
    • Similarly, when Spider Man 2 premiered, Alfred Molina made several jokes about the 12" Doc Ock figure (which bore his likeness) and how his wife sometimes preferred it to him.
      • We can probably add any 12" Tenth Doctor (or companion) figure to this list. "Yes, ladies, now you, too, can sleep with David Tennant..."
  • Used in conjunction with Barbies and action figures, green doesn't-dry clay taken out of classrooms. Because you can use it to add certain features. This troper did not know what she was doing at the time. Just that she liked it. ... Okay, mostly she just gave everything muzzles and tails, but that wasn't all.
  • Back in the 90's, World Championship Wrestling had a line of oversized action figures. They had a button on the side that made them vibrate. This troper owns one, and, while she's never used it for anything inappropriate, has made plenty of jokes about its potential.
  • Uh, hello? The hula-hoop anyone? It dates back to ancient Egypt! I'm telling you, anything that can teach a girl to do that with her hips is not just a childrens' toy.
    • But...but...y'know...for kids!
    • My God, hula hoops...Double hula-hooping (as in, with a partner) changed my life, indeed.
  • The Three Hundred Queen Gorgo action figure by NECA Reeltoys. It takes some effort to push the top to one side, but you will be rewarded by realising that they sculpted nipples underneath.
  • The "Adult Superstar" line by Plastic Fantasy (thank goodness they changed their name to SOTA (State of the Art) Toys later) is meant to be fetish fuel. They are a series of 7-inch action figures of pornographic actresses and come with removeable rubber clothing, so you can see the sculpted nipples and genitalia underneath. One review notes that there were no sculpted anuses on the figures, which brings into question the claim that the figures were made from laser scans of the actresses themselves.

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