How to Wear Eddie

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How do, people. Welcome to a new fun and fact-filled episode of Tool Talk, brought to you by Giddy. Now, while we usually talk about how to fix a carburetor or, let’s say, the best techniques to clean a gutter, today we’re going to be talking about a different kind of tool.

Indeed. Men’s sexual health and wellness, which is something we hold close to our hearts.

We certainly do, we certainly do. And from what my wife tells me, can be a pretty hard topic to talk about, am I right?

It’s going to be a long episode if that’s where we’re starting.

You got to start somewhere.

One thing we do actually want to show you is how to use an ED device called Eddie, made by Giddy. This is designed to help you maintain an erection.

Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. So am I given to understand that like some guy named Eddie is going to be bah-boom with my man tool down there? Come on, now.

No. No, you are not given to understand that at all. It’s an ED device that looks like this.

So, does this little cock-saddle come with stirrups or is there some type of emollient?

No, it does not.

Are there adhesives? Do I need to—


–grommets. Are there grommets?


–but it does come with two kinds of tension bands. You got orange sport—

–and blue comfort.

Blue comfort.

Now, the orange sport provides tighter tension, keeping the device closed, while blue provides more moderate tension, leaving some of the bottom open.

Now, with an erect penis, place the device at the base, in front of your testicles with the opening facing down. There is no front or back, so don’t need to worry about that. With the device on, apply one of the tension bands.

Oh, you went with blue I see. That’s cool.

And whichever one works for you. I personally like comfort. And you just do this little guy here. Do-do-doot. Little guy over here. Bam.

And that’s it?

That’s it. Giddy-up.

Another method is you could put the tension band on the device first and then open the device by the legs and slide it down the shaft to the base. So if you have any kind of difficulty with this, just try using some lube after putting the band on, and slide it down the shaft.

Oh, I got you covered. Technically, this is for brakes.

No, do not use brake lube. You can use any kind of body-safe lubricants while using this.

You know, back in my day, all we needed to do was give it the old swat of deep-do and then, ooh, and then another thing going there. Hey.

That does not look like it feels good.

Well, I’ll tell you what. From my perspective, that’s just a 10-cent piece of plastic that you got there.

This is not a 10-cent piece of plastic.

Is it not?

No. No, no, no, no. It is a Medical Grade TPE with a multilayer chemical bond substrate.

I thought so.

I don’t think you did. Giddy spent years developing this, consulting with a variety of experts such as urologists, mathematicians, and engineers.

It does sound like there was definitely a lot of brainpower involved in that little Eddie guy there.

Right. And there’s even more. With every purchase of an Eddie, you can access Giddy’s online resource called the ED Guide. The whole thing has over 80 videos with nine experts who explain everything, from how to improve your diet and exercise to how to communicate better with your partner.

Dinner and a movie. That’s wonderful. It sounds like ED happens on a mental and a physical spectrum.

Yes, actually. So, being able to address both is critical to improving how well it all works together. You can take a baseline assessment and get a video curriculum laid out for you or just search the topics that you care about within the ED Guide.

Listen, man. As long as it feels good.

And it, it will. So check out our next video about how it should feel, and know you have the right size to find out exactly how much better Eddie will feel compared to any of those things he did. Don’t do any of those.

Ah, Eddie. Is there anything you can’t do, Eddie?

There’s a lot of things, but it does what it does, you know.

That’s just true. I don’t ask an awful lot of Eddie, but when he comes, he comes, so to speak.


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