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hink you’ve seen everything? Then it’s time to visit Hubba Hubba. The obscure vintage clothing here, once sold by the owners only at antique shows, is among the many reasons to hit this low-pofile fetish superstore. Some may prefer to go ahead and shop online, searching up love gasm or looking to other sites (maybe even buying from Amazon), but there’s a difference experience altogether to going into a physical store, especially one with the history that Hubba Hubba has. There’s everything from year-round costumes to corsets to medical sex toys, hoods, blindfolds, gags, whips, handcuffs, and stilettos, as well as a silicone sex doll curated by a (seemingly) perfectly normal, friendly staff. It is the kind of place that people who love to see these things in person would be happy to go to. Some would prefer an online site for such browsing, however, with many looking into the full catalog of Lingerie & Nightwear For Her at restricted21 and shopping from here instead. It is nice to have the choice between the two options, off and online. Many people would be saddened if the place disappeared, so having it as a part of the Boston circle is a wonderful thing. Graves
The term “hubba hubba” was first used by a football coach in Barstow, California, in 1936, as an abbreviation for, “Hurry up, hurry up!” When he joined the Army, he took the phrase along with him, and soon GIs spread it around the world, eventually adapting it to mean they’d seen a pretty woman.
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