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Thursday, February 10, 2011

Sex Toys and Frozen Treats

Posted By on Thu, Feb 10, 2011 at 3:46 PM

No, Three Twins ice cream is not a sex toy. *Technically*. - JENNIFER W./YELP
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  • No, Three Twins ice cream is not a sex toy. *Technically*.

Pop-Up Dildo Shop and Ice Cream Social

Where: FIFTY24SF Gallery, 252 Fillmore (at Haight), 861-1960

When: Sun., Feb. 13, 3-5 p.m.

Cost: Free

The rundown: Not much to say about this one. It's just your standard dildo-and-ice-cream affair, with a little beer and comedy thrown in to make it interesting. After church this Sunday ― and after self-lubricating with ganache at SFoodie's One Love bake sale ― head over to the Good Vibrations mingler at FIFTY24SF Gallery. This event will have live music from Female Trouble, dirty comedy from Will Franken, post-comedy PBR, ice cream from Three Twins, oh, and tons of dildos. There will also be a seat-free workshop on how to choose the right sex toy, so bring your own pillow to sit on. In fact, the first 25 people with a pillow will walk away with a free mini-vibrator! Ice cream, beer, and sexytimes: This is why pre-adolescent boys want to be grown-ups already.

Please note: Ice cream is free only if you bring a pair of used batteries. It's okay if they're from your remote control.

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