Hmmmm, your explanation reminds me of a coconut oil my friend used that I think didn't smell funky. Eventually it did because it got exposed to heat being outside.
The Wal oil was probably too old, or/and over-processed, but even organic ones I've tried have seemed rancid, so....
Yeah I'm curious what people experience in their mouth and tastebuds, particularly those who don't like it.
Sensual aid. Hah. Back in the 90s I tried olive oil as a lube, and my girlfriend was okay with it, but I didn't like. It coagulates with friction after not very long. And washing it out is a chore. I grew up around massage, and know that if you don't use A LOT of detergent, linen will hold onto the oil, which of course further spoils, and builds up crazy over time of continuous massage use, and smells blechh. Plus, it might draw bugs.
A few years ago I was at an adult store to get some lube, and the girl was super hot on silicone lube. She said it was more slicker, didn't break down, and didn't dry when exposed to air. The first thing I said was, 'well, it's silicone, isn't that toxic?....you know, like breast implants?....and do you really want that in your body?', and she got flustered, and didn't really know how to answer, but was persistent in it being a great lube.
I'd tried it in the 90s. I told her I didn't like it because it didn't really wash off, you had to wear it off. And I didn't like the texture. Feels like little very fine beads, which of course it is.
My favorite is ID Glide. Water-based, so easy to wash off, and it's consumable. Of course, if the ho is right hot, and hence all wet (you can use that for the back, too, you know), you don't need no lube, so mostly I use it for jacking.
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