A woman in Britain says she has put more than 1,000 sex toys to test, as well as PVC outfits and saucy undergarments, in her job trialling products for an internet firm
Nat Garvey helps judge what adult shop Passion should stock after landing the "perfect" 25-pounds-a-year job more than two years ago.
"Rather than being surrounded by office supplies and computers all day, I have piles of kinky toys to play with," the Sun quoted her as saying.
"I'm not a sex addict. I'm representing normal girls who, like me, also need to buy these toys," she said.
Some four million of them are sold in the UK every year - more than half by Ann Summers - and numbers are rising.
In the next ten years global sales will increase more than seven-fold, to 400 million, according to researchers.
"Sex toys aren't taboo any more. Single girls and couples should know how much toys can enrich their lives. It's my job to find ones that are good for single girls, couples and usable for people of all ages. I rate the toys and file weekly reports," she said.
"I saw the job ad online and initially applied for a laugh ¦ I'm sure some people think it's smutty to test these toys for a living but that's not the case.
"My family and friends all know what I do for a job. My friends think I have the best job in the world and I think it is perfect," she added.
The 24-year-old singleton works from home in Truro, Cornwall, receiving a box of the latest products to test every week.
"I have tried all different weird and wonderful toys - plus some pretty bad ones. I also try on PVC outfits and underwear. As I'm a normal girl with a normal body, I can judge what they really look like.
"My job is fun, different and fulfils my needs. I couldn't ask for more," she said.