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6 simple DIY items you need to recreate Fifty Shades in your bedroom

12 February 2015, 08:01Bronwyn McKay

Abuja – The day is almost here, when men and women (yes men as well) will feast their eyes on the lip biting Fifty Shades of Grey.

Inspired by the idea of S&M interaction, Channel24 went hunting for 7 simple DIY items you would need to recreate those steamy sex scenes in your own bedroom.

Here's everything you need for your Fifty Shades of Grey sex kit:

Name: Ski-rope

Price: R59.99

Use: Nylon rope is not ideal but will definitely do the trick. This strong rope can be used to tie your partner’s wrists and feet to a bed, a chair or even a bar on the wall.

Name: Galvanised chain

Price: R100.00

Use: This is to keep your partner chained as you tickle them with your tongue.

Name: Duct tape

Price: R65.00

Use: Use duct tape to silence the screams of ecstasy.

Name: Spotlight

Price: R135.00

Use: Create a dark, seductive atmosphere by putting a single spot light on your partner while you caress the curves of their body.

Name: Washing pegs

Price: R49.99

Use: Use these nifty little pegs to arouse your partner by lightly pinching their nipples… and other areas.

Name: Dish cloth

Price: R29.00

Use: Use this to gently blind fold your partner to create that mysterious orgasmic feeling.

(All GIfs: Tumblr)

WARNING: Looking back we realised this could also be used as a DIY murder kit. Which is pretty scary. So be safe and never try anything you're not comfortable with. Use these amateur tips at own risk.

- Channel24


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