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CamSoda, an adult entertainment webcam platform, announced the launch of “Grubuzz,” a new technology that harnesses the power of Internet-connected sex toys or teledildonics (we are also disappointed in ourselves that we previously did not know this term) and sends clitoral vibrations to people as their takeout food from is being prepared and ultimately delivered.
The frequency of vibrations increases through the food delivery process. So, for example, the vibration frequency starts slowly when someone’s order is received by the restaurant and progressively increases when the driver leaves the restaurant with the order, drives closer to their residence, arrives at their door, etc. Needless to say, customers will be more thrilled than normal that their food is arriving.
“People have been stuck at home for over a year now. They have grown accustomed to ordering takeout food from their favorite restaurants regularly. Quarantine cravings are real and so too is the COVID-19 delivery food boom. In addition to the rise in food delivery, there has been a spike in teledildonic usage,” said Daryn Parker, Vice President of CamSoda.
“Here at CamSoda, we figured we’d combine these popular activities and produce a technology that gets people off while their food delivery order is being prepared and ultimately delivered. With Grubuzz, not only will your mouth be watering while your order is being processed, but so too will your private parts. What better way to eat some of your favorite food from Olive Garden, Red Lobster, Outback Steakhouse, or P.F. Chang’s than after you’ve orgasmed?!”
Users will obtain a curated email address from CamSoda, which they will then plug into their favorite delivery apps, including GrubHub, Uber Eats, Caviar, DoorDash, and Postmates, among others. When an email is sent from their delivery app updating them on the status of their order, it will be sent to the CamSoda-generated email, which will simultaneously set off a vibration to their teledildonic device.
According to recent data, the four top U.S. food-delivery apps – DoorDash, Uber Eats, Grubhub, and Postmates – saw their revenue rise by $3 billion in the second and third quarters of 2020 as the coronavirus pandemic required shelter-in-place restrictions. The four companies raked in roughly $5.5 billion in combined revenue from April through September, more than twice as much as their combined $2.5 billion in revenue during the same period last year.
In addition, ahead of restaurants opening at full capacity, CamSoda plans to integrate this technology into the hosting stations of popular restaurant chains across the country. The company aims to eliminate the need for bulky and outdated handheld trackers that are hoarders of germs and bacteria and replace them with teledildonic vibrations.
Through this technology, diners wearing their teledildonic device out of the house can receive a vibration notifying them when their table is ready at their favorite restaurant instead of waiting for the tracker to buzz in their hand.
CamSoda is initially launching Grubuzz for females only. A male version will debut in the coming months.
The launch of Grubuzz follows previous launches by the adult entertainment company within the food delivery industry. In 2018, CamSoda launched RubGrub, a vibrator that ordered food for users following an orgasm, starting with a large cheese pizza from Domino’s.
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