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If you answered "tomatoes grown in a hothouse," you are no doubt a vibrator-loving gardener.�Because I learned recently that tomato plants grown in a hot house need a little help with the self-pollination process, and a quick buzz with a vibrator on a regular basis will do the trick�(and as I write this I'm laughing that for once I'm NOT writing a euphemism for female masturbation).anne vibrating tomatoesYup, imagine my surprise, being a new hothouse owner, to discover the secret to my barren tomato plants was living in my bedside table. So friends, I asked my�daughter and her friend to snap my picture using the handy Babelight vibrator on my beloved plants--after all it is a keychain, flashlight, and vibrator all rolled into�one--why not add plant-masturbator to the list?�And�with that,�I file this entry away in the "helpful�things you�can do with a�vibrator." What else lives in that file? Well, if you're a nursing mom and you've had to endure the pain of a clogged duct,�massaging it with a�Pocket Rocket can�loosen it up and get the milk flowing again.�And�when I first started selling vibrators for a living, one�of our biggest�customers was�the local children's hospital, who tucked little vibrators into fussy babies'�cribs at night--the�low hum�helped them sleep. Now of course you can buy a "crib vibrator" for big bucks.�If you have made any exciting discoveries�along these lines, I'd love to hear them!��