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Lover's Lane is a one-stop shop for all things intimate

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You've perused Macy's. You've hit Target. You've exhausted local shopping outlets, and you still haven't found that perfect thing for that special someone this holiday season. Did you forget about Lover's Lane? This Michigan-based chain of stores are a one-stop shop for all things intimate, whether you're looking for ladies lingerie, festive thongs for men, or toys that will be please both sexes.

The stores are quite shiny and well maintained. In terms of sex story creepiness, they rank pretty low compared to their competition. Lover's Lane stores are filled with the latest gadgets, games, and gizmos. Some of their wares can even be tried out right there in store.

If hitting the sex store just after grabbing groceries isn't really your thing, think about hitting up their website. They have two-day delivery and everything ships in discreet packaging. The whole neighborhood doesn't need to know you ordered a candy cane G-string to stuff in his stocking after all.

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