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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/...ed-using-sex-toy-make-homemade-tortillas.html

Woman who was accused of using a sex toy to make homemade tortillas she was selling online insists it's a 'vibrating rolling pin'
  • Peggy from Texas, was selling her produce on a Facebook marketplace
  • Image showed her creations on the workspace with flour and a purple object
  • Commenters insisted item, with Durex branding, was certainly a sex toy
  • But Peggy claimed it was a 'vibrating rolling pin' when challenged
By Leigh Mcmanus For Mailonline

Published: 11:15 EST, 15 January 2020 | Updated: 11:38 EST, 15 January 2020






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A seemingly innocuous post by a woman selling her homemade tortillas online has gone viral for all the wrong reasons.
The chef named Peggy, from San Antonio, Texas, advertised her produce on a Facebook marketplace for $15, when people began to question her choice of rolling pin.
As the post began circulating online, commenters almost unanimously agreed that the purple device on the side of the her workspace was almost certainly a sex toy.
However, in a text exchange with a prospective buyer, Peggy insisted that the item was actually a vibrating rolling pin - a kitchen gadget not believed to exist.


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The woman, from San Antonio, Texas, was selling her produce on a Facebook marketplace for $15 (£11.50), when people began to question her rolling pin
The woman originally shared a picture of her produce strewn across a prep area with the purple object, which appears to have 'Durex' printed on it, sitting on the side with bits of flour on it.

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It has since been shared by several accounts, with The State of Selling recently going viral with it.
Alongside the main picture, they also shared a conversation the seller had with another member of the online community.


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Alongside the main picture, an hilarious conversation the seller had with another member of the online community has also been shared
'You been rolling them with a dildo,' a concerned person wrote.
But Peggy was quick to insist that it was merely a vibrating rolling pin.
But the interested party did not buy it, and replied: 'Why does your picture have a dildo then?'


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The 'rolling pin' and subsequent conversation, has since been shared by several accounts, with The State of Selling recently going viral with it
A seemingly irate Peggy replied: 'Only a uncultured swine would not see that it's a vibrating rolling pin.'
'Um that's called a dildo,' the person responded, with conversation ending at Peggy retorting: 'It's called a vibrating rolling pin.'
She’s found a way to tap into the ever elusive sexual predator tortilla market.