Strange Safe Words and Funky Fetishes

What do you love? Or, what do you admit to loving?

by Tobias | 1 April 2021

We don’t want to make out that the world of sex and sensuality is always straight forward in every article we write. The truth is, like most things, there is a whole lot of great and a whole lot of weird and wonderful. Again, we say this subjectively. Everyone gets there kicks in different ways and different is good.

Some like vanilla, some like a screwball cover in hundreds and thousands.

We have spoken about fetishes in other articles but these tend to be the more common type of thrills. For example, foot fetishes. It is not uncommon for people to get REALLY aroused when looking at, touching or playing with feet. They can make quite the tool in the bedroom.

On the other hand though, ghosts often don’t pop up on the list of tip top arousal techniques. Spectrophiliacs would disagree whole-heartedly, this is their main aim!

Safe words are again a common theme among adventurous types. Some people just have to make the right noise for the fun to stop, if it gets a little uncomfortable. Other individuals like to think up peculiar final whistles.

We wrote this article to give readers a peak into the minds of other lovers. And prepare them for what might come during experiences down the line.

Freaky Fetishes – The Uncommon

Age Play

This probably isn’t too daunting for the intermediate love maker. Anyone can dip their toe in this kind of role play with pretty minimal effort. Age play requires one or more parties in a sexual moment to pretend to be an age other than their own.

Huge groups of both men and women fantasise about older lovers and have more mature celeb high up their hit-lists. Lite age play is common among the majority of couples and groups, calling one another “daddy” or “baby”. A more extreme example could be one member dressing up as a baby in a literal sense, or even an older grandparent.


After covid-19 made the market inaccessible to singletons the world over, people with spectrophilia may not have struggled. Those with spectrophilia enjoy passionate sex, intimate relationships and have serious attraction for… ghosts. Obviously we know most people don’t really believe in ghosts, but now we can see how much they may be missing out!

The legitimacy of the claims of ghost sex can be questioned. That being said, if you do it and it feels great, who are we to judge? Don’t stop, but be safe and make sure you’re not doing anything that could harm your wellbeing.


You may be able to guess the theme of this fetish be the name. And no points for you if you did so. Electrostimulation is a fetish in which the individuals likes to enjoy electrocutions of varying strengths. Shocking, I know.

Activities under this umbrella don’t have to be as scary as they may seem. The electric shocks can be as weak as the receiver is able to enjoy.

It is important that we so though, as we do with most of our articles, take care. There are thousands of sex act out there that require extra precaution and this is definitely one of them. There is a first time for everything but you need to make yourself an expert before dipping your toe into this activity.


You’re reading this article, on the Sex Toy Saver website. We would hazard a guess that like us, you like to have sex. And plenty of it when you can. People with voyeurism like to not only have sex, but watch other people had sex too.

Now after reading that sentence you my think it’s slightly odd. But the fact is, many more people enjoy this than would like to admit. Imagine yourself at a huge party for a second, on the stage a group begin to get intimate, and engage in a form of intercourse… would you look away?

There is an urge within us that can’t help but investigate! Those with voyeurism just like to do this more than other, consensually of course.


For every person with voyeurism, there’s an exhibitionist. Exhibitionists are aptly named because they like to be watched. They feel that they is an added pressure to thrive on when other people watch them in their most climactic moments. And so the world keeps spinning.

Safe Words and No Gos

A safe word is an agreed term that people engaging in sexual activity agree ends proceedings. It is a notice that states “i’m not enjoying this” or “i need a break” without completely ruining the vibe and saying outright “STOP RIGHT THERE!”.

To make sure every party understands that a break is needed, the word tends to be something unrelated to sex.

Most Common Safe Words

  • Pineapple
  • Red
  • Yellow
  • Apple
  • Vanilla
  • Blue
  • Unicorn

Slightly Stranger Safe Words

  • Beetlejuice
  • Foliage
  • Justin Bieber
  • Mango
  • Pause
  • Safe word

As found by writers at Kiss 95.1 fm.

  • Michael Jackson
  • Superman
  • Betty Boop
  • Elmo
  • Tinkerbell
  • Banoffee
  • Fairy bread
  • Marmite
  • Tofu
  • Mouldy bread
  • Dildo Baggins
  • Cool Runnings
  • Trabeculectomy

Provided by our friends at Men’s Health!

There are no rules when it comes to designing your own. So, be creative. And tell everyone who needs to know.