A Guide To Stingray Sex For Your Corvette Metaphor UseS

We now know that the new Corvette is going to be called a Stingray, in a nice nod to Corvettes past. They've even got a nice little stingray badge on the side there, and the steering wheel center has a stingray motif center.

So, when you (either as a journalist or an upstanding citizen) want to describe how the new Stingray makes you feel deep in your pants to your soon-to-be former friends, co-workers, or readers, you'll want to be sure you've done your homework. The past has taught us that vaguely sexual references are commonly employed when talking about sports cars, so to do this properly for the Stingray, we should all be up on our Stingray sexual practices.

The Wiki article about stingrays provides us with the crucial sentence we'll need to make this happen:

When a male is courting a female, he will follow her closely, biting at her pectoral disc. He then places one of his two claspers into her valve.

This one little line should have much of what you'll need. Pectoral disc, for example, will be key to many references. Also, claspers and valves.

So let's try this out:

The new Corvette Stingray's design make your claspers feel like they're sliding in a slick, velvety valve just by looking at it.

or maybe

When I first saw the Corvette Stingray in the flesh, my teeth immediately started to clamp down, as though biting deeply into a firm, well-formed pectoral disc. The look of this car will cram your mouth full of pectoral disc.

If that's not enough, check out this hot bit of stingray action I found on a message board thread titled "Oral Stingray Sex?"

The last few days, my female marble moto seems quite pre-ocupied with my males claspers. She sits behind him with the front of her disc on his claspers. Not over his tail. Very much under his tail and on the clapsers. I just went down to the fishroom after work and turned on the lights and there she is behind the male again feeling up his claspers, lol. Is this unusual?

HOTT. Anyway, remember knowledge is power. And, "fishroom?"