A lot of things can go wrong when you put household items in your body.

Every temporary dildo is different, but here are some safety tips for homemade sex toys that apply to most DIY sex toys:

Use a condom!

Nine times out of ten, you will need to use condoms when making your own sex toy. Only medical grade silica gel, ABS plastic, borosilicate glass, stainless steel can be safely put into the body. Even if you are using items made from these materials, they need to be thoroughly disinfected before entering the body.Alas, put a condom on your makeshift toy to make sure you don't get any serious infections or injuries. Condoms are a physical safety barrier between you and your DIY dildo. Many of them are pre-lubricated or ribbed to satisfy your pleasure.

Make sure it doesn't break.

Do not use anything that can easily break, snap, or crush. For example, you may have heard of glass sex toys, but glass toys are made of toughened unbreakable glass -- a regular old glass jar or glass doesn't have the same stability and can easily break in your body.

Similarly, wooden things can break or crumble, while fruits and vegetables can break in half if used too hard. Make sure your home sex toys don't cause harm.

Don't lose it!

As a teenager, I put my phone on vibrate, put it in a condom and used it as an anal dildo (phones were more like this back then). Accidentally let the phone slip into the rectum, and the anus closed, trapping the phone inside. I've never had such a heart attack! I thought my parents were gonna take me to the hospital and shove a phone up my ass. Oh my god.

 Luckily, I managed to grab the end of the condom, carefully loosen the anus and pull the phone out of my body at the same time -- but that was a very dangerous thing to do! Be very careful to avoid temporary toys that might get lost in your body - this is very important if you're looking for a homemade anal dildo. Don't make the same mistake I did!