All men think that his penis is a special gift that will keep giving pleasures. In ancient Japan the aristocrats made this notion an art form.
"In days of yore, Japanese men of the upper classes would wrap their penises in layers of cloth before going to bed with their wives and mistresses. This was because the more complex a man could make his wrapping, the longer his wife might take to unwrap that "gift" - thereby prolonging the pleasure. Out of this subtle and creative foreplay, kokigami, the art of paper penis costumes, was born.
These days, it is typical to consult a kokigami book, much like a book of cutout clothes for dolls, choose the totem that suits you best, adjust for size, and add any little touches of your own that feel appropriate: feathers, bits of cloth, duct tape. Each comes with a serifu, a kind of script that's used during play full of puns and attitude and sexual innuendo, consisting of the Call ("Arf! Arf! Arf!"), the Response ("What a pretty doggie! Does he want to be scratched behind the ears? Can he roll over? Bad doggie! Go to the dog house!"), and some suggestions about what to do and how to move while the dick is in costume. "
Example: The Dragon
The crafty Dragon likes to breathe his fire into the dark jeweled cave. Ravaging, vengeful, sly.
THE CALL: "Where are my precious jewels? My treasures? My trophies? Are they hidden in your dark cave?"
THE REPLY: "Come on hot stuff! Careful the iron gates don't snap shut and sever your burning tongue!"
THE PLAY: With arms outstretched and fingers curled like claws, move forward warily with the knees bent. The hips may be flicked about spasmodically accompanied by the low seductive roar of a raging furnace.