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maziclaya
Member # 4181
 - posted July 08, 2005 03:02
http://www.bodybouncer.com

I cracked up watching this thing in action. But then my wife started asking questions! Has anyone actually tried one?
 
Serenak
Member # 2950
 - posted July 08, 2005 05:16
Ha ha ha ha

But how will it interact with the mattress springs? If the simple harmonic motions get out of sync at least one of you'll get a nasty shock....

Never mind what happens if it just plain slips/tips/bounces off the side of the bed!!!!

Might be alright if both partners are aged and infirm and can't muster the strength for some of these positions [Wink]

I guess it'll be like all those "lose pounds (out of your wallet anyway) with our fantastic new whizzomatic exercise whatsit" Just plaid doesn't work and clogs up your cupboard for 10 years before you finally chuck it away....

Oh the humanity of it all

[Big Grin]
 
ChildeRoland
Member # 3880
 - posted July 08, 2005 05:18
Matress springs?? What kind of matress springs do you have laying around on your floor??
 
Serenak
Member # 2950
 - posted July 08, 2005 07:06
Listen Child(e) [Wink]

When you get old like wot I am the pleasures of sexual congress are diminished rather than enhanced by rolling around on the floor (and in my house that'll likely end up with someone getting a part of some child's toy somewhare they rather it wasn't).

I for one prefer the pleasures of the flesh in the comfort of my big springy bed (anyway if I bounce nicely on that I don't need no steenkin' mini trapmet wi' a hole innit....)

[Big Grin]
 
ewomack
Member # 3225
 - posted July 09, 2005 19:34
Ooh! Reading the warnings and risks on the brochure made me a little queasy... augh... then my imagination kicked in... oooh... ahhhh... ow... I think I'll go find a jockstrap to put on until I feel safe again...

Whooooo... [Eek!]
 
ChildeRoland
Member # 3880
 - posted July 09, 2005 19:57
You aren't too bright are you, Serenek? The device is obviously designed to be put on something that can support it (ie a FLOOR) not on a bed where it can rock about and possibly tip over. Therefore, why would you worry about how it interacts with your matress springs?? Are you really stupid enough to try it on your bed??
 
SilverBlade
Member # 3541
 - posted July 09, 2005 20:03
[Eek!] You should have put NSFW on that!!

I had no idea what it was on about then I got it and... woaaaah.

Its very pricey too for a springy chair with a hole cut through it.
 
dragonman97
Member # 780
 - posted July 09, 2005 20:31
quote:
Originally posted by ChildeRoland:
You aren't too bright are you, Serenek? The device is obviously designed to be put on something that can support it (ie a FLOOR) not on a bed where it can rock about and possibly tip over. Therefore, why would you worry about how it interacts with your matress springs?? Are you really stupid enough to try it on your bed??

He's not stupid man. I can't be bothered to visit the site to see this illustrious thing, but I'm pretty sure Serenak's reasons are thought out well enough -- or that he thinks the thing is too stupid be logically debate. [Smile]
 
ArcticBlue
Member # 4034
 - posted July 09, 2005 21:21
Hmm.. Looks like it could be useful. No testimonials that I could find though.
 
Serenak
Member # 2950
 - posted July 10, 2005 09:09
Childe Roland,

I am neither stupid nor deluded - the thing is laughable at best and possibly dangerous at worst. I am quite aware of what the device is designed to do - suck money out of the wallets of the gullible and into the bank account of the promoter....

As Dragonman said
quote:
the thing is too stupid to be logically debated

 




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