Fun with ice (request for comments)

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In article <MUFFY.92N...@remarque.berkeley.edu> mu...@remarque.berkeley.edu (Muffy Barkocy) writes:
>From: mu...@remarque.berkeley.edu (Muffy Barkocy)
>Subject: Re: Fun with ice (request for comments)
>Date: 11 Nov 92 17:14:37

>In article <BxJ197...@cs.cmu.edu> anonym...@godiva.nectar.cs.cmu.edu (Newbies 'R Us) writes:
>>I was discussing fun with ice yesterday with my bottom (well, no, _I_ was
>>talking, she was wimpering and crossing her legs). The topic of an ice dildo
>>came up.

>>This sounds like a fun thing (to use ... not to have done to me, though I
>>think she may get bad ideas from it :) ) ... but I'm a bit concerned about
>>cramps and other nasty nonconsensual stuff like that.

>>Anything I should know/worry about?

>Ice! Yes, absolutely! Applied inside or out!

>I had a great time at a party once on a hot night...several people
>applying ice all over my body. No particular risk here that I know of,
>but it is much nicer when your body is already hot...otherwise, it can
>be kind of an unpleasant feeling, with drips of water all over you. The
>mesh outfit I was wearinng also helped keep the water from puddling and
>running all over.

>Ice inside...my SO and I tried putting small pieces of ice inside me,
>but I really couldn't feel it that much (he could, and enjoyed it). So,
>I really think ice dildoes are the way to go. We got this "party joke"
>ice mold - "Mr. Peter" or something like that. Anyway, it is rather
>large (thick) and realistically shaped. Fill it with water, freeze it,
>and you're ready to go. The mold is a nice thick layer of plastic, so
>it can be used still in the mold (use a condom over the mold). This
>is very convenient and avoids any problems with ice sticking to
>sensitive body parts, but you get plenty of cold! Highly recommended -
>great combined with oral sex...*smile*...

>Muffy
>--

>Muffy Barkocy mu...@mica.berkeley.edu
>~Weavers' fingers flying on the loom/patterns shift too fast to be
> discerned/all these years of thinking/ended up like this/in front
> of all this beauty/understanding nothing~ - Bruce Cockburn
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