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Old 19-04-2019, 12:36 AM
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Back when I used to live with my parents, I used to rent super-cheap $40 per night hotel rooms 1-2 times a month to inflate huge balloon rooms. I could usually just do my looning when my parents were not at home but I've been caught looning by my parents a number of times. We're talking, caught buck-ass-naked-dick-stuck-to-leg-post-orgasm-passed out in a sea of 100's of loons, or parents walking in on MULTIPLE balloon rooms, or parents coming home early and hearing tons of balloon pops as soon as they get out the car... the list goes on, folks. SMH *face palm* lol! If there's a way to be caught looning, I've probably done it lol. No bueno, y'all. I've even been caught by my parents as a full-grown adult living with my wife in our own house! FML! .I've also been caught by my wife (then just my gf and loons were still awkward), my ex-gf's step-dad, my ex-gf's brother, and a childhood female friend. Anyways, I digress... *sigh* At least nowadays, I can look back on getting caught and just laugh about it. Back to hotel looning.

Hotel looning is kinda fun to me, like a special occasion bc I don't always get to do it. But I've always found that the "do not disturb" door thingy comes in handy. Room service doesn't f w/ your stuff for days and you're free to get as weird as you possibly can in the meantime.

I usually wind up filling up the room and just leaving it for days. It's kinda fun worrying (it's a rush almost getting caught for me) if you're gonna be found out while you're not in the room by an accidental pop ringing out in the hallway. Plus it kinda gives me a fuzzy feeling from a busy day about whatever city I'm in, walking back to my room and the thought pops in my mind that there's a beautiful squishy room of balloons waiting on my return. The only thing I hate about hotel looning is the 'guilty' feeling I have to fend off worrying about being a jerk popping balloons at an inappropriate hour. (Not much of an issue for me these days, I'll explain) It's plain exhausting and time consuming running "experiments" all over the place trying to figure out, worrying, or guessing how loud a pop may be perceived by other guests. I've come to find that the better the hotel, generally the better the sound proofing. (Or they just ignore it... typically on weekends where folks are usually going out on the town, partying, drunk etc.)

Probably because I've been caught so much though, and I've kinda been on a journey as of late fully accepting my "Looner-hood" and just being less ashamed about it, I generally don't care about getting caught these days. I mean I don't try to be a jerk about it, going about popping at 2 a.m. or something. But at the same time, being mindful of my neighbors of course, I kinda don't give f*ck about being caught looning anymore. I won't pop like 100 big super-loud loons or something, but I WILL just go about my business looning and popping to my hearts content in a hotel nowadays. If I'm minding my manners, I'll generally keep BTP's to a minimum, and stick to less "loud" popping methods like humping, nails, etc.

But if it's one of those cheap crappy hotels... call me an ass but I seriously don't f-ing care at all-- probably because the manager and other guests don't care either. Seriously... I'm popping ALL the damn balloons! And I'm gonna pop them as loud and obnoxious as I can lol. If the looning was good, I've been known to refill the room and do it again! I mean it's not illegal, it's just kinda obnoxious. Given that people generally leave God knows what body fluids and other paraphernalia (drugs etc.) behind, I feel like there's no reason to be ashamed for what I'm doing in my room.

Also given how not-mainstream looning is to the average population, you can kinda take advantage of that fact. First, just be up front with management that you're gonna be popping balloons. Balloons aren't banned from hotels, and they generally don't care. Hotels have banquet halls, and balloons are in banquet halls all the time. If balloons are in a banquet hall, they're gonna be popped. Either by the partygoers, decorators, or the cleanup crew.

Plus, believe it or not balloon popping is actually A LOT more acceptable by the general public than we tend to think. On average the average person either loves or hates balloons popping. If they think it's fun (or just don't mind), you're good to go. If they hate it, (sorry to be a jerk, but the loons are already inflated) at least you're not doing it in front of them, it won't last forever, and your room will muffle the sound. So you got a 50-50 chance from the start that the person won't mind. You just gotta be upfront. If someone asks you what you are doing? And you just reply bluntly and matter-of-factly, "I'm popping balloons...", theres seriously nothing to say back lol! Yes, it's a fact balloons are in this room. The balloons are here and they aren't just gonna suddenly disappear. If you don't want me to play with balloons (that's your problem first of all), that's only gonna happen if I make the balloons go away. And how's the only way that they're gonna "disappear"? By me popping them! So yeah... deal with it. If you think I'm weird, whelp... I'm never gonna see you again for the rest of my life so what does what you think about me even matter?

I think I've only left loons behind for the cleaning service once, but it just isn't my thing. I guess I get the appeal of it, and I felt kinda mischievous which was fun, but I think I oughta balance out my karma for all the obnoxious popping I just did. Totally not judging here, but anyone care to explain their thought processes behind leaving loons behind for the staff when you leave? I'm just legit curious. Like are just leaving behind something that made you happy, to make someone else happy? Is it mischievous? It's it fun to leave people perplexed why the hell loons are in the the room?

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Old 19-04-2019, 01:34 AM
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I did loon twice in a few hotel rooms, stayed in Brisbane for a few days for a keynote speech, and hired the hotel room for three nights. At the time, I had a few mylar champagne bottles, and a huge council bin liner inflated rock hard. All three items were still fully inflated and left as is before I left. Deflated and packed away when checking out. Didn't have any issues with hotel staff touching or moving inflated items. I guess it would have been an interesting experience if a hotel staff member walked in, seeing me stark naked wrapped around a huge inflated council bin liner, mind you I was doing this around 1 am 2 am.

A few years earlier, Melbourne was different, I had a 36 inch black beach ball inflated with two inflated 72 inch baseball bats. This stay was also over three nights. I found the bats and balls were moved around by hotel staff every time I'd been out for the day. Remember wiping the finger marks off with some damped paper towels, as I like my inflated stuff clean and squeaky when having a loon session.

My only worry about looning in hotel rooms is any security cameras or surveillance. One would hate to have a great looning session, only to see the security footage appear on youtube; maybe I'm a little paranoid, but tend to keep the looning thing as much as possible under the blankets when staying out. That's where huge inflatable baseball bats and hammers come in, can be done somewhat more discrete. I know the next time I hit a hotel room, hopping into bed naked with half a dozen 72 inch baseball bats firmly inflated is just as f*ckingly good as any balloons.
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Old 19-04-2019, 06:10 AM
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I think in an actual hotel room you're OK.
Privacy laws in 1st World countries forbid cameras in individual rooms. Stay in name brand hotels, and you should be fine.
Besides, if you want talk about what goes on in hotel rooms, if they were theoretically recording you, I think some dude playing with balloons/inflatables would be no where near as juicy as catching some of the kinky sex that goes on in hotels.
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Old 20-04-2019, 11:00 PM
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Yeah, true, but it being the 21st century, I admit to being somewhat a little naive regarding where camera's could potentially be. Just saying I can still have a ball of a time, but being somewhat more discrete in certain places. Besides, the first time when in bed with so many large inflatable baseball bats (melbourne), the sexual arousel surprisingly felt very intense and erotic, and how the blankets hold the body warmth within, makes the bats even more firmer, further embellishes the pleasure of the moment.

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