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Old 20-07-2019, 08:19 PM
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Ah yes good point there BalloonBoyUK. Maybe I was secretly hoping she had a balloon fetish.
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Old 22-07-2019, 07:14 AM
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just because someone like popping balloons, doesn't mean that they are a closet looner. ... just found it fun, it can be a stress-reliever, rather than a sexual thing.
Maybe I am not a real looner? I enjoy popping balloons, enjoy the tension and innocently demolishing something inexpensive, replaceable thing...
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Old 23-07-2019, 01:37 PM
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Maybe I am not a real looner? I enjoy popping balloons, enjoy the tension and innocently demolishing something inexpensive, replaceable thing...
Yes, but I'm assuming that you get sexual arousal and/or sexual pleasure from doing so, ergo you are a looner. That's the difference.

There are lots of things in life we enjoy, but they're only a sexual fetish (in the true sense of the word) if they give you sexual pleasure. If you can blow-up a balloon, or be surrounded by dozens of them, whilst naked, and you don't get the slightest "urge" in your manhood, then yes, you could argue it's not a fetish.
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Old 11-09-2019, 07:46 AM
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I filled around 100 balloons in my room and it was very funny.

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Old 12-09-2019, 11:19 AM
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I filled around 100 balloons in my room and it was very fully.

Ive had several balloon rooms over the years. The best one, was when I had rented my own 2-bed-flat during time at University, and lived on my own. I emptied out the big spare room, and filled it from floor to ceiling with about 1000 x 11" Qualatex rounds. Yes, one thousand of them!

I used to spend a lot of time in that room!

I've also done a couple of smaller rooms, but still used around 800 x 11" Qualatex rounds. Again, they were all great fun, and brought me a lot of fun memories.

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Old 13-09-2019, 12:14 AM
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Ive had several balloon rooms over the years. The best one, was when I had rented my own 2-bed-flat during time at University, and lived on my own. I emptied out the big spare room, and filled it from floor to ceiling with about 1000 x 11" Qualatex rounds. Yes, one thousand of them!

I used to spend a lot of time in that room!

I've also done a couple of smaller rooms, but still used around 800 x 11" Qualatex rounds. Again, they were all great fun, and brought me a lot of fun memories.
Wonder what happened to those balloons afterwards
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Old 13-09-2019, 04:06 AM
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Own 2 bed flat! 1000 Qualatex balloons! and I thought students struggle on their loans!
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Old 13-09-2019, 12:13 PM
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I hope that the readers of this thread don't mind another non popper posting a comment.

I've filled shower stalls with balloons several times. It is great fun. However, it is a real challenge to shower with wet and soapy balloons, especially if the soap slips out of my hands . 16 and 17 inch balloons work best (see photo), in my experience.

I've also tackled the room full of balloons. That is LOTS of work, even with 3 footers. Plus it is pretty distracting while you are filling the room.

As for how it works for non poppers, I have lots of clips. I can fill the balloons more fully by clipping, save my fingers from all that tying, and easily deflate the balloons afterwards. (It also means that I have a ton of inflated balloons to dry and put away.)
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Omg, that shower...It must be extasy to be inside it! I bet some balloons popped by accident?
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Wonder what happened to those balloons afterwards
Sadly, when I had to move, I had to deflate and get rid of all of them. A sad day.


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Own 2 bed flat! 1000 Qualatex balloons! and I thought students struggle on their loans!
I was renting, not owning the flat. Secondly, when you buy 1000 x balloons, you can get a discount on them. Thirdly, I was one of those rare students who didn't drink alcohol, didn't smoke, didn't do drugs, rarely went out pubbing/clubbing. Plus, I had some regular part-time work too. All that money was put towards something more fun!

It can be done, you know!
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