Keeping things warm in the winter

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tundraman
Posts: 1335
Joined: April 25th, 2012, 11:11 am
Sexuality: Bisexual
Time stretching?: 3 + years
Stretching usage: WMCs
Your hang: free 6.5 inch
Stretching intensity: 24/7/365 until I reached my goal.
Now I only stretch when I feel like it.
Height and weight: 70 inch, 155 pounds
Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

Re: Keeping things warm in the winter

Postby tundraman » May 30th, 2012, 4:51 pm

I tried the sandwich bags and did'nt like the feel or the crinkly sound they make in motion - I just want to hear the soft jingle jingle under me kilt - :lol:

Norman - Sounds like we settle on about the same socks. Mine are boys large, no show, thick cotton worn fuzzy side out to reduce wicking of the shea. I zigzag stitched and cut off the heels to make a straight tube bag about 7 inches long with a good elastic at the top. After prototyping the first sock, I did the rest of the 6 pair and now have a dozen and put a fresh one on every day, I wash them with the rest of my normal socks. I did this a year ago they last quite well not being walked on and using low heat to dry. :D
I wear them year around unless it is hot enough to make my sack start sweating. Put it in my pocket and reinstall when I get indoors again with the chilling AC or coolers.

My favorite game is playing spin the hang walking - you need to be wearing a kilt - it is easyier with a sock over the hang but not required.
Walk with your legs just far enough apart for the hang to get almost between them. Instead of bouncing from thigh to kilt apron (front) to thigh, it will spin one way then the other off the forward thigh. Done with the right tempo and spacing, getting a quarter turn on the hang both ways is easy - feels awesome ( silly grin here) and gives a great twisting stretch to the old fun bag. :lol:
I even sent Jarod a kilt to try this game out, he enjoyed it. But with his hang the kilt is too short for every day use ( no bending over for him at 6"2" and around a 9" hang - if so I wanna watch - :lol: Jarod I'm picking on ya!)
Gett'er Down, Chuck
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Norman
Posts: 171
Joined: January 8th, 2012, 2:59 pm
Time stretching?: 2 years 3 months
Stretching usage: WMCs
Your hang: up to 6". I've noticed them drop even more!
Stretching intensity: 15+30+15mm a lot of the time, 30mm 24/7.
Your relationship status: Married (officially or otherwise)
Are you pierced?: No
Height and weight: 67" 154 lbs
age: 70
Location: UK

Re: Keeping things warm in the winter

Postby Norman » May 30th, 2012, 7:15 pm

I look forward to the day we see Jarod in his kilt(!), I reckon it would look like a ballet tutu on his frame. I haven't tried the sock without the bag. The sock certainly does keep thing warm. I was thinking of looking for Thinsulate socks for next winter to reduce the bulk in the trouser department.
I am travelling along an unknown road but I now see that I am not alone.

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tundraman
Posts: 1335
Joined: April 25th, 2012, 11:11 am
Sexuality: Bisexual
Time stretching?: 3 + years
Stretching usage: WMCs
Your hang: free 6.5 inch
Stretching intensity: 24/7/365 until I reached my goal.
Now I only stretch when I feel like it.
Height and weight: 70 inch, 155 pounds
Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

Re: Keeping things warm in the winter

Postby tundraman » May 31st, 2012, 12:15 am

If it is going to come in contact with shea or any other oils, stick with natural fibers. The oils/butters chemicly combine with all the synthetics and will never wash out. Just a heads up as any of the nice sweat wicking properties will be permanently gone.

ASIDE this site has been a lot more active than Rantillion today - bring it on guys.
Gett'er Down, Chuck
Index of info posts - viewtopic.php?f=4&t=931
Jarod's guide: http://www.secretleather.com/jarod.johansen
Dave's Secretleather site for real WMC's: http://www.secretleather.com/

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Norman
Posts: 171
Joined: January 8th, 2012, 2:59 pm
Time stretching?: 2 years 3 months
Stretching usage: WMCs
Your hang: up to 6". I've noticed them drop even more!
Stretching intensity: 15+30+15mm a lot of the time, 30mm 24/7.
Your relationship status: Married (officially or otherwise)
Are you pierced?: No
Height and weight: 67" 154 lbs
age: 70
Location: UK

Re: Keeping things warm in the winter

Postby Norman » May 31st, 2012, 2:02 pm

Good point. I believe the thermal stuff is synthetic. I did pop into Rantillion earlier (saw your Zzzzz entry!), it has been quiet this week, as you point out it is only us retired persons who are around! I'm off to have another read of the Guide to check on weights for the beginners + stage.

Norman
I am travelling along an unknown road but I now see that I am not alone.

benpomp
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Re: Keeping things warm in the winter

Postby benpomp » June 22nd, 2012, 11:25 am

I simply use a SOKA, that's a little sock for women's pumps.
Its comfortable, warm and … sexy !!
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benpomp
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Re: Keeping things warm in the winter

Postby benpomp » June 22nd, 2012, 11:26 am

Combinations are great !!
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iconoclast2222
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Sexuality: Gay
Time stretching?: 2 yrs
Stretching usage: steel rings of various sizes
Your hang: 4 in
Stretching intensity: 24/7
Are you pierced?: No
Height and weight: 5'7" 160 lbs
Location: Near Harrisburg, PA

Re: Keeping things warm in the winter

Postby iconoclast2222 » October 29th, 2013, 4:52 am

Consider using female condoms rather than plastic bags. They should work well in all regards and are readily available.

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grampareg
Posts: 41
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Sexuality: Bisexual
Time stretching?: 12 years now
Stretching usage: Stainless weights
Your hang: 7 inches
Stretching intensity: 24 hours a day for 6 days at a time
Your relationship status: Married (officially or otherwise)
Are you pierced?: Yes
Height and weight: 6ft
age: 60
Other sexual practices: Cbt ball piercing
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Re: Keeping things warm in the winter

Postby grampareg » December 16th, 2016, 2:42 pm

I use sandwich bags with shea butter inside and covered with nylon anklets and keeps everything nice and warm no matter how cold it is outside and as always commando want the weights to do stretching 7/24

ether
Posts: 1
Joined: January 4th, 2017, 2:29 am
Sexuality: Bisexual
Time stretching?: 2 weeks
Stretching usage: Sillicone, metal ring/ weight
Your hang: 4 inchs
Stretching intensity: 24h 3days
Your relationship status: Married (officially or otherwise)
Are you pierced?: Yes
Height and weight: 5'8" / 220lbs

Re: Keeping things warm in the winter

Postby ether » January 10th, 2017, 4:11 pm

hehehe cold here in Canada Qc !! download/file.php?mode=view&id=2268
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stretcher669
Posts: 95
Joined: December 26th, 2016, 5:58 am
Sexuality: Bisexual
Time stretching?: 8 years
Stretching usage: started with leather now using weights for the last 4 years which has had amazing results
Your hang: 7 inches
Stretching intensity: 24/7 most of the time using either 40/44oz weights. on hot days i would had on another 15oz. love walking around commando with the weights on
Your relationship status: Permanent relationship
Are you pierced?: Yes
Height and weight: 180cm, 79kg
age: over 50
Other sexual practices: sounding, nipple pumping, butt plug, cock and ball pumping,
Location: Australia

Re: Keeping things warm in the winter

Postby stretcher669 » January 10th, 2017, 10:49 pm

benpomp wrote:I simply use a SOKA, that's a little sock for women's pumps.
Its comfortable, warm and … sexy !!

love your hang looks amazing


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