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Old 08-02-2017, 07:07 AM
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Hi there, as you can see I'm a popper (sorry if my name offends anyone) I had a question for everyone here. I was reading this thread and it seemed like there was a general consensus on two different views on popping. It seems like for some, popping is a genuine fear. For other's it seems like they just prefer their balloons inflated instead or popping. I know everyone had a different view on balloons and I respect that, but am I right about what I'm observing?
Your observation is correct, for some of us such as myself we are scared of the loud noise that the balloon produces when it pops, but for others they gain an emotional connection between balloons if they popped then it would break their heart
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Old 09-02-2017, 12:50 AM
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Originally Posted by Masseylooner1 View Post
Your observation is correct, for some of us such as myself we are scared of the loud noise that the balloon produces when it pops, but for others they gain an emotional connection between balloons if they popped then it would break their heart
yes both for me !
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Old 22-03-2017, 07:42 PM
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I wouldn't characterize myself as scare of the balloon popping, but it's certainly a surprise. Mostly I'm a non-popper simply because I get no release from popping, and it means the balloon is gone. I'm not emotionally attached, but it's just a pain, especially if I only have so many or have to go blow up another one.
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Old 23-03-2017, 02:00 AM
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I wouldn't characterize myself as scare of the balloon popping, but it's certainly a surprise. Mostly I'm a non-popper simply because I get no release from popping, and it means the balloon is gone. I'm not emotionally attached, but it's just a pain, especially if I only have so many or have to go blow up another one.
That'a pretty much how I am. I get nothing from it popping.
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Old 23-03-2017, 04:38 AM
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I personally don't see why you would pop a balloon, meaning you cannot enjoy it's presence, play and interact with it I don't fear popping but I do avoid it regularly as I prefer to spend my time playing with my balloons!
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Old 28-03-2017, 09:09 AM
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I'm basically a non-popper out of fear. I generally have one of two reactions to accidental pops. If it's very loud, it scares the crap out of me, and often I don't want to inflate any more that day.

But if it's not super-loud, I feel almost pleased with myself, as if to say, "see, that wasn't so bad." In this case I sometimes enjoy looking at the remnants and remembering how big it was. I almost feel like I'm a wannabe popper - I like watching B2P vids - but can't get past the fear.

In either case I don't feel any sense of loss or sadness, so no particular emotional attachment for me.
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Old 28-03-2017, 09:38 PM
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I'm basically a non-popper out of fear. I generally have one of two reactions to accidental pops. If it's very loud, it scares the crap out of me, and often I don't want to inflate any more that day.

But if it's not super-loud, I feel almost pleased with myself, as if to say, "see, that wasn't so bad." In this case I sometimes enjoy looking at the remnants and remembering how big it was. I almost feel like I'm a wannabe popper - I like watching B2P vids - but can't get past the fear.

In either case I don't feel any sense of loss or sadness, so no particular emotional attachment for me.
I'm exactly the same way. In fact, although I'm very afraid of the pop, so long as the pop isn't too loud I like when they pop because it means I can start over and blow up another one . If I weren't phobic I would probably be a popper, I've blown to pop a balloon under a duvet which might have been the most arousing thing I've ever done with them but I'm too scared to do it again
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