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Old 23-06-2022, 03:46 PM
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It turns you on when you use them.
I'm using an inflatable chair it is annoying hot every time I hear it squeak or feel it. It feels so good. It's hard not to hump it.

At least I should now be able to use inflatables and balloons alot easier because everyone is used to the sounds from my chair
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Old 24-06-2022, 12:18 AM
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That's what happened when I switched to a ball office chair. Had to switch back to a regular so I can get work done
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Old 27-06-2022, 05:17 PM
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My experience using an air mattress to actually sleep on...

Feels a little soft, needs more air.
Feels a little soft, needs more air.
Feels a little soft, needs more air.
Feels a little soft, needs more air.

ssssssssssssssssssssss

Darn, how'd that happen?

I've slept on them with my ex. It took someone else with me to keep me from continually adding air.

Right now there are stacked air mattresses on my living room floor that a house guest and I use to sit on to watch TV or play video games, and there are a couple other big inflatables for her to sit on as she does her exercise. You'd think I'd come to take these for granted and lose interest. NOPE.
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Old 28-06-2022, 10:11 AM
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It turns you on when you use them.
I'm using an inflatable chair it is annoying hot every time I hear it squeak or feel it. It feels so good. It's hard not to hump it.
When I was in uni, we (5 other girls and I) furnished our uni house with inflatable furniture (wasn't my idea, but of course I didn't disagree with it!) - they'd randomly get bigger and bigger/popped/go missing (not always me). Summer was the best time, because it was perfectly acceptable to sit on them with very little clothing on.
Like Heaviest says, we'd all randomly think "this is a bit soft" and add more air, until the inevitable "whoomph" as either the back seam blew out or the internal baffle tore making the bottom part of the chair in to a massive ball.

We must have been the local [random chinese imports sold cheaply] shops best customers over the 3 years we were there... probably got through close to 100 chairs/sofas.
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Old 29-06-2022, 01:20 PM
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Hi,
How did you inflate them all in a all female household? Pump or by mouth?
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Old 29-06-2022, 07:13 PM
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...inflatable furniture...either the back seam blew out or the internal baffle tore making the bottom part of the chair in to a massive ball.
Back in the days of those bubble furniture sofas there was a local company that did community social things with the inflatable furniture on their lawn. I was about 500 pounds at the time and my girlfriend at the time was about 600. We didn't fit in them but would sit in them, anyway, partially on the arms. We never popped one, but the sides would bulge out around the baffle that holds the shape of the arms. It'd bulge above and below that baffle.

Also, the thing tended to roll backwards, and if we sat on it like that, the front of the sofa, which became partially the top, would bulge.

Basically, it would lose its shape completely with 1100 pounds on it, and I'm shocked we never popped one. We were on it for a couple hours at a time, on several occasions.
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FWIW here are a few things I've found useful to use as furniture for a 755-pound woman, who would otherwise destroy my furniture over time.

For a crafting seat, she uses a big, sturdy, plastic storage crate with a piece of plywood fitted in the top, with a child-size air bed on it. More comfy than the chaise lounge cushion she wore out, not a lot more expensive. Lasts a few weeks before developing a leak, so still not a cheap way to go. If she pushes it against a wall she can fold a double pool air mattress against the front and over the top of it. Very cool to see, but not any more durable than the child's airbed. An 18-pocket single air mattress works as a bench cushion, too, but doesn't have a velvet surface like the air bed.

Two or three double pool air mattresses stacked on the floor. They tend to slide against each other and aren't easy to stand up from, but these are very comfy. We can both sit to one side of these and the other side will billow up behind us to lean on. Makes an easy-to-move sofa that she can move out of the way by herself. Sturdy enough for just her, but not sturdy enough for us both, or for her and Tall Girl, but still lasts long enough to be worth doing. Very important that she be able to clear the living room floor by herself.

The Inex lounge is sturdy enough for her. Kinda hard for her to stand back up. She can put an 18-pocket single air mattress across the end of it for more thickness. Works really pretty well, so long as she doesn't fall off it.

18-inch tall twin size air bed. Works a lot like the Intex lounge, but has a velvet surface for comfort, and possibly doesn't compress as much, if it is very fully inflated. Works even better with another inflatable on top of it, but for easy use works well enough alone.

An Intex rose float on a stair landing is the perfect height and is comfy. She has popped the outer ring on a couple of them getting up or down on the thing. Makes a good destination seat for her inside walking exercises. Also good place to get dressed.

Exercise ball. Another destination seat for walking indoors.

She owns an inflatable sofa but in three visits has not brought it with her.
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