When it comes to inserting things anally, do people really just try any ol' thing up there?

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When it comes to inserting things anally, do people really just try any ol' thing up there?

Rhazya Rhazya
I've seen a million warnings, on reviews and other places not to insert x toy anally due to not having a flared base or what have you. I haven't really done a lot of inserting. But why do you think the warnings exactly? Is it really that common? Do people really go to the ER that often with a coke bottle up there?
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The warnings are to keep users safe obviously.
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The warnings are there to keep companies/people from being sued.
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As not everyone can afford $$$ anal toys, they are there for FYI to recommend cheap toys you can use anally.
I'll stick anything up there once.. but I'm careful!
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How'd you know I was at the ER with the coke bottle? O_0
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Other, will explain below.
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Total votes: 123 (90 voters)
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I've done plenty of butt play and outside of fingers I would hesitate to put anything other than toys up my butt, and of those only ones that are either flared at the base or otherwise designed not to get lodged internally.

Things can definitely get sucked in and with a little lube involved relying on your grip alone seems like a pretty iffy plan. I would also hesitate to put anything up my butt that wasn't designed for that purpose. The people who put bottles, candles, vegetables, etc. up there are running a number of risks that just don't seem worth it when high quality toys in all shapes and sizes are easily obtainable.
05/03/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
Like Boink said, the warnings are real, not just to keep companies in business.

There are thousands of people going to ERs every year with things "accidentally" stuck in their bottoms, that need to be removed with tools only hospitals have.

The lower bowel has several reflexes, one of them to prevent you from... shitting your pants. That reflex causes a reverse of the muscles propelling stool forward, if, for instance, you can't get into a bathroom as soon as you feel the need to. (Although for your health, you should go when you need to.) This reflex will work on other things and actually pull the unsafe object into the rectum, where it may or may not be retrievable by home means.

Well made anal specific toys aren't that expensive. You can get a nice butt plug or a nice probe for under $20.00. I wouldn't take a chance on anything other than a real, made for anal play toy!
05/03/2012
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
You must watch this video by Ducky Doolittle. You will absolutely flip at what has been found in peoples rectums.
05/03/2012
woofcub woofcub
There is a reason that people and companies warn users against inserting certain things and toys analy. Things can get sucked in there and as said above and with lube it can be hard to remove.
The toys with a flared base are usually meant for anal use however some of the bases can be too small. To answer your question yes people do end up in the ER to have to have toys and other objects removed from them that were not meant to be inserted, I have a friend that works rounds in the ER and has already seen a few cases of such in the time that he has been working.
05/03/2012
Kitten has left the site Kitten has left the site
*facepalm* coke bottle? really? go watch a certain episode of 1000 ways to die. one of them show that a man stuck a bunch of thermometers up his arse that had MERCURY in them. not bright at all.
05/03/2012
unfulfilled unfulfilled
It's very important to get itmes designed with the proper base. Don't want it slipping in there.
05/03/2012
Beck Beck
I'm going to say google one guy and a glass jar, but this is for adult eyes only. And not for the weak stomach. People put the craziest things in their ass. Be safe and only insert what is designed to go inside there.
05/03/2012
31 Flavors 31 Flavors
I wouldn't put anything in there unless I was absolutely certain that I could get it back out with a trip to the ER.
05/03/2012
VelvetDragon VelvetDragon
The risk is very real. These warnings can't be echoed enough.
05/03/2012
Incendiaire Incendiaire
A lot of it can be about knowing your own body.

If you've been playing around with anal toys for a while, and you know the maximum length you can insert in there, then you can get away with using any toy that's a couple of inches longer than this, even if it doesn't have a flared base, as there'll always be something protruding which you can grab onto and pull it back out with.
05/03/2012
Various Various
I'm sure the warnings are there to keep people safe. I know I am not putting anything in my bum that doesn't have a really nice flared base.
05/03/2012
Mwar Mwar
Hospitals get a TON of visits over this kind of stuff, you'd be surprised at what people do.
05/03/2012
HannahPanda HannahPanda
I like the warnings, it's safe for everyone involved.
05/03/2012
PropertyOfPotter PropertyOfPotter
I wouldn't dare! it's scary what people will do!
05/03/2012
MrWishyWashy MrWishyWashy
I'm with everyone else on this one. If there are clear warnings on a toy not to stick it your ass, it's staying out!
05/03/2012
bella1 bella1
Quote:
Originally posted by Rhazya
I've seen a million warnings, on reviews and other places not to insert x toy anally due to not having a flared base or what have you. I haven't really done a lot of inserting. But why do you think the warnings exactly? Is it really that ...
You would be amazed by the objects, items etc, people show up to the er having inserted in the rectum, usually saying they "lost" it
05/03/2012
Maximusx Maximusx
Quote:
Originally posted by Mwar
Hospitals get a TON of visits over this kind of stuff, you'd be surprised at what people do.
I'd like to get ahold of some x rays! lol People are silly and do all kinda crazy stuff!
05/03/2012
Maximusx Maximusx
I never put anything up there that might get lost!
05/03/2012
Master DarkWolf Master DarkWolf
First two, and I would never let my Baby use anything unsafe in her flesh either!
05/03/2012
DreamWolf DreamWolf
Quote:
Originally posted by Master DarkWolf
First two, and I would never let my Baby use anything unsafe in her flesh either!
Yep, I would be too timid to do such things anyway! ^^
05/03/2012
ksparkles16 ksparkles16
I'd only put a toy up there with a flared base! Warnings are there for a reason.
05/04/2012
ScottA ScottA
People do stupid things surprisingly often.

Until you really know your body well I strongly recommend sticking with things that will always have a bit sticking out. They're usually safe and you won't have a problem.

Once you really know your body you can experiment a little more, but you need to be careful - certain shapes are more likely to get stuck, and anything with a point or something that can catch on the intestinal folds or break is a NO-NO. You also need to be comfortable enough to go get help if you need it.
05/04/2012
Rhazya Rhazya
This wasn't meant to offend anyone by the way, was just curious why all the warnings. And no I haven't used a Coke Bottle, it was a joke.. heard it before and wondered if it was an urban myth. Thanks everyone for their replies so far.
05/04/2012
BBW Talks Toys BBW Talks Toys
Quote:
Originally posted by Rhazya
This wasn't meant to offend anyone by the way, was just curious why all the warnings. And no I haven't used a Coke Bottle, it was a joke.. heard it before and wondered if it was an urban myth. Thanks everyone for their replies so far.
Definitely not a myth. Happens all the time. P'Gell's explanation of the muscles is spot on and something to seriously consider when playing with your bum.
05/04/2012
Hallmar82 Hallmar82
Yeah, no joke. People come into the ER on a fairly regular basis who "fell" on certain objects.
05/04/2012
gsfanatic gsfanatic
My friend's mother treated someone who shoved a lightbulb up there.
05/04/2012
Missmarc Missmarc
Quote:
Originally posted by Rhazya
I've seen a million warnings, on reviews and other places not to insert x toy anally due to not having a flared base or what have you. I haven't really done a lot of inserting. But why do you think the warnings exactly? Is it really that ...
I really only use toys in my ass.
05/04/2012
hall5885 hall5885
I know many nurses and I heard many stories about people going to the ER with things up the booty that got stuck, sucked in, etc. After hearing those horror stories I make sure there is always a flared base.
05/06/2012
Loriandhubby Loriandhubby
I cannot echo what everyone else is saying enough. I worked in the ER for almost a year. You would not believe the amount of people who had to be sent to surgery to remove things from there lower bowel.

Also another thing to consider is that many toys that say anal use are not good for anal use; such as ones with a very small neck. If the neck is not large enough the sphincter has no room to close around the toy. Also, I have seen many toys that say for anal use that do not have a large base on them. This is also dangerous.
05/06/2012
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