Have you tried it upside down?

Wawers Wawers
The pushin cushin
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Im just curious. I love laying upside down on a hill and having the blood rush to my head. Im curious as to how it would feel rushing to my lady bits and head at once
04/09/2012
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Wawers Wawers
Also, has anyone had trouble with this slipping?
04/09/2012
Elnoa Elnoa
I use it upside down mostly (not really upside down, but with my hips lifted). It works best with the ramp for your head to lie on, I think. I've never noticed it slipping.
04/09/2012
Zombirella Zombirella
It is designed to use in either direction for different positions as well as whatever is comfortable for the user. You just gotta experiment with the pillows.
04/09/2012
sunsplash sunsplash
what about it becoming smooshed?
04/18/2012
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Depending on the material you put it on it could slide, we use ours on one of Liberators Throe's and it does not move at all on the Throe.
04/18/2012
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Quote:
Originally posted by sunsplash
what about it becoming smooshed?
Good luck, Liberator uses high density foam. With the wife and I (About 380 lbs or so) on it it will only compress about 3-4", my wife thinks it is to firm. That foam is part of the reason for the price but it is so worth it. It should last for a long, long time.
04/18/2012
brevado brevado
Quote:
Originally posted by Wawers
Also, has anyone had trouble with this slipping?
Never had it slip on us. It holds its position pretty well. And the angle is not too much that you start feeling weird.
06/09/2012
Shade Shade
Quote:
Originally posted by Elnoa
I use it upside down mostly (not really upside down, but with my hips lifted). It works best with the ramp for your head to lie on, I think. I've never noticed it slipping.
I agree, though I don't understand how you can have the blood rushing to your lady bits and head at once, like the way you've mentioned it.
02/09/2013
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