What should I fill my kiddie-pool with?

What should I fill my kiddie-pool with?

Yoda Yoda
I recently purchased a small, inflatable kiddie-pool for the purpose of setting it up in my living room, then filling it with some kind of lube or oil, then making love to my wife in it. I recently got the idea after watching the "KY wrestling" scene in the movie "Old School". Of course, no wrestling will take place, just some good old-fashioned slippery fun.

So tell me, what should I fill this pool with? Keep in mind that when I say "fill", I only mean a litre or two.
Answers (public voting - your screen name will appear in the results):
Olive Oil
Gunsmoke , EJ , K101 , bayosgirl
4  (6%)
Grape Seed Oil
Howells
1  (2%)
Baby Oil
prettynpink , Teddixox
2  (3%)
Water-Based Lube
Red Vinyl Kitty , Vanille , Talena , domsub1993 , -BillD , CoffeeCup , Ciao. , ZenaidaMacroura , SaMiKaY , Bignuf , MeliPixie , DeliciousSurprise , unfulfilled , Beck , padmeamidala , Jaimes , ConnerJay , wetone123 , Ryuson , Kitka , zensgirl10 , AndromedaJane , duff , Lily Night , LilLostLenore , LavenderSkies , butterflygirlxo , 0letitgrow , tlaskowski , MissCandyland , WetJenn , chickyto82 , jeangel246 , Snozzberries , leelee , Undead , eeep , I'mNotYourToy , GONE! , KrazyKandy , fufucat , Fuck it. , winterseve , 425shark , slynch , Adriana Ravenlust , Falsepast , madpupalex0 , PropertyOfPotter , BlooJay , MamaDivine , potstickers , Vaginas , Stagger13 , tortilla
55  (89%)
Total votes: 62
Poll is closed
10/26/2011
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Red Vinyl Kitty Red Vinyl Kitty
If you're having sex, my vote is for water-based lubes because I have always heard that putting oil *internally* is harsh on the body and can cause infections since the body doesn't know how to get rid of it. That wouldn't be any fun to me.
10/26/2011
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
Olive oil is my choice - if it's good enough to eat, how can it hurt as a lube - and I assume that in the quantities that you need, water-based (or any lube) would be prohibitively expensive. Never heard of grape seed oil - but I guess that could work as well. Baby oil is petroleum based - so I'd avoid that.
10/26/2011
Ansley Ansley
In the living room? I hope you don't have carpet...
10/26/2011
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
I would try one of the natural oils during sex with the wife first, wait a few days to make sure she does not have any problems with it. The oil will last longer but it will be kind of hard to clean off, Dawn is by far the best I have ever found for any kind of oil off.

Should there be a problem with the oil, use some silicone lube. You won't need as much and water based at it is great for skin and hair.
10/26/2011
P'Gell P'Gell
Cocoanut oil would be cheaper than water based lube and supposedly does have the ability to be shed by the vagina.

Olive oil and petroleum based oils may be edible (well at least olive is) but the vagina isn't a mouth and many oils should never be used in the vagina due to the body's inability to deal with it properly. It could cause infection, either yeast or bacterial.

Tim had a thread a while back where he found lube sold by the gallon. You may want to look into that.

Have a slippery good time, y'all.
10/26/2011
domsub1993 domsub1993
Quote:
Originally posted by P'Gell
Cocoanut oil would be cheaper than water based lube and supposedly does have the ability to be shed by the vagina.

Olive oil and petroleum based oils may be edible (well at least olive is) but the vagina isn't a mouth and many oils should ...
Yep, I've heard really good things about coconut oil!
10/26/2011
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
Quote:
Originally posted by P'Gell
Cocoanut oil would be cheaper than water based lube and supposedly does have the ability to be shed by the vagina.

Olive oil and petroleum based oils may be edible (well at least olive is) but the vagina isn't a mouth and many oils should ...
Please don't ingest any petroleum based oils! In addition to cooking uses, olive oil - like coconut oil has been used a skin softener for centuries. Depended on what's local - palm trees or olive trees.
10/26/2011
Yoda Yoda
I agree that silicone lube would be the best thing for this, but I would pay through the nose for the amount that this would require - I'm guessing around $100. This is why olive oil seems the best alternative.
10/26/2011
Red Vinyl Kitty Red Vinyl Kitty
Quote:
Originally posted by Gunsmoke
Please don't ingest any petroleum based oils! In addition to cooking uses, olive oil - like coconut oil has been used a skin softener for centuries. Depended on what's local - palm trees or olive trees.
Maybe as a skin softener away from mucous membranes, but vaginally, olive oil can cause problems as the vagina doesn't handle it well in most cases.
10/26/2011
Owl Identified Owl Identified
Quote:
Originally posted by Gunsmoke
Please don't ingest any petroleum based oils! In addition to cooking uses, olive oil - like coconut oil has been used a skin softener for centuries. Depended on what's local - palm trees or olive trees.
Gunsmoke, I believe P'Gell noted that only olive is safe for eating They also used blood letting for centuries, but we all know now that this is not a reliable therapeutic method! Additionally, using olive oil on skin is not the same as using it in an orifice like the vagina. It's an apples to oranges analogy. The vagina has an incredibly delicate balance of bacteria within it, and oils and other lubes that cannot be easily shed may disturb that balance and cause yeast infections or other infections.
10/26/2011
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
Quote:
Originally posted by Owl Identified
Gunsmoke, I believe P'Gell noted that only olive is safe for eating They also used blood letting for centuries, but we all know now that this is not a reliable therapeutic method! Additionally, using olive oil on skin is not the same as using it ...
I respectfully disagree - leaches are being 'rediscovered' because they help wounds heal and are now an approved 'medical device'. Same goes for maggots that are now used to consume gangrene in wounds so the docs can save the affected limb.

As far as using olive oil vaginally - why would it be different than coconut oil? We've used cocoa and shea butter lubes vaginally for years with nothing but positive results. If the vagina had 'an incredibly delicate balance' as you describe it, sex - and especially promiscuous sex would not be possible. In reality the human body including the vagina are profoundly robust and capable of surviving a lot of unusual events.

BTW - many doctors believe so much in the therapeutic effects of blood letting that they donate blood even though it has to be discarded because of needle sticks and other occupational hazards. Being a regular blood donor affords me of the therapeutic effects of blood letting on a regular basis!

Our ancient brethren were much more sophisticated than we give them credit for. They did not understand infections and microbes - but they did have a wealth of knowledge and expertise.
10/26/2011
Owl Identified Owl Identified
Quote:
Originally posted by Gunsmoke
I respectfully disagree - leaches are being 'rediscovered' because they help wounds heal and are now an approved 'medical device'. Same goes for maggots that are now used to consume gangrene in wounds so the docs can save the affected ...
Oils do vary differently, as do their viscosity and their tenacity. Not all oils are created equal. Some are shed more easily than others. Olive oil is notoriously tenacious. However, I can't use coconut oil or any other oil vaginally because it causes me yeast infections. Do you mean to tell me that I'm imagining this? That my doctors (multiple) that have gone through years and years of medical schooling (that you have not, mind) are incorrect in telling me to avoid oil based lubricants in order to prevent this? And is it an accident that my yeast infections have all but ceased since I've discontinued the use of oil based lubricants? It's fabulous that your wife has had such great experiences with oil based lubricants, but I think that it's dangerous and careless for you to insist that what is good for her will be good universally for all women. There is a bounty of scientific evidence to support the claim that oils can be harmful to the delicate balance of vaginal bacterias. I'm afraid I'll take my doctors' word and that body of knowledge over yours - as well as the proof of my own good health in doing so.

If the vagina had 'an incredibly delicate balance' as you describe it, sex - and especially promiscuous sex would not be possible.

Really? With what logical inference have you reached this conclusion? I do not see that the first assumption necessitates the second in the slightest. Just because something is risky does not mean that it's not possible. An egg is also incredibly delicate, but that doesn't make it "impossible" to drop it. This is simply faulty logic.

Sex is, in fact, very dangerous for any gender. I'm not sure why you seem to think that sex (and I do not care for the term "promiscuous" as I think it's anti-sex and shaming) is not without the possibility of a myriad of health issues for women. The vagina simply is more susceptible to injury and infection. Again, if your wife has the good fortune to have not run into UTIs, bacterial vaginosis, urethral tearing, yeast infections, vaginal herpes, chlamydia, pelvic inflammatory disease, syphilis, genital warts, bartholinitis, vulvitus, just to name a few, then that's fabulous. However, most women have had at least one of these at some point, and many of us suffer from repeated infections or ongoing conditions. So again, I do not think it's wise or even accurate to suggest that sex isn't potentially dangerous - and very.

For any women reading this thread, from one woman to another; please use caution and speak to your doctor and other sex health experts before using oil based lubricants vaginally, especially if you are prone to bacterial infections. Please educate yourself on the hazards before you make a choice.
10/26/2011
Owl Identified Owl Identified
Quote:
Originally posted by Gunsmoke
I respectfully disagree - leaches are being 'rediscovered' because they help wounds heal and are now an approved 'medical device'. Same goes for maggots that are now used to consume gangrene in wounds so the docs can save the affected ...
And perhaps my example of blood letting was not useful - although that remains to be seen, frankly. We always have fad resurrections of ancient "medicine" and it's often not much more than a passing trend. But for the sake of the argument, I'll suspend my disbelief. I'll use another example; for centuries people believed that the body was compromised of four "humours" that controlled the entirety of physical, emotional and mental health. We obviously know that this is not true. Centuries of belief does not make something correct. Centuries of belief that the world was flat did not make it any less round that it is today.
10/26/2011
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
Quote:
Originally posted by Owl Identified
Oils do vary differently, as do their viscosity and their tenacity. Not all oils are created equal. Some are shed more easily than others. Olive oil is notoriously tenacious. However, I can't use coconut oil or any other oil vaginally because it ...
Wow - didn't know you have a Ph.D. in the hazards of vegetable oil based products. Nasty stuff!
10/27/2011
P'Gell P'Gell
Quote:
Originally posted by Gunsmoke
Please don't ingest any petroleum based oils! In addition to cooking uses, olive oil - like coconut oil has been used a skin softener for centuries. Depended on what's local - palm trees or olive trees.
No, don't worry. I don't eat petroleum based foods, but they are out there. There is candy with petroleum based coatings and wax like thickeners. Bleh.

For some reason the body is able to "shed" cocoanut oil, but not olive oil. Olive oil was used as a lubricant at one point in time (as was Vaseline!) but it has been found that cocoanut oil seems safe (although I don't use it because my husband can't stand the smell) but other food oils are of different make ups and are simply not safe for the vagina.
10/27/2011
P'Gell P'Gell
Quote:
Originally posted by Owl Identified
And perhaps my example of blood letting was not useful - although that remains to be seen, frankly. We always have fad resurrections of ancient "medicine" and it's often not much more than a passing trend. But for the sake of the ...
Actually, leaches are mostly used for limb and finger or toe re-attahcments or transplants.

Arteries form more quickly than veins do. Arteries bring blood to the extremity, veins drain blood from the extremity. When, say a finger is re-attached, the arteries re-attach and start to grow first, thus blood is brought INTO the finger, but the veins have not caught up yet. The result is the finger becoming engorged with blood. Many people have lost re-attached fingers, toes, feet and hands from this issue.

In come the leaches. They are placed ON the finger tips or toe tips. They drain the blood the arteries are bringing to the extremities, more quickly than the veins can grow and drop off when full. As the veins grow, re-attach and "catch up" with the incoming blood from the arteries, the leaches are used less and less.

There has been some talk about using leaches for hemochromatosis (a condition where the body makes too many red blood cells) but simple blood donation seems to work better, plus there is then red blood cell rich blood for recipients.

Maggots are used when certain types of infection that causes tissue death occur. As maggots ONLY eat dead tissue, they are placed in the wound, and only the dead tissue is eaten (I'm getting nauseous. In hospitals, curtains are set up so that the patient doesn't have to view the maggots or leaches in action.) As the condition heals, the maggots are discontinued.

However, these are new uses for these creatures. They are not used for the same purposes that they were used for in long ago days. I think maggots may have been used years ago for conditions like gas gangrene, but leaches were used for everything from fever to STDs. These are not things we would use these creatures for today.
10/27/2011
Bignuf Bignuf
Quote:
Originally posted by Yoda
I recently purchased a small, inflatable kiddie-pool for the purpose of setting it up in my living room, then filling it with some kind of lube or oil, then making love to my wife in it. I recently got the idea after watching the "KY ...
Put down lots of painters tarp, or you will be cleaning your floors forever. The problem with all this is that it feels COLD. VERY, VERY cold. Sexy in a movie, not so much in real life. Tried JELLO in bathtub once. Never again!!!
10/27/2011
Owl Identified Owl Identified
Quote:
Originally posted by P'Gell
Actually, leaches are mostly used for limb and finger or toe re-attahcments or transplants.

Arteries form more quickly than veins do. Arteries bring blood to the extremity, veins drain blood from the extremity. When, say a finger is ...
I've heard of maggots being used for burn victims, but I had never heard of the leaches!!! Woa!
10/27/2011
unfulfilled unfulfilled
I second Bignuf, if you have carpets please put something underneath the pool before you start because we don't want you to have to clean carpets forever.
10/27/2011
Owl Identified Owl Identified
Quote:
Originally posted by P'Gell
No, don't worry. I don't eat petroleum based foods, but they are out there. There is candy with petroleum based coatings and wax like thickeners. Bleh.

For some reason the body is able to "shed" cocoanut oil, but not olive ...
P'Gell, how can you make this bold assertion? Where's your PhD???? Here's a copy of mine:

10/27/2011
Beck Beck
I would go with a simple water based lube. Particularly one you have already used with no side effects.
10/27/2011
Jaimes Jaimes
Nice thing about water based lubes is that they are MUCH easier to clean up than oil. Then you don't have to worry about oils in the wrong places.
10/27/2011
aliceinthehole aliceinthehole
Quote:
Originally posted by Gunsmoke
I respectfully disagree - leaches are being 'rediscovered' because they help wounds heal and are now an approved 'medical device'. Same goes for maggots that are now used to consume gangrene in wounds so the docs can save the affected ...
i gotta back up miss owly wowly here.

my vaginas balance is so very delicate that not only am i prone to chronic yeast infections (not to mention UTI's but that's another matter), but a recent attempt to clear up bacterial vaginosis (which is the opposite of a yeast infection, according to my gyno. one is too MUCH vaginal flora, the other too little) by using antibiotics resulted in a yeast infection. i took Diflucan, one of the strongest yeast infection treatments, in pill form, to clear the yeast infectoin. still got the yeast infection today. months later. shit damn.

going to the doc again next week...


it's great that your wife's vagina is robust enough to withstand oil usage but it is definitely not gynecologist recommended for various reasons, yeast infections included.
10/27/2011
aliceinthehole aliceinthehole
Quote:
Originally posted by Yoda
I recently purchased a small, inflatable kiddie-pool for the purpose of setting it up in my living room, then filling it with some kind of lube or oil, then making love to my wife in it. I recently got the idea after watching the "KY ...
i vote for warm water. what's wrong with water?

anything with sugar or glycerin base could potentially cause UTIs and/or yeast infections for one or both of you.
10/27/2011
Owl Identified Owl Identified
Quote:
Originally posted by aliceinthehole
i gotta back up miss owly wowly here.

my vaginas balance is so very delicate that not only am i prone to chronic yeast infections (not to mention UTI's but that's another matter), but a recent attempt to clear up bacterial vaginosis ...
GAHHH. I'm sorry to hear that I swear it; when the breeze blows too strongly near my vagina I get a yeast infection. I'm pretty much on a constant pre-emptive strike against them! I eat yogurt on the regular, avoid glycerin in anything that might come near my vagina, and I do not wear non-cotton underwear for extended periods of time. I wear breathable lace, maybe, but even then. Nylon and all that I can only wear for sexytime when I know it's coming off soon, anyway. I also get UTIs very easily; my doctor told me that it seems it may be due to an unusually short urethra (who knew that was even a thing?) That's why I just never use oil. So many other far less formidable culprits cause my vagina grief, so I use oil strictly for the butt!
10/27/2011
aliceinthehole aliceinthehole
Quote:
Originally posted by Owl Identified
GAHHH. I'm sorry to hear that I swear it; when the breeze blows too strongly near my vagina I get a yeast infection. I'm pretty much on a constant pre-emptive strike against them! I eat yogurt on the regular, avoid glycerin in anything that ...
my older sister used to get UTIs constantly. she had surgery, and a balloon blown up in her short urethra (a condition since birth) and now she's fine.

i don't recommend it though. even though she IS a big baby, being first born and all, i'm pretty sure it was quite painful.
10/27/2011
Ryuson Ryuson
Wow, this discussion turned serious pretty quickly! If you can afford it I say use lube; it's specifically designed for that purpose!
10/27/2011
Fun Lover Fun Lover
Coconut oil is great,and it also tastes great that is if you like coconuts.
10/28/2011
AndromedaJane AndromedaJane
Quote:
Originally posted by Yoda
I recently purchased a small, inflatable kiddie-pool for the purpose of setting it up in my living room, then filling it with some kind of lube or oil, then making love to my wife in it. I recently got the idea after watching the "KY ...
This is definitely creative.
11/06/2011
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