August 06, 2003
Houston Control, we have a problem
I let Roscoe run around and eat ants for about three hours while I pumped a little more about every 30 minutes. I was pleased with the results. But now, I am ready to go to bed.
I CAN'T FIND THE "OFF" BUTTON!"
Bejus. This could be embarrassing tomorrow.
Go back to your post you did with the pictures of the device...it might give you a hint as to where to go probing.
Uh-huh, just put up a post like that and leave. Tune in tomorrow, folks, and see if A-man got his softie back.
And when he does find the release button, I wanna know if it makes the same kind of squealing sound a balloon makes when deflating.
He whines for ages he can't get it up, now he can't get it down. You're just never happy, are ya?
Seriousluy though, hope you figure it out right quick. And glad to hear it's working as designed!
I've never had a problem with 'deflating' the 2 different ones that I've had.....
The first one, you just bent it in the middle and hold for 10 seconds... that would then force a release and it would wither in your hands.....
The second one, has a rounded triangle device in the scrottum. at one end of the triangle when the tubes come out (wait... let me check to make sure...) Yes, where the tubes come out, is the side that you use to pump it up... at the base of that triangle, you have to grab the two other rounded points and squeeze while your other hand (or someone else) lightly bends your HARD FIRM SHAFT. You should then feel it deflate and flop around.... willie nillie......
I hope this helps!
Welcome back to your 20's, Rob. ;)
I'd rather have a permanent hard-on than a permanent floppy.
You still have not told us about the email contents.
Bad, Roscoe! Bad!
Don't make Mama spank you!
well I think its a good thing for you that they came up with a better plan than bending the sucker in half! (even if it is hard to find)Ouch to even think about it!