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The Joys of Inducing For the First Time


Miss.A.Tishoo

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This is my first post :winkkiss: so hello, everyone!

Firstly here's a bit of background info on my first inducing experience ~ I have had a thing for sneezing for as long as I can remember, but I thought it was just something weird that I alone endured (wow, was I ever wrong!). So to cut a long story short, I found this forum, read up on a lot of the obs and chit chat and of course was fully intrigued by the idea of inducing. Particularly because I am not a sneezy person by nature; in fact I hate sneezing in public!

So I tried Q-tips with no result...I tried tissue paper & cocktail sticks with no result...I even tried sprinkling pepper into the air and inhaling it on my finger - but there wasn't even the slightest tickle (just a bit of a burn :twisted:).

In the end I gave up... until I read an ob about dental floss. I decided it was worth a go - and set to work immediately. It instantly felt different to everything else I had tried - there was a slight tickling, but only in certain spots - so I kept going, focusing on those areas, and sure enough that unique sensation of a sneeze started to build! However, it took a further minute before I finally reached the holy grail - a moderate volumed "Huh-too!".

Evidently, I was thrilled with my progress and continued for the rest of that afternoon inducing (and recording :innocent:) my sneezes. However I noticed a problem with my equipment (the dental floss) - after a few induces it became impossible to use effectively, due to the soggy factor :innocent:. This then lead me back to the cocktail stick - which I did actually manage to induce with many times in the end.

The price of a cocktail stick is costly though and my nose soon became a little too tender to proceed :D. Even the following morning I found the prospect of it a little too painful so I began my search for something greater, something equal, but more durable than dental floss!!

My search was not in vain; hanging on my mirror was a long loop of ribbon from a present I had recently been given! The guilt I felt was palpable (honestly, I did feel terrible for the mere thought) but the temptation to try it was too much to resist... so I cut off a strip and began to induce...

All I can say is OMG :omg: - it was amazing! There was zero pain, amazing, tantilising builds, and some really amazing sneezes! On the whole I found using the ribbon brought on far more powerful, desperate sneezes for me than anything else. I even had some extremely memorable doubles where I barely had time to inhale for the approaching sneeze!

I also decided to test my new found talent while microphoning with a friend (which is a BIG deal for me, because I usually HATE sneezing in earshot of anyone) but I'll save that story for another observation :D.

Anyway, my point is, if you have any gift-wrapping ribbon hanging around TRY IT - and I really hope you have as much fun as me :blushing:.

Miss. A. Tishoo x

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It certainly sounds like a menorable sneezy couple of days. And the details of tickles and methods and sneezes are very wonderful. I hope you don't exhaust yourself... or your supply of sneeziness.

Welcome to the forum!

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Bless you, and welcome! Great obs, and very well written. Ribbon is one of the few things I haven't tried to induce with, but you can bet I will!

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Cheers :) that does sound like a fun discovery to make! welcome to the forum, thanks for the well written obs (I love and live for details *bow*), and enjoy the ribbon ;)

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This is my first post :pimp: so hello, everyone!

Firstly here's a bit of background info on my first inducing experience ~ I have had a thing for sneezing for as long as I can remember, but I thought it was just something weird that I alone endured (wow, was I ever wrong!).

You and probably everyone else here. :angelsad:

Very nice first post and I'm glad to hear that you found something that works for you. I tend to go the floss threader and/or price tag (both pretty much the same to me) however, my longtime never fail inducer has always been the bobby pin. I've used it since I was 11 years old. :pirate:

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Bless you!!! I'm glad you had such a wonderful inducing experience ... may there be many more! Welcome to the forum!

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Evidently, I was thrilled with my progress and continued for the rest of that afternoon

Yes, evidently. :yes: That was just one of the lines I loved. Thank you for the obs and welcome. You write with such an effortless style. Much like your inducing, since the ribbon.

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