Fly Through the Air With The Greatest of Ease....  

travelingintexas 41M
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7/27/2006 3:15 pm
Fly Through the Air With The Greatest of Ease....

Let’s get down to it… Stop beating around the damn bush… Quit the Bull Shit and let us talk about the real issue here shall we? Or are we gonna pansy walk around it like it isn't real? Like it doens't matter? Surely we aren't that weak? Surely we can handle a bit of conversation in regards to the true issue! Right?

Guys? Where are ya going?

We talk a lot about sex on this site. Well some of us do. Some of us make shit up when we actually identify more with the "40 Year Old Virgin" (Present company excluded of course)

However, and this just occurred to me, and it should be recognized as THE foundational issue of this site yet we pass over the most important of topics.

The bed…

The bed is typically the starting point, unless you’re one of those freaks into sex in non-traditional places, like moving street cars, run away trains, on the back of elephants and soaring on a hang glider. Not that there is anything wrong with that. I sure as hell ain't judging. (Bunch O Freaks!) I am all for a good blow job at 500 miles an hour after jumping out of a perfectly functioning airplane… they have medicine for that but if it floats your boat then so be it.

Where was I?

Oh yes… the bed.

My travels this week include major bed issues. Why haven’t I bought one yet your curious and nosey mind might ask? Don’t know. Just getting stuff like that as it comes up. Plus, the massive and I mean MASSIVE bedroom set I want won’t fit in my current master bedroom. So I haven’t purchased that yet. (I am only here temporarily anyway)

So in speaking of beds, what kind of bed do you have or prefer? Are you a big huge Victorian bed lover or a urban loft lover? Do you prefer firm or soft? Pillow top or non-pillow top. Pee gaurd or... nevermind!

Lots of pillows and fluffy stuff or the bare minimum?

Here is the big question. Does anyone have a Select Comfort bed? I’ve been considering one of those and wondered if anyone had any experience. I am going bed shopping this weekend so any information on the Select Comfort bed would be greatly appreciated.

Blowjobs at 500 mph? Geez… where do I come up with this shit?


rm_gerson42 52M
2419 posts
7/27/2006 3:37 pm

Pillowtop all the way although I can sleep on just about anything, just about anywhere with just about.... nevermind.
ger - (Commenting freely and without expectation.)


kyplowboy22 61M

7/27/2006 3:56 pm

Gotta tell you Trav, having read your post from the other day, I had a vision. Yup, I could see it now, buried in the pages of Guiness Book of World Records. "Number of people ever killed in inflatable bed accidents - 1 (Texas, USA)."

kpb

PS: Only guy I know who is a danger to himself sleeping.


rm_goddess1946 105F
13518 posts
7/27/2006 4:06 pm

I'm not so sure that I know what a Select Comfort Bed is....
I will tell you that if you go to a Brookstone Store...
and put yourself down on one of their tempurpedic mattresses, you
will be laying on the kind of bed I sleep on. It's a weird bed, actually...but you will get an amazingly good nights sleep.

You can throw a ring of keys on the bed and sit right down on them
and you won't even feel them! The bed adjusts to your body...regardless of how you move or don't move...no pressure on any parts of your body...it is *different*...

......................have fun mattress shopping..
I did...


Just a little food for thought.............
If you really want to be happy, nobody can stop you...
{=}


rm_sexxikritter 52F
2715 posts
7/27/2006 4:23 pm

Pillowtop with squirtguard.


rm_1hotwahine 62F
21091 posts
7/27/2006 5:10 pm

You could check out one of those ones where the top half can incline, hospital bed style. It might go well with your CPap.


Yeah, I'm still [blog 1hotwahine]


Mermaidslut 49F

7/27/2006 5:37 pm

A cloud resting on a water bed is what I want. You can get a mattress pad topper that will go under a sheet. I have one of those now on a firm mattress, with a pillow top. However, I really could feel a pea under that and still toss and turn, so a mattress cusion on top of a water bed is really my preference. sleeping on top of down, on a waterbed is really amazing. With lots of down everywhere else to snuggle in is almost as good as floating. Pillows, body cushions, two covers inside of duvets and a temperature foam pillow that is perfect for the crook in your neck. Did I say pillows? Lot's of pillows to keep you from the hard edge of the waterbed and wall.

Even better, ideally is that would be a four poster bed, with drapes to close out the world and any possible light. A cocoon with a headboard.

Color is important as well, but that's a whole other subject.


willing2tryit42 40M
1141 posts
7/27/2006 6:19 pm

Select comfort is good for us not so small fellas!!! Views From The Dark Fortress


CityGirl4Fn 45F
6 posts
7/27/2006 7:09 pm

Forget the Select Comfort and go the TempUrPedic. It conforms to your body, so you are comfortable in every position. My bed is covered in pillows and a big fluffy down comforter. It's all about being cozy and comfortable.


drmama69 57F

7/27/2006 7:51 pm

TempURPedic is definitely the way to go...but expensive. Sealy is a next good option...be sure to get the pillow top or you can add a matress topper with the memory foam that is very comfy. Or, if you are getting all those BJs at 500 mph you might want to go with both the memory foam and pillow top at the same time...in order to rest up for your next adventure with speed!


earthShiva 59M

7/27/2006 7:51 pm

Beds are really important. You spend more time on your bed than in your car. Too bad the bed manufacturing and retailing industry are both incredible sleazy! Manufacturers tweak the stats on products to competing retailers so they can all offer lowest price guarantees. On paper their products aren't comparable, but they really are.

D and I have been through a bunch. We have a top-of-the line Serta Perfect Sleeper King pillowtop. I would never buy another one no matter how comfortable it felt. The one we have now is a warranty replacement, after the mattress started to collapse after 3 years (I weight 185; D weighs 125. That shouldn't happen!) They gave us a hard time about the warranty, then when we got the new one, D hopped on me and we both felt something inside the mattress bend. We admit we're on the frisky side, but I can't see you being any more tame, my man.

We had a King Koil that was recommended by a chiropractor. Hard as a rock, but actually pretty comfortable. Great for bouncing around. The only problem is it has kind of a springy, jerky action. If one of us rolls over in our sleepthe other one gets jerked awake. We added a good memory foam topper and that helps alot.

One word of warning on pillow-tops and memory foam. These can make for really comfortable sleep, but D and I have found that having a bed where each person sinks too deeply into their own private little space can be subtly inhibiting to lovemaking. It can also tend to over-encourage some positions and end up limniting one's repertoire. It's really subtle, but one day you realize that you haven't used "Phoenix Plays in Red Cave" in over a year. Consider all your priorities before you buy.


EyeCandy33333 44F
761 posts
7/27/2006 9:21 pm

Yep have to agree-that newest Tempurepedic(and expensive) is like sooo comfy-but-I've heard peeps that have bought the Select Comfort and have relatives that bought the tempurpedic-and then put a goose feather thingie on top for comfort.I've had a pillow top-king size and now have the Tempurepedic-honest-it's like the bed calls to you-come,come-you should go try one-the expensive one.
I have had a waterbed-but it's a bit sloshy-but-not so bad.
Of course if it's sex you are talking about-you don't have to have a bed-just be prepared(scout's motto)!You can do it anywhere-really-pretty much!


cookiequeen1000 53F

7/27/2006 9:46 pm

I've got a Sleep comfort bed. I really like it, keep mine between 50 and 60 depending on how I feel. I change the settings for sex to 70 though...helps with maneuvering. They have a 90-day trial period which is nice too. I sleep with one pillow under my head and one between my knees. They also have the airbeds in the hospital-type-head/knees raise/lower version.


CB_2 51F

7/28/2006 1:00 pm

Interesting you should raise the subject of beds. I've had a normal wooden frame bed for a few years, and a deent mattress. It's fine.

Or at least it was until I met my new man. And now it creaks and moves alarmingly just when we're getting really frisky. So now I too am looking into a new bed that can handle the cavorting. Very good point, earthShiva, about being too comfortable.

I will follow this thread with interest.

Blogito ergo sum.


EyeCandy33333 44F
761 posts
7/29/2006 12:11 am

Emmmm-I find sleeping with a man between my legs(or close around them or my body) by far the most satisfying-on any mattress-usually do a throw my leg around you kinda of thingie to sleep-cause I get cool-and you are warm.)


TravelinsAuntPat 50F

8/1/2006 2:16 pm

DEAR NEPHEW OF MINE. LET ME GIVE YOU SOME ADVICE ON THE BED ISSUE AT HAND. ONE IF YOU ARE GOING TO BUY AN AIR UP MATTRESS PLEASE CHECK THE SIDE OF THE BOX FOR THE WEIGHT LIMIT. IT DOES NOT HELP WHEN YOU BUY A BLOW UP BED AND THEN YOU BLOW IT UP THE FIRST NIGHT IN YOUR NEW HOME AND JUMP UP AND DOWN ON IT SCREAMING

"ITS MINE IT'S MINE IT IS ALLLLLL MINE"

NOW AS FOR THE PILLOW TOP MATTRESS PLEASE FOR THE LOVE OF GOD DO NOT DO THAT TO YOURSELF. UNCLE MARK AND I BOUGHT A PILLOW TOP MATTRESS AND THE DRAW BACK TO THAT IS OVER TIME YOU EVENTUALLY MAKE A HOLE IN THE AREA WHERE YOU SLEEP THE MOST AND DURING THE NIGHT ONCE YOU ROLL OVER INTO THE HOLE YOU CANNOT GET OUT AND IT DOES NOT MAKE TURNING OVER IN THE NIGHT VERY EASY.

I KNOW A VERY GOOD PLACE TO TAKE YOU TO GET A NEW BED THAT WILL NOT REQUIRE THAT YOU LEAVE YOUR ARM AND YOUR LEG AS PAYMENT PLUS YOUR FIRST BORN CHILD. ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS PICK UP THE PHONE AND SAY AUNTIE PAT PLEASE TAKE ME TO MATTRESS LAND AND WITH A WAVE OF AUNTIE PAT'S BROOM WE SHALL BE ON OUR WAY TO BUYING YOU A COMFORT ZONE TO SLEEP IN.

LOVE YA,
AUNTIE PAT


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