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Drew87

Tube gaff? Am i using it right??

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Drew87

I have tried a fair bit of gaffs and i have a few favs. Always love to shop and one day i wont have to wear a gaff to look great. But for now i love the gaff instead of tape. You buy a nice gaff and dont cheap out. You got no worries for the ease of going to the washroom and no tape. Im sold. But my love for shopping has also made me explore new gaffs. 

 

I bought the tube gaff and honestly dont like it. Im not sure if im using it incorrectly or what. Everything i see you put the whole package in. Balls and shaft and tie it. Then swing back and pull up. 

I find its -crap-. 

 

Im use to a regular or tight gaff and they work great. The best ever was from cross dress.com and is the school girl blue.  testicles up and shaft back. Pull up and were good to go. 

 

What advice or what am i doing incorrectly with this tube gaff. Damn girls 50 gone to waste or am i just not using it right. Any help or suggestions or info??

 

Thanks for your time and the read. Best of luck and have a great day  

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VickySGV

Not every thing works for everybody.  In my CD days I tried a lot of things that I am afraid were expensive and did not work worth a hill of beans for me, but which others got good results from. I also learned that all of that stuff is a matter of rip-off advertising which looks soooooo great in the ads but does not deliver when it  comes to you, and "for sanitary reasons is non- returnable".  If it looks too good in an ad or infomercial,  don't buy it, you are getting taken for a ride.   In time you will find that certain excitement drops like a rock, and tucking becomes almost a non-issue. 

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Drew87

Morning. Thanks for your input. You are right. In the last years advertisment and internet makes it very easy to buy from home. Also the amount of improvements and pop up shops.

 

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