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Thread: Notion question

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    I have one that my kids throw at each other and play on. It was a silly gift from a friend. It's a little strange to sit on!

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    I might like it if my dimples conform to the nobbies. Other than that - no thanks. No need to massage my butt that badly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadQuilter
    I might like it if my dimples conform to the nobbies. Other than that - no thanks. No need to massage my butt that badly.
    I have to admit it brings up visions of polka dotted butts!

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    Do they make vibrating versions?

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    The idea is to make it easier to sew/quilt...not distract you!
    But the idea is intriguing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Moonpi
    Do they make vibrating versions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    I wouldn't like those nubs... I wonder if they have these without them?
    I wonder if the nubs would be like Croc shoes and almost have a massaging effect. ??? I think the web site said it increases circulation, so it might be possible. I'm not sure how it would make you use core muscles though, it doesn't seem like it'd be round enough. Of course, I have been known to lose my balance on the exercise balls, so maybe this would be safer. tee hee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonpi
    Do they make vibrating versions?
    ROLFLMAO!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dixiechunk
    Does anyone here have the Gypsy Sit Upon and if so how do you feel about it? I am especially interested in hearing from anyone who...how do I say this delicately?...has a full-figure bottom.

    BTW, it's a purplish round nubby textured pillow thing to sit on
    Yes years ago; think I got it thru a gym supply company.
    I've since thrown it out.
    I'd briefly borrowed one from a friend at a retreat to try it out; thought it was wonderful
    Bought it, after sitting a longer period found it annoyingly uncomfortable. I am big bottomed too. The nubbiness got to me plus my bottom got too warm.
    My friend doesn't use hers any more either - didn't ask her why.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonpi
    Do they make vibrating versions?
    Oh!! WOOOOO!!! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by UglyCook
    Quote Originally Posted by MadQuilter
    I might like it if my dimples conform to the nobbies. Other than that - no thanks. No need to massage my butt that badly.
    I have to admit it brings up visions of polka dotted butts!
    No kidding- the cellulite does that enough!

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