FRK Noise canceling headphones

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  1. m3m750

    m3m750 Kickin' it old school

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    I think they had nicely to the whole bondage experience. I love to tie her up, blindfold her and then put noise canceling headphones on her, derpriving her of all visual and audible clues as to what I'm about to do next.
     
  2. skelm

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    Hot! Going to do that tonight to my girl!
     
  3. xela

    xela So say we all!

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    Oh man...that is fucking hot. Where can I pick up some of those?
     
  4. psalm

    psalm Thanks niquesuave06 for the AV

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    The only problem with this is they only cancel out ambient white noise (I have a pair). They kick ass, but they wouldnt' work well for this setting. What would work best is a really good pair of earplugs, coupled with a blindfold.
     
  5. 12xalt

    12xalt petrolsexual

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    either that or put some music on that's won't match at all what you plan on doing to her
     
  6. xela

    xela So say we all!

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    Already have those! I wear them to sleep every night since my fiance snores. :o
     
  7. Acesn8s

    Acesn8s The Deadman's Hand

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    Tell him to look into getting a prescription for allergy medicine. He may be snoring because of allergies.

    I snored like crazy, tried the breathe-rite strips, throat sprays, and all the other garbage. Nothing worked. Went to the doctor and she gave me 4 different samples (enough for a week each). Told me to try them each for a week and let her know which one worked best. I’m on Alleghra-D and rarely snore now.
     
  8. Smoked

    Smoked $5.50? Man fuck the avatar...how about you just sh

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    You'll get a better selection of ear protection at a gun shop.
     
  9. xela

    xela So say we all!

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    We just assume it's because he smokes so much.
     
  10. NYM3

    NYM3 Is this teal life or is it....fanta-sea?

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    good idea...ill just use regular earphones with music on loud....this way she wont know how loud she is being ;)

    hopefully we dont wake up the neighbors again :mamoru:
     
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    red97gst New Member

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    etymotic or shure in ear earphones work well for cancelling noise. or well, not cancelling them, but keeping them out. using a pair of huge BOSE headphones would be kindof a turnoff i thinki

    but yeah im def gonna try that except maybe with some music to make it INTENSE

    HNNNN

    OHHH SANDER KLEINENBERG ... IM CUMMINGGGGGGGGGGGG
     
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    You might as well go all out and get a set of nose plugs as well :)
     
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    :rofl:

    i was considering doing the same, but hadnt cause i thought it was really trivial and didnt want to make a deal out of it.

    but, i think i might. cause i cant sleep at all :(
    nice to know someone else does it. :o
     
  14. xela

    xela So say we all!

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    Yeah, they cancel out the noise you don't want to hear, but I can still hear the alarm in the morning so it works out perfectly.
     
  15. m3m750

    m3m750 Kickin' it old school

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    They work best with some music in this setting. But there's something about putting them on and then turning them on and getting that thhhhhhhhp noise that gives the impression of sound being taken away. I usually turn on the headphones, wait a few seconds (not making any noise) then turn on the music to cover up any sounds that wouldn't be blocked by the noise cancelation.
     
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    You could maybe try piping in some white noise through the headphones, if they fit well it might block out all other sound including her own breathing.
     
  17. Platinum_Thunder

    Platinum_Thunder Reliability for life and liberty

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    That would be freaky as hell for me :eek4:
     

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