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Re: [IP] Where To Hide Pump



I think its easier for me to attach on their pants.  Just with dresses a 
bit more complicated and with swimsuits that are one piece etc.  :)



At 10:09 AM 7/8/2002 -0700, you wrote:
>Just a curious thought I had when reading this conversation thread.   Why 
>is it
>that there aren't any men concerned with hiding their pumps?  Do we just not
>care (I don't care if it shows or not) or is it that our clothing is more
>conducive to attaching a pump to?
>
>Just curious.
>
>-Brent
>
>--- Alicia Kost <email @ redacted> wrote:
> > I discovered a new place to hide a pump when you are wearing a dress that
> > doesn't allow a bra.  I wore a dress with a low cut back (and front) with
> > straps that tied around my neck.  I put the pump on the tie on my neck
> > under my hair.  No one knew.  It was pretty neat.  I could also hear the
> > audio bolus really well.
> > Alicia
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