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RE: [IP] Clothing and Pumping



I cut a slot in my pocket and run the tubing up under my belt.  You can't
pinch the tubing hard enough to stop flow unless it's tied in knots.  I just
used this technique at a seminar presentation and it worked great.  You just
have to remember that you're tethered to your trousers if you visit the
restroom!

Derek

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Sent: Tuesday, May 21, 2002 11:27 AM
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Subject: [IP] Clothing and Pumping

Hi folks,
I am fairly new to the list and I am sure this topic has been covered, at
least I have read about female pumpers discussing this. My question is what
are some of the tricks for wearing your pump on the belt of your trousers?
Where do you tuck the excess tubing? Under the shirt or in the trousers? My
job requires shirt and tie and it would not be very pleasing to have one
half of my shirt untucked. Any alterations to clothing tricks? I worry
about kinking the line under my belt line.
Thanks for any suggestions,

Michael Chambers
Lebanon, ME
T1 33/35yrs
Paradigm
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