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Date Posted:Friday, February 22, 2013, 03:19: pm
Wearing anything more than a smile is a waste of effort. Clothing just hinders ... and no one, especially me, wants to be hindered when getting an enema or giving one. It's so much more fun this way, believe me!
Date Posted:Friday, February 22, 2013, 08:56: pm
My last enema was given by my dear husband. I was in bed bound up with a nasty headache, wearing two-piece PJs. I feel more comfy with my top on, but I don't mind my bottoms coming down and off. There's always a bath towel to cover my bottom while I'm retaining the enema and to wrap around me for my trip to the bathroom.
Date Posted:Saturday, February 23, 2013, 05:10: am
I dont wear two-piece PJs. I also remove my panties before a rectal temp or an enema. The nightgown and bathrobe can be lifted a little to insert my thermometer or my enema nozzle. Afterwards my body is completly covered again.
Date Posted:Sunday, March 03, 2013, 11:56: pm
Usually it was an over sized T shirt that my mom want me to wear before she administer the enema to keep me from getting cold and also a nice pair or warm slippers.
Date Posted:Saturday, February 23, 2013, 11:27: am
I have never worn a smile when my breasts were not covered. A nightgown and bathrobe make the enema more comfortable for me. And I like being clystered by a snuggly lady in a wonderful soft bathrobe. Maybe clothing is a waste of effort - but I like it. Receiving an enema naked would be no fun for me.