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The Ten Commandments of Doll Ownership
« on: January 11, 2020, 12:25:55 AM »
I saw an article today, this is some some Suggestions about the store and buy baby dolls, don't know if I put the subject position is right, but there are some things for a doll novice, is very important, as a new doll, I think you can take a good look at, but if you are a doll veteran, you can also give us your advice, so let's take a look at it! :redhead:
When you become the owner of a sex doll,there are certain things you should do to assure you enjoy your “relationship”. These are the ten commandments  i follow with sex doll owner.
1?You shall be able to move your doll. Dolls are heavy – between 50 and 100 pounds of dead, uncooperative weight. They cannot move on their own, so you should be able to lift your doll at least long enough to place “her” on a wheelchair, storage area, or hanging post. Many doll owners forget this commandment and purchase a doll too heavy for them. My rule of thumb for purchasing dolls is dividing my weight by 5 – that is the maximum weight I can lift comfortably.

2?You shall not abuse of your doll. Sex dolls are expensive items – they all cost between $500 to $10,000 –, but they are incredibly fragile for an item designed to be fucked. If you are rough with your doll, it will break down so quickly you will feel you wasted your money. I have seen dolls totally destroyed by their owners because they did BDSM with them, or because they insisted in having the doll hanging while they fucked them. I compare that to buying a brand new Audi or a BMW and then using it for a demolition derby. Totally dumb…

3?You shall learn basic repairing skills. Since we are talking about the fragility of sex dolls, I have to tell you something: No matter how delicate you treat your doll, it will break. Finger pokes, broken skeleton joints, messed up eyes, torn orifices, and delamination (layers of material separating) are completely common “injuries” among sex dolls. You should learn basic repairing skills such as applying silicone to finger pokes and torn orifices, eye replacement, and the most common – finger nail replacement. You give maintenance to your car, don’t you?

4?You shall have clothes and accessories for your doll. When you purchased your sex doll, you purchased a specific model because it looked real. Guess what? You looked at marketing photos – photos made to show the product its best so you feel attracted to purchase it. You can replicate that initial attraction, but it requires some effort from your part. You need to get your lady clothes, wigs, and other accessories to maintain that attraction. You need to (gasp) go shopping for your lover so you feel comfortable playing with “her”.

5?You shall give your doll a name. In other cultures, names are sacred – they define who you are and where you came from. To really make your doll yours, “she” needs a name. “Her” name will enhance the playtime, since now you are not humping a pile of rubber, plastic, or cloth – now you are having sex with the representation of the woman of your dreams.

6?You shall give your doll an origin story. This goes hand in hand with the name and the accessories. Creating an origin story develops a personality for your doll. That personality defines the wig, clothes, and accessories you will buy for her. Is your fantasy woman a high-end escort? Then the wig and dress will be totally different from the ones used if your fantasy is having sex with a super heroine, a space queen, or an Indian (dot, not feather) princess. Is your fantasy lover even human? I know a couple of guys having demon dolls and I have two elves in my collection. No matter what type of doll, that back story will enhance your playing time by making the fantasy more and more realistic.

7?You shall always keep your doll clean. This to me is a no-brainer. The last thing you want is to get an infection from your doll – after all that is one one of the reasons to prefer dolls! Here I make emphasis on the orifices used for sex. If you cum inside “her”, be sure you clean your mess before storing her. Leaving your lady all dirty inside means creating the conditions to develop mold and bacteria. You don’t want to throw away your expensive toy because is all black inside her pussy, do you?

8?You shall not share your doll. I have learned that people do not take care of things they do not own. Anyone who have lent a tool to a friend knows what I mean – the tool returns broken, with missing parts, and often it never returns. If I do not share my tools, much less I will lend you something where you are going to cum. Do not ask me to use one of my dolls. Period.

9?You shall treat your doll as you would treat a human. One of the arguments I often hear about doll owners is that we “objectify women”. My response to this argument is: If you meet a guy who has a destroyed sex doll in his possession, get away from that guy. Humans tend to treat anything with a humanoid shape as a human. If a guy destroys a doll or purchases a doll or mannequin for the whole purpose of practicing some torture style, be sure that guy will torture a human.

10?You shall never forget your doll is just a sex toy. Although I name my dolls, purchase things for them, and create complex back stories to enhance my fantasies, I do not forget these dolls are toys – toys I can fuck, but still toys. They represent my fantasies and desires, but they are inanimate objects that cannot respond to my feelings outside the fantasy playing in my brain.

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Re: The Ten Commandments of Doll Ownership
« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2020, 01:02:39 AM »
You forgot 11, you should share all this wonderful information over on The Doll Forum.

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Re: The Ten Commandments of Doll Ownership
« Reply #2 on: January 11, 2020, 09:57:52 AM »
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My rule of thumb for purchasing dolls is dividing my weight by 5 – that is the maximum weight I can lift comfortably

If I use this formula, the maximum weight I can comfortably lift is 36 lbs...

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I saw an article today, this is some some Suggestions about the store and buy baby dolls

Where is this article ? How about a link to your source ?

And just to be absolutely, 100% crystal clear.... We do not have anything to do with baby dolls. Period.

Hartmike.... As a veteran Doll owner of 16 years, I'd suggest that you read the "articles" posted here. ODC has over 136,000 posts, posted over the past decade, by doll owners.

The "articles" you continually spam us with aren't anything new to this forum. It just appears to be a contest of how many words you can fit into a post.
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Re: The Ten Commandments of Doll Ownership
« Reply #3 on: January 13, 2020, 07:23:45 AM »
There are COMMANDMENTS? Who knew? And EVERY ONE of my dolls is over the damn weight limit! No wonder they're so fucking heavy! How do I explain to Kwench we've been doing it wrong for over 5 years? She's a vampire, you know. That could be problematic...

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Re: The Ten Commandments of Doll Ownership
« Reply #4 on: January 13, 2020, 03:45:24 PM »
All I ask is that you do like the Credible Hulk, cite your sources and post a link to the article you are paraphrasing.

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Re: The Ten Commandments of Doll Ownership
« Reply #5 on: January 14, 2020, 12:31:51 AM »
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My rule of thumb for purchasing dolls is dividing my weight by 5 – that is the maximum weight I can lift comfortably

If I use this formula, the maximum weight I can comfortably lift is 36 lbs...

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I saw an article today, this is some some Suggestions about the store and buy baby dolls

Where is this article ? How about a link to your source ?

And just to be absolutely, 100% crystal clear.... We do not have anything to do with baby dolls. Period.
i always thought that these articles are useful for some new baby,so i didn't think these are the junk mail,the article is on whichsexdoll see
i have been reading articles on the site
but i don't know is here doesn'tallow me to send some of my own view,if you think these things are rubbish,that i later will no longer share what i saw.


Hartmike.... As a veteran Doll owner of 16 years, I'd suggest that you read the "articles" posted here. ODC has over 136,000 posts, posted over the past decade, by doll owners.

The "articles" you continually spam us with aren't anything new to this forum. It just appears to be a contest of how many words you can fit into a post.

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Re: The Ten Commandments of Doll Ownership
« Reply #6 on: January 14, 2020, 12:36:26 AM »
All I ask is that you do like the Credible Hulk, cite your sources and post a link to the article you are paraphrasing.


http://thecasqueterofiles.com/the-doll-life-8-the-ten-commandments-of-doll-ownership/

here is  a link

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Re: The Ten Commandments of Doll Ownership
« Reply #7 on: January 14, 2020, 09:52:25 AM »
Just what I feared. She's PISSED! No likey!  Now what??? :o


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Re: The Ten Commandments of Doll Ownership
« Reply #8 on: January 14, 2020, 02:31:44 PM »
http://thecasqueterofiles.com/the-doll-life-8-the-ten-commandments-of-doll-ownership/

here is  a link

I checked out this guy's site.  He is a masturbation toy tester, not a doll expert.  He has only been dabbling in dolls for a few years.  Claims he has over 50 "solid dolls", then fesses up to the fact that the only full size silicone doll he has is a used ebony Ruby he got on tdf.  I'm guessing he has a few TPE dolls.  Nothing over 80lbs.

Hardly a doll "expert" compared to the vast experience and knowledge you can find right here on ODC.  But definitely entertaining...  ;D

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Re: The Ten Commandments of Doll Ownership
« Reply #9 on: January 15, 2020, 12:31:52 AM »
http://thecasqueterofiles.com/the-doll-life-8-the-ten-commandments-of-doll-ownership/

here is  a link

I checked out this guy's site.  He is a masturbation toy tester, not a doll expert.  He has only been dabbling in dolls for a few years.  Claims he has over 50 "solid dolls", then fesses up to the fact that the only full size silicone doll he has is a used ebony Ruby he got on tdf.  I'm guessing he has a few TPE dolls.  Nothing over 80lbs.

Hardly a doll "expert" compared to the vast experience and knowledge you can find right here on ODC.  But definitely entertaining...  ;D
your care let me feel i am very ashamed,originally i was thinking of a learner's attitude to learning it
but now i find that seemed very learning is not quite the same as my imagination
i think i should like you to learn,things should be to find the causes and effects
and to be patient,thank you very much for helping me,really thank you very much!

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Re: The Ten Commandments of Doll Ownership
« Reply #10 on: January 15, 2020, 07:27:49 AM »
I feel like I'm a hell of a masturbation toy tester in my own right!  :laugh:

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Re: The Ten Commandments of Doll Ownership
« Reply #11 on: Today at 02:35:01 AM »
Thank you!

I don't ask or expect much. Simply when you talk about an "article" that you post the link to said article.

And you did exactly that!

Thank you.

All I ask is that you do like the Credible Hulk, cite your sources and post a link to the article you are paraphrasing.


http://thecasqueterofiles.com/the-doll-life-8-the-ten-commandments-of-doll-ownership/

here is  a link
Dude! Look out for that.......    tree.  That had to hurt.

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