Latest experience seemed like the closest I’ve cum yet….

Hi all,

I’ve been using my helix trident syn off and on for the last 8-9 months. Historically, I’ve been able to get some really nice wet HFO, but rarely shake or move towards a Super-O, so it’s been nice, but not like life changing.

Recently, more off than on due to a busy schedule. On Monday, I inserted and sat at my desk for a couple hours and while it felt good, I knew I wasn’t in the right frame of mind for anything to happen.

Yesterday, though, I had ample time to get ready and relaxed, inserted and played some HFO/hypnotic/binaural audio to accompany it. I was pretty horny as well, so after about 30 minutes laying down with my knees up and feet on the ground, my legs started to tremble/shake involuntarily, which I took as a good sign. I was mixing in a fair bit of nipple play and could feel the prostate swell. While I didn’t leak profusely, the head of my cock was definitely glistening from precum as well. As I went from soft to hard back to soft, things felt really good and at one point, the shaking really built to the point where my lower body was going a bit wild (legs shaking, ass bouncing up and down off the ground) and I ultimately orgasmed with a LOT of cum dribbling out onto my stomach.

So another HFWO, but it had elements of what I’ve only previously read about on here. I’m curious if others have had experiences like this on the path to a Super-O.

Thanks to this community and I look forward to continuing to learn from you all!


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  1. Hmm, I’ve gotten the body shakes for many, many years, but they never seemed to bring me any pleasure. I recognize they’re being produced by the Aneros pressing the prostate, but the shakes always seem to “short circuit” the exciting buildup that’s happening in my body. When I get them, I always try to breathe and calm my body down and concentrate back on the feelings in my anus/prostate. Though I’ve never had a HFO or a Super-O, I have been getting really great feelings off my Helix Trident the past year.

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