Long ago I began to collect various methods on how to spice up your daily life to make your daily chores less boring (see also this forum thread). Using vibrators is one of the most obvious methods. While you are cleaning your room, washing dishes, tidying plants, mowing grass or buying food in your local supermarket the small electronic beasts buzzzzz pleasure waves across your body.
Technical stuff first. How to keep vibrators in place? I see no problems with vaginal or anal stimulators. Just plug them in and turn them on. Tight shorts, pants, swimsuit, pantyhose would help. Keeping cock rings and penis sleeves in place is tricky. I would suggest latex pants with penis sheath. Put them on, then secure the vibrator to the condom with sticky tape.
Personally, I have to deeply and “thoroughly” concentrate on my feelings to achieve any results in such stimulations. So I can easily combine any work with the “positive vibrations”. But not all people are the same. This is what happened with a 33-year-old Welsh housewife 5 years ago (what can be considered as one of the”most embarrassing things that can happen to you in public – ever” :
…[she]… ended up in hospital after wearing Ann Summers vibrating Passion Pants (on the photo) to her local Asda supermarket in Swansea.
Unfortunately, she became “so aroused by the 2½-inch vibrating bullet inside that she fainted” then “fell against shelves and banged her head”. This prompted the attendance of the paramedics who “found the black leatherette panties still buzzing”. Having disabled the orgasmatronic underwear, they then whisked the senseless shopper to hospital where she made a complete recovery. Staff handed her back the Passion Pants upon discharge, discreetly concealed in a plastic bag.
If you’ve ever been noticed losing your mind when you’re crawling up your orgasm curve, please (PLEASE) slow down, pull over, hand-break your car THEN play. But if the, let’s say, anal vibrations keep your mind awake, plug the plug of your plugged-in “music plug” into your player and “hit the road”! (or go to the shop, or vacuum clean you house, or go jogging, or … use you imagination ;-)