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TXssbbwGODDESS wrote:I thought maybe you'd like to know what squashing is like from the squasher's point of view. How it feels on a physical level.
First of all, active squashing is hard work. Things like butt drops and body splashes, and really anything more than just walking over and plopping down on somebody requires a good amount of physical effort. Especially if you're a supersized squasher. The bigger the girl, the more effort she has to expend in moving her body around. During active squashing sessions I have to stop and catch my breath and cool off frequently. Which is fine, because it gives my squash-ee time to recover as well. The next day my muscles feel like jello and I'm a bit stiff and sore. But the feeling is more of what you get after a good workout than from just a lot of hard work. There is a hard limit to how many butt drops and body splashes I can do before my body says "enough!" But relaxed squashing is a whole other story. I consider it using somebody as a living cushion while I just chill out or do something else like file my nails, read a book, knit, play a video game, have a snack, watch television, or talk on the phone. I may or may not carry on a conversation with them. Some squash-ees like to just zone out and be totally involved in the physical sensation. I also enjoy sitting on somebody and tickling them. But that usually makes them wear out a lot faster.
What do butt drops feel like? Like plopping down on a very firm sofa. What do body splashes feel like? Like jumping or falling onto a hard lumpy mattress. What does relaxed squashing feel like? Well, it's actually a really peaceful and pleasant experience. You can feel the warmth of the person underneath you, and you can feel yourself slowly rise and fall with their breathing. Squashing them while tickling them? Imagine driving down a *really* bumpy road. That's the best way I can describe it.
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