bikesexual... do you get turned on by inanimate objects?

  • calibro

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    Apr 17, 2010 9:12 PM GMT
    So Michael (The1Strat) and I were chatting because he's pimping out Fernando (his Raleigh road bike) with his tax refund. We're looking over some Shimano clipless pedals (A530) and the comment comes up that they're hot. I agree with him. In fact, whenever I work on my bike or car, spend a few hours in the kitchen, or walk into a hardware store, I instantly get a sexual charge in my step. And for those wondering, it's not that I get turned on by my Adenhart (my Felt road bike) or my Houston (my truck), but that working on them is like talking a viagra and I'm all riled up after.... any of you guys get that way too?
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    Apr 17, 2010 9:29 PM GMT
    Funny that you mention that.

    When my car goes through a carwash I get goosebumps all over. Kind of feels like a scalp massage. The ultimate is to be inside the car when it goes through, but few places allow that.
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    Apr 17, 2010 11:08 PM GMT
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    Apr 18, 2010 2:06 AM GMT
    i used to get that from my Toyota Supra but my Hyundai Sonata is the sexual equivalent of a suburban female librarian.

    however i immediately bonded with my Santa Cruz Superlight mtbike . It responds so well to my thoughts i fell in love with him right away.
    Unfortunately my Mavic Crossmax SLR are dying. At $1750 a set i have to downgrade icon_sad.gif ...but i've worked it all out and the new wheels will be just as light, but just not as sexy .
  • Sparkycat

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    Apr 18, 2010 8:08 AM GMT
    My enema bag does it for me.
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    Apr 18, 2010 12:18 PM GMT
    calibro saidSo Michael (The1Strat) and I were chatting because he's pimping out Fernando (his Raleigh road bike) with his tax refund. We're looking over some Shimano clipless pedals (A530) and the comment comes up that they're hot. I agree with him. In fact, whenever I work on my bike or car, spend a few hours in the kitchen, or walk into a hardware store, I instantly get a sexual charge in my step. And for those wondering, it's not that I get turned on by my Adenhart (my Felt road bike) or my Houston (my truck), but that working on them is like talking a viagra and I'm all riled up after.... any of you guys get that way too?
    Let me know if you'd like a helper next time you work on your bike. I work really cheap. Just sayin'. icon_razz.gif
  • Glorfindel

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    Apr 18, 2010 12:23 PM GMT
    Now if you had gone with the KEO Look Blade Carbon Ti pedal, then I would've agreed with you. icon_smile.gif
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    Apr 18, 2010 12:33 PM GMT
    LOL! Driver's Education in high school....when I 'would' get behind the wheel, I 'wood' get behind the wheel!icon_redface.gif
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    Apr 18, 2010 12:38 PM GMT
    Maybe not the exact same thing, but when I was over at a friend's house helping him lay new sod in his yard, I felt we were being very manly and get a little turned on at feeling so butch. icon_lol.gif
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    Apr 18, 2010 12:40 PM GMT
    ABSOLUTELY! Williams Sonoma, Restaurant supply, Strictly Bikes, SBR Shop all are like backroom porn shops.
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    Apr 18, 2010 4:54 PM GMT
    Sexual Disorders

    Preferences for Nonhuman Objects

    There are two types of preferences for nonhuman objects: fetishism and transvestism.

    Fetishism
    A fetish exists when a person is sexually aroused by a nonliving object. It can manifest in two ways, one more extreme than the other. One form associates coitus with some object (most frequently women's panties or other undergarments1 ). It is relatively harmless if the action is taken playfully and is acceptable to the person's partner. Focus on certain parts of the body (feet, hair, ears, etc) aside from those part of the pleasurable foreplay, can become fetishistic in its hold on the individual.
    The more extreme form of fetishism is when a nonliving object completely substitutes for a human partner, such as underwear, boots, and shoes or such textured objects as velvet or silk. Here, orgasm is achieved when the person is alone, fondling the object.


    Transvestism
    This paraphilia exists when the person achieves sexual excitement by cross-dressing. This is very rarely found in females so the male side of this paraphilia will be used as the example.

    Two different purposes seem to be associated with this act in different individuals. In one aspect the person seeks to intensify sexual excitement in intercourse with a partner by only partially dressing as a woman. In the other form, the male moves about in full female regailia, which suggests some type of gender identity problem but not necessarily homosexuality.
  • calibro

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    Apr 18, 2010 5:34 PM GMT
    chuckystud saidSexual Disorders

    Preferences for Nonhuman Objects

    There are two types of preferences for nonhuman objects: fetishism and transvestism.

    Fetishism
    A fetish exists when a person is sexually aroused by a nonliving object. It can manifest in two ways, one more extreme than the other. One form associates coitus with some object (most frequently women's panties or other undergarments1 ). It is relatively harmless if the action is taken playfully and is acceptable to the person's partner. Focus on certain parts of the body (feet, hair, ears, etc) aside from those part of the pleasurable foreplay, can become fetishistic in its hold on the individual.
    The more extreme form of fetishism is when a nonliving object completely substitutes for a human partner, such as underwear, boots, and shoes or such textured objects as velvet or silk. Here, orgasm is achieved when the person is alone, fondling the object.


    Transvestism
    This paraphilia exists when the person achieves sexual excitement by cross-dressing. This is very rarely found in females so the male side of this paraphilia will be used as the example.

    Two different purposes seem to be associated with this act in different individuals. In one aspect the person seeks to intensify sexual excitement in intercourse with a partner by only partially dressing as a woman. In the other form, the male moves about in full female regailia, which suggests some type of gender identity problem but not necessarily homosexuality.


    umm... i wouldn't use text from purgatory.net to justify a point. and my statements qualify neither as a fetish nor transvestism. if i worked on my bike to become aroused then yes. but it's not something i think about. it was just a reflection on what happens when i do.
  • calibro

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    Apr 18, 2010 5:35 PM GMT
    paulflexes said
    calibro saidSo Michael (The1Strat) and I were chatting because he's pimping out Fernando (his Raleigh road bike) with his tax refund. We're looking over some Shimano clipless pedals (A530) and the comment comes up that they're hot. I agree with him. In fact, whenever I work on my bike or car, spend a few hours in the kitchen, or walk into a hardware store, I instantly get a sexual charge in my step. And for those wondering, it's not that I get turned on by my Adenhart (my Felt road bike) or my Houston (my truck), but that working on them is like talking a viagra and I'm all riled up after.... any of you guys get that way too?
    Let me know if you'd like a helper next time you work on your bike. I work really cheap. Just sayin'. icon_razz.gif


    sure bring your alan wrench over and i'm sure there are somethings we can screw into place
  • calibro

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    Apr 18, 2010 5:36 PM GMT
    Glorfindel saidNow if you had gone with the KEO Look Blade Carbon Ti pedal, then I would've agreed with you. icon_smile.gif


    he's spending his tax refund, not his inheritance.
  • Thegenuineart...

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    Apr 18, 2010 5:55 PM GMT
    ehh well a car is a man thing its something I associate with being masculine, I always think about a big muscular guy wrenching hard on his muscle car of sorts gettin all dirty and sweaty etc.
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    Apr 19, 2010 3:05 AM GMT
    calibro said
    paulflexes said
    calibro saidSo Michael (The1Strat) and I were chatting because he's pimping out Fernando (his Raleigh road bike) with his tax refund. We're looking over some Shimano clipless pedals (A530) and the comment comes up that they're hot. I agree with him. In fact, whenever I work on my bike or car, spend a few hours in the kitchen, or walk into a hardware store, I instantly get a sexual charge in my step. And for those wondering, it's not that I get turned on by my Adenhart (my Felt road bike) or my Houston (my truck), but that working on them is like talking a viagra and I'm all riled up after.... any of you guys get that way too?
    Let me know if you'd like a helper next time you work on your bike. I work really cheap. Just sayin'. icon_razz.gif


    sure bring your alan wrench over and i'm sure there are somethings we can screw into place
    Alan is on vacation. Will Ted be ok?
  • tajsreve

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    Sep 23, 2010 10:03 AM GMT
    I get like that with physical work. Not working out.
    I like doing hard physical labor.
    The kind where every part of my body is involved and I sweat like a pig.
    I once razed a 3 storey barn for my Grandfather, by myself with nothing
    but a hammer and a crowbar!
    In this respect I miss the farm and the hard work.
    It's not tangible things or inatimate objects that get me going... it is doing something profoundly difficult physically. I love watching someone doing that.
    Have you ever watched someone rock climbing, bucking a 100 bales of hay or changing out a transmission on their truck?
    Watching someone work out at the gym is nothing in comparison.


  • MikemikeMike

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    Sep 28, 2010 12:36 AM GMT
    calibro said
    chuckystud saidSexual Disorders

    Preferences for Nonhuman Objects

    There are two types of preferences for nonhuman objects: fetishism and transvestism.

    Fetishism
    A fetish exists when a person is sexually aroused by a nonliving object. It can manifest in two ways, one more extreme than the other. One form associates coitus with some object (most frequently women's panties or other undergarments1 ). It is relatively harmless if the action is taken playfully and is acceptable to the person's partner. Focus on certain parts of the body (feet, hair, ears, etc) aside from those part of the pleasurable foreplay, can become fetishistic in its hold on the individual.
    The more extreme form of fetishism is when a nonliving object completely substitutes for a human partner, such as underwear, boots, and shoes or such textured objects as velvet or silk. Here, orgasm is achieved when the person is alone, fondling the object.


    Transvestism
    This paraphilia exists when the person achieves sexual excitement by cross-dressing. This is very rarely found in females so the male side of this paraphilia will be used as the example.

    Two different purposes seem to be associated with this act in different individuals. In one aspect the person seeks to intensify sexual excitement in intercourse with a partner by only partially dressing as a woman. In the other form, the male moves about in full female regailia, which suggests some type of gender identity problem but not necessarily homosexuality.


    umm... i wouldn't use text from purgatory.net to justify a point. and my statements qualify neither as a fetish nor transvestism. if i worked on my bike to become aroused then yes. but it's not something i think about. it was just a reflection on what happens when i do.


    Well Calibro you just now realized all his info is a cut and paste from the internet. Most times not relevent to the discussion, just a feeble attempt to make him feel slightly intellegent.

    To you point I get torqued from riding a fast motocycle or driving 100 mph plus- Not over stuff at all.