I did it. F TikTok. Fan Page up.

For about 10 years now people have been bugging me to start my own balloon page.

Well I’ve done it.

I am sick of TikTok’s bullshit, although, I did start another TikTok. (Pattiedoll70) It’s going to be low key on regular social media, but my friends and I can post all our videos on my Onlyfans. If you like boobs, you’re in luck. I would go topless all the time, weather appropriate. . .except in stores, of course. 😂

https://onlyfans.com/girlboxer1970 <——— The link to FUN for $4.99 a month. What a deal!!!!

So, if you’re into seeing me with my balloons and dressed sexy, come check out my OnlyFans.

If you’re only want to say negative things, save your breath. I have goals that take money to reach.

See you on the Only side of fun!

Pattie

Requests so Far

Pool Floats and balloon popping fun.

Took about 15 minutes to blow this up with my friend, Lonna
Lonna & Pattie POP

It’s been a few weeks since I’ve started posting balloon videos and talking to other looners again. Often they message with videos they want. Some of the requests I get are not surprising, others raise my eyebrows. I will never mention anyone’s name or information that would reveal who they are. Privacy is important, but writing about this experience is a way for others to learn.

The standard request. . .if I will hump a balloon (simulating sex) and that will always be a no. I do sit pop, and sometimes it’s a struggle to get those good balloons to blow, but I am not simulating sex. I am just fighting good latex to the death.

I get asked to act like other people. I take the time to learn who they want me to write about, or act like, and why. Once I know what they want to hear a story about, I will take it from there. Writing is my thing, before balloons even. I will take whatever is floating around in their head and give it structure.

Very popular is cigarette popping videos. I could probably do them everyday and get twice as many followers, but I quit smoking in 2013. I need to come up with something else to use. I’m thinking incense sticks…?

I look mean. I am not. 🙂

Inflatables is another popular request. Yes, I do love blowing up inflatables. I will make a video for you of me blowing one up that you choose to send. Pool toys are awesome fun. I love the giant heart float that was a gift.

The strangest request I’ve received was if I would stab a soccer ball with a knife.

Yeah, that raised my eyebrows.

Keep popping!

~P.

I just can’t stop

  1. Writing
  2. Etching
  3. Ballooning

I’m working on etching tonight, and posting on TikTok and YouTube. That’s my usual steps in posting. I started this weird combo of posting my etching art and balloon videos on TikTok. It seems to be working. My art room was formerly a beauty salon. There’s big mirrors on the one wall, but that is the only remaining part of the salon. Now, it’s my scrapbook table, turned into my work desk, a 10 foot table that is on lifts to make standing more comfortable, and an 8 foot counter and cabinets on the far wall. This is my favorite room in the house. It’s the messiest all the time. It’s all mine.

Unless there’s a cat in the room. Then it’s all theirs.

If you follow my YouTube, Insta, or TikTok, all Girlboxer1970, you’ll see my office. I do many videos in there for etching and balloons. There’s also my Facebook page Girlboxer1970.com. I am all over social media because, free promoting! I enjoy having fun. I like having friends over for drinks and to bullshit. And, what I really like, is to get balloons out and have people blow them up with me. I try to get them to fill them with air until they explode!!

These were a gift from a looner friend. I love them!!!

Why do I do this?

I like blowing up balloons and popping them, alone or with friends. I think it’s fun. Exciting. Stimulating. Throw in a shot of my fav, Rumplemintz 101, and it’s a looner’s dream party, latex scent lingering in the air.

I like how balloons feel. They are soft and squishy when they are under-filled. When air has been forced in, they over-expand, their skin is tight and squeaky to touch. They are so delicate, yet can take so much punishment. They can explode without even being touched. . .

Do you see why I like balloons?

~Pattie

My friend Lonna & I having fun.

Looner Study: What I learned from liking balloons

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I did an interview with Practitioner’s TV about balloons. This YouTube channel is out of Philadelphia and came to visit me to learn about what looners are and balloon & latex fetishism, based on a paper I wrote while in York College of PA in May of 2012. I agreed to the interview because I was promised the show was to promote acceptance rather then ostracize those who love balloons. The interview will be release this Thursday, June 22, 2017.

I have never shared the results of my questionnaires with anyone other than my professor and people who submitted responses and wanted to see the final thesis paper. I decided to share the paper now that the episode was coming out so people could see the full study along with the interview and the awesome song written by Dave DeHart of They & Them. Here is the link to the song he wrote based on the interview.

<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2qNkOfwVLU&t=179s <—–Looner theme song written by Dave about my love for balloons.

Below are the links to my thesis paper for my professional writing class. I received a perfect score though she teased me I did miss some commas. 🙂

Complete Looner study   <—–PDF version

Complete Looner study <—–Word Doc version

Here is the link to my YouTube channel where I enjoy making videos for other people. They’re just me being silly, and blowing up balloons, and popping them. Either you’re into watching (or hearing) them or you’re not. It’s all good. I rarely make a video anymore, but I still think balloons are awesome.

https://www.youtube.com/user/girlboxer1970

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Thanks for stopping by! If you like what you read and want others to read it too, show you care and share this post. 🙂 🙂

Please write me a note in the comments about your thoughts on the results of my paper.

Here’s the episode!!

~P.

There may be other links through the balloon tags on my blog site that don’t work. I had to delete tons of photos of balloons I had because I didn’t have space. 😦

Bing Balloon Horse

Every now and then I like to use Bing Image search.  Tonight I was curious to what Balloon Horse might produce.  Here’s what I found!

No horsing around now!  ~P.

Balloons Make Me Smile

Balloon post cards from around the world!  Click on the first thumbnail to open the gallery.  Enjoy!  ~P.

Ski Round Top in the Summer Lewisberry PA

There is always activity at Ski Round Top located in Lewisberry, PA.  That mountain isn’t just for skiing anymore.  My stop there over the weekend was brief, just to check out what activities were available when there wasn’t snow on the ground.  I liked what I saw.  So did my daughter Tesla, and we have plans to make it there before school starts again for her and me.

What we found most interesting was the huge balls they were rolling down the mountain.  People climb inside and go for a roll.  There was screaming and screeching coming from inside the balls, but those sounds were of enjoyment.  People couldn’t get back to the top fast enough to do it again!

Also included in the “Trek Ticket” is zip lines.  That is second on my list to do.  I’ve never zip-lined or rolled down a mountain in a ball.

I snapped a few random photos of things that caught my eye.  Enjoy by clicking the first thumbnail to open the gallery.  ~P.

Screaming Balloons – Cool Science Experiment – YouTube

Listen for the part where he asks Steve where he gets the big balloons from….

Screaming Balloons – Cool Science Experiment – YouTube.

Smell that Latex

My top 10 picks of pool toys I’d like to own (never mind I don’t have a pool) because I find them sexy.  The look, the feel, the smell…it’s not cotton. ~P.

A looner pointed out that these toys are actually vinyl, which I did know, but was afraid vinyl would make people think of smelling the siding on their home.

My Bing Balloons

~P.

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