Yesterday morning at 07:15 I clicked the padlock shut on the CB-6000 I'd packed myself into. It's now 24 hours later and it hasn't come off! I've managed 24 hours locked once before but that was a long time ago. I'm hoping that this time I will manage 48 hours.
It ot really painful at 02:39 and 04:55 this morning when my erection attempted to pull my balls off by pulling on the cage, but apart from those times, the rest had been bearable.
I ran 13 miles wearing the CB-6000! I have not been able to run further than 5 miles with it on before it started causing serious pain. This time I wrapped my balls in clingfilm (to stop my balls rubbing against my legs) and I also didn't wear any underwear under my leggings. As I've wrapped my balls in clingfilm before but still had problems, it must have been the extra freedom of no tight underwear that helped make it possible to run for 13 miles while wearing the CB-6000.
Don't run wearing a CB-6000 if you have no underwear under your leggings.
I decided to run with no underwear my leggings as they are thin and I was hoping that I might be able to get the effect that I've seen on some women where the leggings seem to disappear up their ass, thus framing each buttock.
I wore a medium length t-shirt. The problem I discovered early into my run is that the CB-6000 is actually quite bulky and it makes a VERY obvious bulge.
After running towards two people like that and being unable to find a way to hide it and seem natural I decided to take my t-shirt off to hide it. I was wearing a pink bra underneath (in fact it's the bra that you can see in the picture in my post before this one) the t-shirt so I lowered that to around my waist and hung the t-shirt off it. The problem then was that the t-shirt did not wrap around my body, so while it covered the CB-6000 the bra strap at the back was left visible.
I took the above photo at the end of my run and discovered that in addition to the bra strap being visible so too was the label of the leggings complete with their little heart logo. Yesterday I ran towards 15 people from the front and passed 17 people from behind. So at least 17 people got to see something similar to what you see above.
Quite exciting really ;-)
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