How do you deflate a belly after inflating?
if you do air inflation by pumping air up your butt, youll have to fart it out. note if you inflate yourself big enough, your belly may stay that way for a while, so just wait it out.
for water inflation, you should probably be on the toilet, as it may sort of explode out of your bowels.
Deflate is the opposite of inflate, which means to fill with air. Deflate means to let the air out of something. e.g. To deflate the balloon, the boy pricked it with a pin. It can also be used figuratively to describe what happens to people when they lose their optimism or confidence. To bring someone "back down to earth", you deflate the person's ego.
It's an air pressure situation. When you breathe into a person's mouth you are creating positive pressure in their lungs. You are INFLATING the lungs. When to take you mouth away, the lungs deflate and the air comes back out. Blow air into a balloon then, if you do not keep the opening sealed, the air comes back out. Same priciple.
yes but it takes ages for your bell to look a bit bigger so just have 1 men-toss and a coke a cola for a start then if you wont more bigger keep on adding but is it starts to get big but you have to train it before you can see a massive bloat. just burp if you wont to deflate and don't burp if you wont to get bigger or all the air…
One way of inflating your belly is to insert a tube or hose into your anus, then, using a small hand pump or aquarium pump, begin to fill the large intestine with air or water. The other main method is oral inflation, which can be done by gulping air or swallowing large amounts of food or water. This may include such things as eating coke and mentor or vinegar and baking soda.
The self-inflating ones are inflated by opening a valve which leads to an air bag that has a piece of foam inside it. With the open valve, the foam is able to suck air into itself so it can go back to its normal size. Air is also sucked into the other areas of the air bag. When the valve is close and you lay on the mattress, the air tries to escape the foam…