The Laws of Body InflationLaw of Pneumatic Economy: Compressed gasses are so cheap as to be practically free. Thus various people and organizations who have no particular reason to keep tanks of compressed gas around do so just in case they're needed someday.The Laws of Body Inflation7 years ago in Scraps More Like This
Law of Containment Durability: Devices which are designed to contain or convey compressed gasses (tanks, hoses, pumps, etc) are made from highly durable materials and engineered to a level suitable for high-end aerospace applications. As such, they will never fail even when under extreme stress and operating well outside of their design specifications.
Law of Excess Capacity: Because compressed gasses are free and the tanks are nigh indestructible, it's fairly routine for a vessel to contain a quantity of gas that's far greater than what's required for its intended purpose. Thus you'll often find a blimp's worth of helium in a tank used for filling party balloons.
Law of Pneumatic Control Fragility: Kn
The Inflation RoomThe Inflation RoomThe Inflation Room7 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
(or, "Balloon Fetisher Meets Body Inflation Fetisher")
_____by Alec Deluxe_____________________________
All eyes turned on Gary as he entered the high school library. He walked awkwardly to a distant desk, far away from other students as possible. He slouched as he walked, trying to keep a low profile, but his eyes ran across Shelly, a pretty blonde who, having never paid attention to him before, now smiled and waved at him.
He smiled back, surprised at the positive attention. Could his new-found notoriety finally be working in his favor?
But then, Shelly puffed out her cheeks and stuck her arms out in front of her in a semi-circle, mimicking the effect of a sudden inflation of her body. The girlfriends at her table burst out laughing, directing most of their hilarity at Gary's reddening face.
Gary had set