Twitch has a new Hot Girls in Hot Tubs Meta now

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Not a fan. If people want to watch that stuff fine, I'd just prefer they stick to the camgirl sites. I like having twitch around as background noise when I'm working and I'd prefer it remain reasonably work safe. This seems like a slipperly slope. I feel like this is really abusing the system and sets a lot of precedents.

I'm not anti-porn or anything I just feel the same way about this line stepping as I do about people who put pineapple in chicken salad. Leave my shit alone, if I had wanted a goddamn fruit salad I would ordered one.
 

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Let me guess Twitch is the new soft-core porn that's out there.
 

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From what I know of Twitch the last thing I watched was Impact Wrestling and that was about it. But last time I remember the old Twitch meta was toxic personanlity with toxic fanbase go head to head with each other with numerous drama reporters chiming in. Attractive woman in bikinis and hot tub just talking seems like a come up.

Also bikini's and hot tubs are softcore porn? I mean if the yougins are trying to find some cheesecake some softcore stuff would be good let them not like the hardcore stuff is not easier to find.
 

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Any of you guys that haven't used a hot tub, by the way, should use a hot tub. I absolutely love using hot tubs (but I am aware of the energy issues and I use one when I'm on holiday once or twice a year. It's probably offset by the fact that the holiday is in the UK.) Biggest downside to hot tubs (apart from energy use) is that they steam your glasses up.

It's just, like, so nice being constantly warm. Also, I like chlorine.
Honestly, I might look at some of these hot tub channels just to vicariously be in a hot tub. They're expensive to own, a nightmare to maintain, and I just don't trust public ones, but they're also *really* nice and it's been far too long since I've been in one.
 

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Twitch friendly content ya'll. I especially like the one where the girl is sponsered by G-Fuel to stick her barely cover vag into the camera.

Lol the Youtube version literally gives an Age warning, but Twitch doesn't on half these channels :D :D :D
 

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Twitch friendly content ya'll. I especially like the one where the girl is sponsered by G-Fuel to stick her barely cover vag into the camera.

Lol the Youtube version literally gives an Age warning, but Twitch doesn't on half these channels :D :D :D
The misogyny in that video is frankly absurd.
 

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Honestly, I might look at some of these hot tub channels just to vicariously be in a hot tub. They're expensive to own, a nightmare to maintain, and I just don't trust public ones, but they're also *really* nice and it's been far too long since I've been in one.
You can get a decent 2-person inflatable for ~£500-600 (<$1000) that can be easily emptied and stored when out of use to reduce mainenance costs. Obviously they tend to be a bit power-hungry when used. But when you consider the cost of many mobile phones, gaming rigs, or even just an average holiday, that's not so expensive at all. My wife wants one, so she's forced me to check a load of them out. It is, I have to say, very temping.
 

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The misogyny in that video is frankly absurd.
Well, that's the lot of women, isn't it?

A load of men pay women to take their kit off and call them frigid if they don't, and those women that take the money have another load of men calling them sluts and raging at them. Plus of course the men that both pay them to take their kit off AND rage at them as sluts for doing so, because the bottom line is that you cannot win.
 
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I'm sure there's a market for it. Might not be as big a market, but it's there
 

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You can get a decent 2-person inflatable for ~£500-600 (<$1000) that can be easily emptied and stored when out of use to reduce mainenance costs. Obviously they tend to be a bit power-hungry when used. But when you consider the cost of many mobile phones, gaming rigs, or even just an average holiday, that's not so expensive at all. My wife wants one, so she's forced me to check a load of them out. It is, I have to say, very temping.
My understanding is that a lot of those take about 24 hours to heat up, and they obviously aren't insulated so lose heat easily. I have looked at doing similar though, but with the inflatable encased in jablite or similar in a wooden frame (and fitting an outdoor hot tap for initial filling, given the much greater efficiency of a combi for heating the water). I've never heard anyone complain about them TBH.

Edit: Last time I was at B&Q they had some inflated ones on display so you could get an idea of what '4-6 person' translates to in reality (2 or 3 people).
 
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My understanding is that a lot of those take about 24 hours to heat up, and they obviously aren't insulated so lose heat easily. I have looked at doing similar though, but with the inflatable encased in jablite or similar in a wooden frame (and fitting an outdoor hot tap for initial filling, given the much greater efficiency of a combi for heating the water). I've never heard anyone complain about them TBH.

Edit: Last time I was at B&Q they had some inflated ones on display so you could get an idea of what '4-6 person' translates to in reality (2 or 3 people).
Yep. I went to the trouble of getting out my tape measure and doing some visual estimations, and I'd concur that what they call a 4-person hot tub is a semi-submerged game of Twister. But with air jets!
 

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Yep. I went to the trouble of getting out my tape measure and doing some visual estimations, and I'd concur that what they call a 4-person hot tub is a semi-submerged game of Twister. But with air jets!
If I thought I'd use it a lot I'd probably pay out for a hard-body model (~£5K I think) but with the additional cost of needing an electrician (they need their own loop in the fuse box because of the power draw) plus my worry I wouldn't use it enough (they are noisy, and my neighbours have put up with my shit for years), I'm too worried it'd be dead money.

Edit: I cannot physically get a hard-body model into my back garden without a crane.
 

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If I thought I'd use it a lot I'd probably pay out for a hard-body model (~£5K I think) but with the additional cost of needing an electrician (they need their own loop in the fuse box because of the power draw) plus my worry I wouldn't use it enough (they are noisy, and my neighbours have put up with my shit for years), I'm too worried it'd be dead money.

Edit: I cannot physically get a hard-body model into my back garden without a crane.
My buddy has a hot tub built into the side of his pool that literally only sees use once or twice a year and only then during summer parties. Otherwise it is just....there.
 

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My buddy has a hot tub built into the side of his pool that literally only sees use once or twice a year and only then during summer parties. Otherwise it is just....there.
I think the big differnce there might be him having a pool. Only rich or mad people have a pool in the UK.
 

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I mean just having a hot tub, is basically like having a dirty bath that is outside.
My grandparents had a neighbour, his wife was Japanese and he would positively rave about the Onsen she took him to when they first flew to Japan for him to meet her family. Apparently it was amazing.

Mind the trick with hot tubs is that one should be clean before entering it.
 
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My grandparents had a neighbour, his wife was Japanese and he would positively rave about the Onsen she took him to when they first flew to Japan for him to meet her family. Apparently it was amazing.
Onsens are mostly just very warm pools / tubs fed by spring water, like you can get in many other countries (e.g. Hungary, Iceland, New Zealand). They're nice, but I'm not sure they're quite all that either, and there's no particular reason something equivalent can't be made by heating ordinary mains water.

Mind the trick with hot tubs is that one should be clean before entering it.
As also true of onsens.
 

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Onsens are mostly just very warm pools / tubs fed by spring water, like you can get in many other countries (e.g. Hungary, Iceland, New Zealand). They're nice, but I'm not sure they're quite all that either, and there's no particular reason something equivalent can't be made by heating ordinary mains water.



As also true of onsens.
What can I say, man said he had a great time.