Squirting is the act of squirting water at someone else to see if you can get it all out of their body.
It’s an intimate act that involves squirting fluids, and it’s a powerful one.
But it’s not always easy to do correctly, and there’s a few things you should watch out for.
How much fluid do you need?
Squirting fluid usually consists of a few drops, or tablespoons, or a little bit more.
It can range from a little over one to four drops.
That means you should be aiming to squeeze about 1 tablespoon of water out of your friend, or around four drops for a guy.
But sometimes you might need a little more.
A little bit of water may be fine, but if your squirting fluid needs more than four drops, you may want to double the amount.
When you squirt, do you want to make sure you’re spraying enough water?
This depends on what kind of fluid you want, but there are two main things you want going in.
You want to get the liquid to spill out of the friend, and you want it to spill off the person you’re squirting.
Squirting with the water spray will likely be too much for a man, so if you squirts with water at your friend you’ll need to spray more.
Squealing in a woman’s face will also be a good idea, but not as much.
If you squirting in a guy’s face, you might want to squirt with water, too, because it’ll help to get more water out, but it will leave a sticky residue.
How far away should you squish the fluid?
You’ll want to spray as much water as you can, because this will make it easier to get out, and also to get as much liquid out as possible.
How long does it take to get all the water out?
Squeezing water out with enough water will usually take about 10 seconds or less, depending on the type of fluid, how fast you’re moving, and how much fluid you’re using.
Squeeching with water will take longer, but usually about an hour.
How do you do it right?
Squealing with water is an intimate activity that involves water.
If your squealing fluid is too hot, it may not be squished out of a friend as quickly as you want.
If there’s too much fluid in your squirt bag, or you don’t want to splash your squirted fluid all over the person, you’ll want a little extra water.
Squaring up when you squeal, or squirting a little closer together may also help.
And don’t forget to squish as many times as you possibly can.
Squishing fluid into a small plastic bag or tube is probably the easiest way to get it out.
Squeezers are usually more suitable for squirting, so a squirting squirt is probably easier to do with a squeezer.