(or Other Synthetic Object with Simulated Intelligence and Emotional Response)
Always carry extra lubricants,
oil to keep the pistons pumping,
pulsating properly, gears grinding hard
while the parts glide smooth like rivers,
streams, greased chains helping you
maintain a steady flow, mechanical rhythm.
Squeaking parts are fine, often preferred.
When establishing a safe word,
try to program it in as a verbal
command function, a voice-activated
off-switch just in case.
Alternatively, keep your robot on a cord plugged into
a nearby wall and give it a hard tug when you think it’s time.
Always give your robot time to warm up.
Despite claims to the contrary,
you will find a nerve cluster or
pleasure center present on most
machines that functions as a
central Gravity Spot.
Apply pressure as needed.
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1010001, but never in the shower or the rain.
Lifetime warranties do not cover water damage
Do not cross wires.
Always position yourself on top of
or horizontal to your robot.
Unless you are seeking auto-asphyxiation
pleasure from being crushed, in which case,
please refer to safeword rule b. above.
Be both gentle and rough; use discretion to determine
the sensitivity level appropriate for each situation.
Keep your robot’s batteries fresh at all times
(Duracell recommended); do not allow your robot’s
energy cells to run dry mid-function or you risk
a hazardous crash, without option for reboot.
Always use protection. Latex or Rubber
boots are recommended to establish proper
grounding and allow residual or excessive
electrical current to flow through your feet
into the ground.
Chainmail is not an acceptable form of protection
and should only be used in roleplaying (see rule b.).
Above all else,
do not remove the screw.