Trying to figure out who made the bag I used when I used to sneak enemas starting when I was nine. I believe it was an early travel syringe. It was red & made of a heavy gauge rubber. about 6" wide & thick, maybe 2". The lower half of the bag was made of a thinner rubber and would push up into the top half of the bag. The half moon top of the rather large douche nozzle would unscrew (for cleaning, I assume). The vintage of this bag is from the later 50's.
This bag & nozzle combination gave a certain nine year old kid from Long Island untold joy. Now that I'm a bit older, I'd like to find one to have in my collection.
Writing this brings back memories of using that bag.......our next door neighbors had two girls, one about my age, the other, Diane, several years older. On the back of their bathroom door hung a large (definately more than 2 quarts) red open top bag. I saw that bag wet from recent use more times than I could count. Diane used to babysit for my sister & I.
As soon as my parents left, that was my cue to lock myself in the bathroom and put that enema bag to work. After a while, Diane would come to the door and try the the knob & ask if I was ok. I'm pretty sure she knew what I was doing, just from the sounds. I once got up enough nerve to leave the door unlocked, but chickened out in the middle of the first enema, and got up and locked the door. Not two minutes later, she was at the door. To this day, I've always wondered what would have happened if I left it unlocked.
Anyone remember an enema like this? Make? Model?