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YesAnybody considering partial also a believer in the turnoquet method that can be done with a wooden spoon laying in bed basically?
What thickness did you used? Do you think 5mm rope with padding is good?I can't speak for all cases, but I tried and failed, and I passed out pretty quickly. I am pretty sure there was no screaming. I'm not sure it is even possible to really scream when you have a rope tightening around your throat. However, if your body falls on the floor because the rope breaks (or the support can't hold you, or any other reason), it might make a pretty loud thud, which might alert someone if you live in an apartment. Not everyone would pay attention to that, though, and if you're live in a house it is unlikely anyone would hear anything that goes on inside.
night night is far too insecure for me.Wow, looks so easy, I always thought the night night method required too many items. Nice to hear it can work like this. It will be my back up as well.
Have you already tried it yourself or are you just passing out silly chatter without basics? I always only write what I know for sure, not what I believe.Your shoulder or your jaw should prevent it from unraveling.
It would be better if you turn your body sideways and lean on the stick (when you're lying down in bed).
The longer the stick, the harder it is to unravel.
This (tourniquet) all sounds nice in theory.
In practice, I would like to see a person under 70 whose SI wouldn't kick in like a hurricane and whose neck is so thin for this method to actually work.
In theory, you can also use a shoelace. I am using a 10 mm rope.What thickness did you used? Do you think 5mm rope with padding is good?
How painful was it before you passed out?
I need to find a 10mm or above. Thanks for the answer. Few questions if you don’t mind.In theory, you can also use a shoelace. I am using a 10 mm rope.
Any thicker the rope and rod, the faster the method works because the snare will get tighter faster. I would only use a 5 mm rope if I don't have a thicker one.
When I tried, it was absolutely painless and comfortable.
Other things hurt after that because I fell uncontrollably to the ground
I am always happy to receive questions.I need to find a 10mm or above. Thanks for the answer. Few questions if you don’t mind.
Did you used something as padding?
So you didn’t felt pain before you lost consciousness?
Why did you fell? Rope broken?
If you haven't passed out after 10 seconds, then something is not entirely correct. But that doesn't automatically mean that you have to suffocate.What if I don't pass out after 10 seconds? I will suffocate anyway?
When hanging, you usually do not suffocate, or you are unconscious long beforehand.I thought i will suffocate with pain anyway
Yes but if I stick with it?Endure the pain and just suffocate.When hanging, you usually do not suffocate, or you are unconscious long beforehand.
If you consciously experience suffocation while hanging, then you've done something pretty wrong. Unfortunately happens again and again.
Hanging out is usually quite comfortable and quick
Of course I've tried it, otherwise I would never "silly chatter" based on an "opinion".Have you already tried it yourself or are you just passing out silly chatter without basics? I always only write what I know for sure, not what I believe.
That's where it should be from the start if you're using full suspension - high up on your neck, just below the jaw...with full suspension I cannot prevent the knot from moving upward due to gravity, from under the adam's apple.
The knot?with full suspension I cannot prevent the knot from moving upward due to gravity, from under the adam's apple.
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