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Discussion in 'I Have a Question...' started by Anonymous2, Jul 14, 2011.

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  1. Anonymous2

    Anonymous2 Well-Known Member

    If you discovered someone you live with had real handcuffs, would you think he was weird or dangerous? Like, would you think he is going to commit a crime?

    I purchased some handcuffs because I needed a way to keep myself from swimming during an attempt. I've changed my mind, for now.... but now I have these handcuffs sitting around, and they may be lying around for a while.

    I don't want to get rid of them yet because they are a crucial element of my suicide plan .... but I wonder, what should I tell a family member, for example, if they discover them?
  2. windlepoons

    windlepoons Well-Known Member

    I think most people might think something a little different but it depends how old you are I think.

    Thats not a good reason to keep them though, they are a symbol of a way out?
  3. Stranger1

    Stranger1 Forum Buddy & Antiquities Friend

    Thats a tough one.. Unless you tell them your into kinky sex I don't know..Maybe tell them there for when you are horseing around with your friends..
  4. Terry

    Terry Antiquities Friend Staff Alumni

    Just say they were left over from a stag night, where the groom got handcuffed to some railings.
  5. tenholehweels

    tenholehweels Well-Known Member

    I keep a pair around. but they were military issue,no reason to explain them iv'e had them for 20+ years
  6. Prinnctopher's Belt

    Prinnctopher's Belt Antiquities Friend SF Supporter

    Easy. For sex. Lots of kinky people keep handcuffs for sex. No biggie.
  7. tenholehweels

    tenholehweels Well-Known Member

    I keep a pair around. but they were military issue,no reason to explain them iv'e had them for 20+ years
  8. Stripe

    Stripe Well-Known Member

    I am quite amazed at how many people seem to own handcuffs on this site.

    As it happens I also own some but thats because lockpicking is a hobby of mine. I can get out of my Hiatts 2034362 police handcuffs in just under 5 minutes using only a paperclip :cool:. Not the most useful skill in the world but its nice to know. :mhmm:

    Anyway, if you only own cuffs to aid you in a suicide method it would probably be best to get rid of them. You mentioned that the cuffs were to stop you swimming during an attempt?
    I have personally had a near drowning experiance and I assure you, its not a very peaceful way to go. Imagen breathing in liquid fire with a side order of tunnel vision and convulsions. In short, it really sucks!

    Stay safe and check out youtube if you wanna learn how to break out of handcuffs. :thumbup:
  9. hornbeam

    hornbeam Well-Known Member

    I hope you are seeing someone for your problems - a therapist or something.
    No way would I want you to use them for the intended purpose:blink:
  10. Anonymous2

    Anonymous2 Well-Known Member

    What's a "stag night"?
  11. Anonymous2

    Anonymous2 Well-Known Member

    This might work. I was in the military for a year.
  12. lostbutnotfound

    lostbutnotfound Well-Known Member

    stag night.. is also known as a bachelor party. Male friends of the groom take him on a night out before the wedding to celebrate his 'last night of freedom'. pranks or surprises are usually played out on the groom, a common one is handcuffing the groom to some railings or a lamppost, as a practical joke.
  13. tenholehweels

    tenholehweels Well-Known Member

    ex-military myself. U.S. Navy 4 years. maybe i should have returned the cuffs? naw i like them...
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