Silent_cries

Silent_cries

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What's the likelyhood of a full suspension ending up as a bloodchoke vs regular air choke? I'm killing myself tonight and I'm considering a full suspension since I've never managed to make a partly suspension work out. I'm going to use some shoe-lace look a like pant strings btw. That's rly the best I have for a suicide. I mean, I do have over 2000mg of lamictal hidden in an old candy bag, but that's not very deadly tbh. Steven-Johnson syndrome isn't the way to go about it, lmfao!
 
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Full suspension can cause a blood choke if the noose is positioned correctly. This is my method of exit. The method does require a rope of about 10 mm to work, hopefully painlessly.
I just bought a 26mm rope. Will that work well enough? I don't want too thin as sounds like it could be painful, nor too thick that may be too hard to tie and not slip. This is what I bought. Seem ok?
 
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Someone123

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Oct 19, 2021
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I just bought a 26mm rope. Will that work well enough? I don't want too thin as sounds like it could be painful, nor too thick that may be too hard to tie and not slip. This is what I bought. Seem ok?
26mm rope seems like it might be tougher to get it tight enough- it still could work, but it may take longer. That is a much thicker rope than most people use.
 
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Hateyouprolife

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Sep 4, 2021
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I got cotton 7mm rope. Sounds thin even for partial, but what about using 3 nooses? Should 70kg would be distributed by three 7mm ropes be safe?
 
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If I'd hang myself I'd do a long drop, idk if it breaks my neck or rips my head clean off.
 
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Someone123

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Oct 19, 2021
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What about a hang and a shot to the head?
With hanging a person usually needs to be uninterrupted for 20 - 30 minutes minimum, though the time can vary. A shot would bring attention much sooner than that unless you are a place so isolated that a shot would not be heard.
Well I'm still alive coz I'm a coward...
I know how you feel, but it's not really being a coward, since the fact is that for most people a failed attempt will make their life worse - forced time in a hospital which might lead to job loss or other problems. For me being confident that a method has a good chance of working on the first attempt is important for this reason. Or it could be that you still see some reasons in your life for real hope, and that's a good thing if this is the case.
I don't see a coward. I see a very strong person enduring a horrible pain.

How I wish we could erase memories...
Or go back in time. I learned the lessons too late for how I could have made my life work out well if I knew certain things when I was younger.
 
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Someone123

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If I'd hang myself I'd do a long drop, idk if it breaks my neck or rips my head clean off.
If you have a place that you can do this this is the method that is supposed to work almost instanntly, but this method is mainly done by executioners who are experts in knowinjg the length of the drop based on your wieght,etc., plus they have it set up so the floor drops out and people get the right drop then. This method has a reputation of being very difficult for one person to do themselves, but I suppose it's not impossible.
 
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I got cotton 7mm rope. Sounds thin even for partial, but what about using 3 nooses? Should 70kg would be distributed by three 7mm ropes be safe?
I would be very worried that you could get three ropes tangled together and you coulld be there for days- I would definitely not use more than one rope, you just need a thicker rope.
 
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Hateyouprolife

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I would be very worried that you could get three ropes tangled together and you coulld be there for days- I would definitely not use more than one rope, you just need a thicker rope.
What do you mean by being there for days? Not passing out?
 
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Someone123

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But I guess should I first manage to pass out, its over.
How aboud braiding three thead rope instead?
That might work, but will the knot slide well then- it would probably be better- is it a difficult or expensive thing for you to get a 10 - 12mm rope in your situation?
 
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Hateyouprolife

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Sep 4, 2021
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That might work, but will the knot slide well then- it would probably be better- is it a difficult or expensive thing for you to get a 10 - 12mm rope in your situation?
Its not about money but effort. To get 10-12mm rope, I would have to go physically there. But buying cotton bdsm rope was much much easier.
 
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Its not about money but effort. To get 10-12mm rope, I would have to go physically there. But buying cotton bdsm rope was much much easier.
It's your judgment call, but it's worth considering what the effect would be for you if there is a fasiled attempt- in most places that I know of they have to spend a minimum of 3 - 5 days in the hospital and there can be big medical bills. So considering these possible effects should be a factor. I'm no expert of ropes, so I probably can't help any more, best of luck.
 
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It's your judgment call, but it's worth considering what the effect would be for you if there is a fasiled attempt- in most places that I know of they have to spend a minimum of 3 - 5 days in the hospital and there can be big medical bills. So considering these possible effects should be a factor. I'm no expert of ropes, so I probably can't help any more, best of luck.
Always the best option should be considered, especially since hanging is the only readily acessible way out.
 
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Hateyouprolife

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It's your judgment call, but it's worth considering what the effect would be for you if there is a fasiled attempt- in most places that I know of they have to spend a minimum of 3 - 5 days in the hospital and there can be big medical bills. So considering these possible effects should be a factor. I'm no expert of ropes, so I probably can't help any more, best of luck.
Here in eu baltic region I am not going to recieve any bill. But rope is backup plan as I might get sn.
 
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Here in eu baltic region I am not going to recieve any bill. But rope is backup plan as I might get sn.
Plenty of forest in the Baltics. Recently, a tree expert put up a guide here on selecting the right type of tree and tying the rope correctly. Did you read it?
 
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26mm rope seems like it might be tougher to get it tight enough- it still could work, but it may take longer. That is a much thicker rope than most people use.
Thank you for the feedback. I will order a thinner rope then. It wasn't expensive so it's no biggie.