CoolGuy9

CoolGuy9

Mage
Mar 5, 2019
519
Shame someone who knew about this didn't write anything.
 
WOODESITY

WOODESITY

Experienced
Mar 15, 2019
209
I don’t think it’s painful but maybe hard because you’ll eventually need to drink lots of water in short time, I’ve drank about 2l and then vomited, somewhere about 5 liters should kill person I think
 
Leon67

Leon67

New Member
Mar 21, 2019
2
Although I haven't tried this method, I've heard this is difficult to pull off. It's not so much about how much water you drink, but how fast you drink it. The American Chemistry Society says 6 liters of water would kill 165 lb person, but you would need to drink the water very fast for this to happen.
 
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stuckforawhile

Member
Mar 12, 2019
24
Does anyone know something about this method? Would it be hard or painful? How much water should you drink and how much would it take to die? Thanks.


It's been discussed on this forum a million times. It is hard and it is painful. It is extremely unlikely to work. You can completely forget about even trying. A while back, one forum member tried it, and, entirely predictably, failed. He puked back up some water and had to pee a lot, obviously. That's it.
 
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Done182

Student
Jan 30, 2019
169
Would this work if an antiemetic was used?
 
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stuckforawhile

Member
Mar 12, 2019
24
Would this work if an antiemetic was used?

No. It won't work, it won't work, it won't work. It would be really stupid to try. The only way you die is in agony and confusion. It's not a serious or reasonable suicide method, and there's a reason that nobody ever uses it.

Actually killing one-self is simple and easy. Tie any kind of cord, rope or textile around your neck and fasten it to an anchor point high enough . It's literally that simple. What's keeping people from committing suicide is not lack of resources or opportunities for it. It's fear of death, fear of pain and fear of what those left behind will think and feel.

Dumb, exotic suicide methods are just a circlejerk of mild mental self-harm.
 
Nightglimmer

Nightglimmer

Member
May 18, 2019
20
Personally, it didn't work for me at all. I drank about 5 liters of water in an hour and nothing happened afterward. So I personally think that this method is really stupid and I don't get how it would even help someone ctb.
 
Snowx88

Snowx88

Member
Jun 29, 2019
68
Personally, it didn't work for me at all. I drank about 5 liters of water in an hour and nothing happened afterward. So I personally think that this method is really stupid and I don't get how it would even help someone ctb.
You need 4 gallon in less than 2 hours
 
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Jessica5

Specialist
May 22, 2019
336
This is an extremely low percentage suicide method.
It's been discussed on this forum a million times. It is hard and it is painful. It is extremely unlikely to work. You can completely forget about even trying. A while back, one forum member claimed to have tried it, and, entirely predictably, claim to have failed. He claimed to have puked back up some water and had to pee a lot, obviously. That's it.

FIFY

I’m suspicious of a lot of the suicide attempts people claim to have made on here, especially suicide by excess water.
 
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Morphinekiss

Enlightened
Jun 8, 2019
1,208
I usually only see this as being successful when connected with fraternity hazing, or being forced on the person.
 
inconsequential

inconsequential

Enlightened
Jun 1, 2019
1,012
It would be extremely painful until you passed out.
 
AtomicNewt

AtomicNewt

A girl doesn't need anyone who doesn't need her
Jun 5, 2019
145
As a child in the uk this case was all over the press for years, remember being freaked out by the girls swollen, tubed up face. It was used as an anti-drugs message but turns out it was all the water she drank. 7 litres :O Seems like quite a grim death, four days and with a hugely swollen brain. Guess it's cheap and perhaps gives you an excuse to get high too however...

 
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Aardwolf

Aardwolf

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Jun 19, 2019
43
Someone died in a water drinking contest a while back. Doesn't sound too peaceful.