Chrissy is still working behind the scenes, putting us in crazy challenges from time to time. This one was so hard! We are cuffed back to back, and the key is hanging from a ceiling chain. We can’t reach the key, and we have to cooperate to move (for example stand up). It is impossible! But that’s what makes it fun!
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We are curious girls and we love experimenting with the presents we get. This time is is a really funny gag, but reaaaally funny. The gag itself is laughing, like the LOL emoji! LOL! You know we are more into cuffs than anything but from time to time is good to experiment with something else (while also using cuffs of course, otherwise what’s the point?). I bet you haven’t seen a gag like this. Thank you to the fan who sent it to us!
Oh, and eeeeeewww drooling…
Cuffing your neck to your ankles is not very safe! You need to support yourself with your hands. If you make the chain really short, you have to be very very flexible in your lower back (like Hannah) to avoid choking yourself. It gets harder and harder to hold yourself up. Do not try this at home, it is dangerous! But it is secretly a lot of fun :D
Have you ever seen these things? They are called elbow traps and we got a few of them (email us if you want to buy some)! They are crazy devices that are very frustrating, because your wrists are free but you are still trapped. It is impossible to get your arms out and you can’t escape even if you have the key!
There is a first time for everything, so Hannah must go in the stocks of course! She was a bit scared of the huge scissor contraption, but when she was locked into it, she had a great time! Hannah just looks so amazing in these stocks! She is definitely getting used to all the restraints and she is becoming a happy CuffGirl now!
It seems you like hogcuffs the most, because they are requested so much! Hannah hasn’t been hogcuffed very often, so I wanted to do a little challenge with her! We are hogcuffed (ankles to wrists), but also elbow cuffed with hinged cuffs! This means we can not escape from our own cuffs (elbow cuffs are impossible to escape), so we have to help each other! Needless to say, it was a hard but fun challenge! We hope you will like it!
I would not go on holiday without my handcuffs! So here I am, in the waves of the Pacific ocean. Ehm…they may be a bit too strong right now, they almost swallowed me and I almost lost the key!!! It was a whole adventure, even the lifeguard came to ask if I was alright and I was certainly having fun. I hope you enjoy this little update too. Oh before I forget, they took my cuffs at the airport on the way back. It feels like the most normal thing to bring them in the hand luggage but apparently it is not allowed. I am cuffless now :( but in Mexico there is a saying “Nobody can take off what you have already danced” (Lo bailed, nadie te lo quita).
I am not a fan of mittens at all, I just like handcuffs better. Anyhow, I have been busy introducing the whole collection to my friend Hannah and I had to show her why they are so annoying. Some people they say they look cute though, what do you think? In this video Hannah and me test a few things and we find out how hard it is to escape handcuffs in mittens.
Let’s introduce Hannah to Chrissy’s favourite handcuffs! The British police cuffs were Chrissy’s most beloved handcuffs, because Chrissy is from the UK! Well, I am from Mexico and Hannah is from the Netherlands, so we have to pick other favourites, but it is easy to see why Chrissy loved these cuffs. They are rigid and they can be used for very hard challenges! The ones I am showing today are the Ultimate Speedcuffs, which means they can fold (but only if you use a key)!
Sometimes we just leave the webcam thing running and it will record some silly stuff. Like the time we ordered pizzas when we were neck cuffed together. It is fun to be neck cuffed to someone! Make sure you don’t do any sudden movements. If you forget about the neck cuff and you get up to go to the kitchen for example… lol :)
I wanted to show Hannah the difference between some of the handcuffs, particularly the distance between the wrists. The shorter the distance, the harder it is to escape. So I went from chain cuffs to hinged cuffs to the Irish 8, to show her each type of restraint. It all went very well, until we bent the key to the Irish 8 and I was stuck in them!!!
Hannah literally has to get to know ALL kinds of cuffs, and she is about 10 years behind me and Chrissy, so I’m trying to introduce her to new cuffs every week! It is a lot to catch up on, as a brand new CuffGirl. She wasn’t feeling too well, but that doesn’t mean she can’t be toe cuffed in bed! I will be bring her tea and I’m taking care of her, so she doesn’t need to go anywhere!
Hannah and me are going to try the classic neck cuff escape challenge. We attach a long chain to our neck cuffs, looped behind the radiator on the wall. The key is all the way by the fire place!!! In order to get the key, one of us needs to reach it with her toes while the other one gets as close to the wall as possible. But even then we can not seem to reach it. Are we in trouble? Or will we make it?
Hannah is not only curious but also very flexible, especially in her lower back! So I tested her using a chain to hoist her up, in a hogcuffed position. Do NOT try this at home! Hannah is extremely flexible and she can handle it, but cuffs are not made for this (they are too sharp). Maybe I can find some more comfortable cuffs for Hannah and keep her in this position for a long time!
These cuffs are interesting because they don’t use a key. I would not know how to call them, I miss the fans around who were teaching us all this things about cuffs! I learnt a lot at the fan day. However, the best is to do elbow cuffing with them because even without a key you just cannot escape (unless someone is there to help you). They can put a lot of pressure on your shoulders and arms but if you are let out it feels amazing! That relief of pressure. So tight!