Now the biggest problem: we had to go to sleep in our handcuffs and leg irons! This means we can not take our clothes off! We have to sleep in these clothes, and wear them again tomorrow! The handcuffs and leg irons are NOT coming off at all. Not even for a few seconds. We have to do EVERYTHING in full restraints! I can still do many things, like braiding Anahí’s hair and brushing my teeth.
I can sleep in handcuffs without a problem, I do it very often! Anahí is not used to it though, poor thing! I hoped she would get enough sleep, because handcuffs can get really annoying if you don’t sleep well. But I think Anahí is too nice to complain, she will do anything I tell her as long as I do it too! Let’s see how it goes!
We couldn’t have picked a worse weekend for our Handcuff Weekend!! It was still raining! And we wanted to go outside in our handcuffs and leg irons! I needed a smoke anyway, so we managed to put on our shoes and ventured into the backyard of the bungalow I had rented.
There were a number of other bungalows surrounding the big pond, and everyone was inside their little cozy homes. They were all looking at us, since they had nothing to do on their bad weather holidays! What would you have done if you had been there on holiday and saw two girls in restraints shuffling into the garden? No one came to talk to us! Oh well, we didn’t actually mind the rain so much, it was nice to be out in restraints!!
So after lunch we decided to play a game! It doesn’t really matter which game, any game is fun when you are handcuffed! Me and Anahí play games in cuffs all time… in fact, I don’t think we ever played a game while we were not handcuffed. Not surprising of course, but still something you might want to consider if you are planning to visit our upcoming fan day: you will be handcuffed, even for board games and table games.
The handcuff weekend was really going well, no problems so far. But it was raining and we really wanted to go outside! Plus we hadn’t tried sleeping yet, which would be hard because we couldn’t take off our clothes now!!
I have to show you this!! I have found some really strange speedcuffs! They are from Korea (that’s what I’m told), and they are a bit longer than my favourite handcuffs in the world: the Hiatts Speedcuffs! In this video clip, I will show you a regular pair of speedcuffs too, so you can see the difference!
I love the idea of longer speedcuffs because it makes it harder to reach the other keyhole with your fingers! These Koreans are evil! Hahah! It also comes with an awesome metal ring in the metal so you can suspend your cuffs from the ceiling with a chain! I definitely think these should replace the standard UK police cuffs! How cool would it be to lead prisoners around by that metal ring!
Lunch!! With Anahí and me in leg irons and handcuffs, it was time for some lunch, to prepare for a long day in restraints! We are so used to being handcuffed, we don’t even notice it anymore! It is so funny to see how we eat and how the other hand just moves with the main hand automatically.
We think a Handcuff Weekend should be organised every year, and next year we hope that a lot of you will come along! If there will be a lot of people, you should bring your own cuffs, because I have many but maybe not enough for everyone!