I went for a picnic and brought my thumbcuffs with me! Putting them on and relaxing outdoors was supposed to be a lot of fun, until I realized I couldn’t really eat my food that I brought. Well, I managed somehow. Kind of. But I couldn’t open my bottle to have a drink, so I still got pretty frustrated!
This is a complicated position with two pairs of hinged cuffs. I have done it before, and I learned it from Chrissy. Now it’s time to show Zara how this position works, and let her try to escape! In the back and in the front! It is really a lot harder than you think!
We were wondering if we can build effective cuffs from some heavy pieces of pipes and some connectors! After all, it would be the ultimate adjustable restraint if you can build it yourself! Even Zara shouldn’t be able to escape it if we make it tight enough!
We have a new toy! It’s a green screen!! It’s a really nice way to travel during a pandemic, and the great thing is: you can go everywhere in handcuffs! Watch me and Zara go around the world as we visit Hawaii, Paris, New Zealand, Egypt, and more! Just a bit of fun with me in speedcuffs and Zara in pink ASPs! Stay safe everyone!
Well, I thought it would be a great idea to cuff ourselves with handcuffs hanging from the ceiling, with the key laying on the floor. Turns out it’s not a great idea. Don’t try this at home! The only way to get the key into your hands is to take off your shoes, grab it with your toes and then throw it up (with your leg) and catch it. The problem is, we had a big hole in the ceiling to hang the chains from. And of course… the key went flying into the hole. No chance of escaping after that…