You said that tho
I hear what you're sayin But I agree I really just look like an androgynous boy atm I need a bit of work Give me a minute i'll find an old pic and see if its any better
they will be random, not watching before posting.
This is old and a bit better I guess but my cam was a shit back then. But I agree with you I need to put more effort into it just my life has been so crazy I haven't been able to do as much as I've wanted to but for the first time in years that's changing so hopefully I'll be much better in a couple months if I keep up the pace i'm at now.
Also Kiwi I know you're watching me
>gearhead that loves feminine penises
>mfw this thread
The method relies on being in an enclosed space and generating a high concentration of CO. Purchasing a tank of carbon monoxide is one way of doing this, used with a gas regulator or valve, or with a gas mask.
The enclosed space could be a sealed tent or motor vehicle, with Stone1 estimating a time to death of between 5 to 15 minutes. It does not matter if there is air in the enclosed space to start with, as given a choice between carbon monoxide and oxygen, the protein haemoglobin in the blood will always latch on to carbon monoxide and ignore the life-giving oxygen.
In the Peaceful Pill Handbook2, Nitschke lists estimated times to death depending on the concentration of CO, and recommends concentrations of at least 1% (10,000 ppm), which should achieve death in one to three minutes. For this reason he recommends a reliable CO meter is purchased that is capable of measuring concentrations of at least 1%.
Jumping off a high building
Whilst jumping from height can be a very effective method of suicide (providing it is from sufficient height), it does not account for a particularly high percentage of suicides in either the US or the UK. Having said that, in Honk Kong it accounted for over half of all suicides in 20061, so easy access to tall buildings seems to impact the propensity to use this method.
The most important factor in suicide by jumping is height. Stone2 states that jumping from 150 feet (46 metres) or higher on land, and 250 feet (76 metres) or more on water, is 95% to 98% fatal. 150 feet/46 metres, equates to roughly 10 to 15 stories in a building, depending on the height of one story. 250 feet is the height of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.
Ideally, anyone jumping on land should try and land on their head, as this maximises the chances of fatal head injuries. In a study by Goonetilleke3, head impact was the most frequent landing area in fatal falls. If a person is jumping from lower heights, going head first becomes even more important, as the chances of death reduce the shorter the drop, and brain haemorrhage is the most frequent cause of death for jumpers.
It should go without saying that great care should be taken when jumping to not land on any person, or anything that might break the fall. It is also important to land on something hard, and not a forgiving surface like soft grass or sand that might cushion the fall. High cliffs with rocky landings are likely to fulfil the requirement for height
Many authors agree that using drugs by themselves as a method of suicide are unreliable. By combining drugs with use of a plastic bag over the head chances of death are drastically increased.
These pictures are before I started hrt and I havn't been on it for a while now cause self medding was doing more harm than good to me. And thank you though<3<3
I try senpai
I wish. Been pretty horny lately
Suicide by electrocution involves using a lethal electric shock to kill oneself. This causes arrhythmias of the heart, meaning that the heart does not contract in synchrony between the different chambers, essentially causing elimination of blood flow.
Inspect the trap, and if there is a cleanout nut located on the lowest part of the inverted "P," unscrew it with a pair of adjustable pliers. Let the water drain into the bucket. If you're looking for something that fell down the drain, it may also drop into the bucket.
Unscrew the nuts holding a plastic P-trap by hand, gripping the trap firmly with one hand and rotating each nut counterclockwise. You must unscrew two nuts to remove the trap. One holds the trap to the tailpiece, the small length of pipe extending down from the sink, and the other holds the trap to the drain line.
Put on a rubber glove to increase the friction between your hand and the nut if you find it hard to turn. If it still won't turn, unscrew it with adjustable pliers. You'll almost certainly need the pliers to disassemble a metal P-trap, which is usually too corroded to turn by hand.
Open the pliers wide enough to fit around the nut and orient them so the teeth are slanted in the direction you want to turn. Wrap a rag around the nut to protect it before you grip it with the pliers. This is especially important if you're removing a trap from a wall-hung sink. Any marks you make on it with the pliers will be visible.
Remove the trap by sliding the nuts out of the way and pulling down on the section of the trap that connects to the tailpiece. If the trap is still full, place the bucket is under the trap opening before you do this. Once that end of the trap is free, the other end should pull easily away from the drainpipe.
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In 1854 at the Farnley Ironworks near Leeds, England, George Towler jumped blithely into a furnace containing 50 tons of liquefied iron. All that could be retrieved of his remains was a piece of his charred spine. no aids though.
Jumping into a live volcano.
Beginning in the 1930s and ending in the 1950s, an estimated one thousand or more Japanese people willingly jumped to their demise into the searing lava of Mount Mihara, a popular tourist destination.
I have a skype rn if you want it. My phones fucked so no kik atm
Mostly I was having to many mood swings other than that I was fine but it took a toll on my mental state. Hormones are not something to mess around with lightly.
Yeah that's what I'm doing right now. Need to a doctor and what not. Thank you! I don't have kik cause my phone is broken but I have steam and skype if you want that
Sleep with a black guy
Jumping into a steamroller’s path.
In 1877, Englishman George Perks loudly proclaimed “Where that will go, I will follow” before hurling himself in front of a steamroller’s path, upon which he was squashed flatter than a bloody pancake.
Self-decapitation via rope and automobile.
In 2008, as part of a cockamamie scheme to wreak revenge against a much younger wife who’d dumped him, British businessman George Mellin tied one end of a rope to a tree and the other end around his neck. He then hopped into his sports car and floored it, ripping off his own head
Shoving a red-hot poker down your throat.
In a Leeds, England, hotel lobby on December 23, 1856, George Barker placed an iron poker into the fireplace, allowed it to glow red-hot, and then rammed it down his throat, charcoal-grilling himself from the inside-out.
Lighting a stick of dynamite and placing it under your hat.
One April day in 1922, Felix Bourg of Tiranges, France, lit a stick of dynamite, placed it under his hat, and took a few steps before his head was blown clean off his shoulders.
Self-decapitation via a time-released guillotine.
Thirty-six-year-old English businessman Boyd Taylor reportedly spent three months constructing an eight-foot-high guillotine fitted with an electric jigsaw. One night in 2003, he swallowed a handful of pills, laid himself down in bed, flipped on the device, and drifted off to sleep before his self-cessation machine tore his head off his neck.
Gassing yourself via an elaborate timed device.
In 1929, a frustrated Austrian inventor named Carl Czerny fashioned a device wherein a piece of string was tied to a revolving wheel on one end and a cork on the other end. He turned on the device and went to sleep. As was his plan, the cork was eventually pulled out of his apartment’s gas piping, at which point the room filled with lethal fumes and killed the sleeping inventor. Unfortunately for Czerny, his last invention was his most successful one
Gassing yourself via an elaborate timed device.
In 1929, a frustrated Austrian inventor named Carl Czerny fashioned a device wherein a piece of string was tied to a revolving wheel on one end and a cork on the other end. He turned on the device and went to sleep. As was his plan, the cork was eventually pulled out of his apartment’s gas piping, at which point the room filled with lethal fumes and killed the sleeping inventor.
Puncturing your heart with an electric drill.
In 1987, an elderly man in Chichester, England, named Joey Boothroyde took a power drill and ripped a fatal hole straight into his heart.
Shooting yourself in the head with a nail gun.
Londoner Raymond Farrell—let’s pause a minute and give props to the suicidal creativity of the depressed inhabitants of the British Isles—fatally shot himself in the head with a nail gun in August, 1992.
Hammering two nails into your head.
In May, 1987, D. R. Widdison—yet another UK resident who couldn’t be satisfied just gulping down a handful of pills or jumping off a bridge—ended his life amid this vale of tears by hammering two five-inch nails into his dome.