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You sleep in a room hanging over a bridge or cliff. The floor is a trapdoor that is controlled by an alarm timer setup. (i keep too good of an internal time clock so mine would have built in random time variance) When your alarm goes off, instead of a sound, the trapdoor swings, letting you freefall
I realize most ppl will be unable to set up a home on the edge of a cliff, so i was thinking of a 'mini bunjie alarm wench' that you attached to a pulley above your bed, and when it goes off you are instantly hanging by your feet directly above your bed.
I attached to a pulley [methinksnot, Mar 04 2007]
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||//i was thinking of a 'mini bunjie alarm
wench' that you attached to a pulley above
your bed, and when it goes off you are
instantly hanging by your feet directly
above your bed.//
||Is there a choice of wenches?
||Of course, and models for couples with different time settings. And the Jr. kids model.
||This one night, I attached a wench to a pulley above my bed (we were drunk, and young, and stupid, and adventurous). Needless to say, it all ended in tears.
||Ahem: "Following several unfortunate
incidents widely reported in the lay press,
the American Heart Association, in
conjunction with the American Board of
Orthopedic Surgery and the American
College of Obstetrics and Gynecology have
recommended the Bungee-Alarm (TM) not
be used by persons older than 50, or by
those of a nervous disposition."
||You won't have to go to the bathroom afterwards, either.