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unfixablegirl

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Jul 6, 2024
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Anyone got tips for a sucessful ctb jump?
The only accessible place is 60 meters/200 feet into water. I've had people say that isn't high enough but I've heard of local people successfully ctb off bridges the same height.
Please help I need to end this on Saturday.

I mostly need to know how to launch myself head first.
 
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MyTimeIsUp

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Feb 27, 2024
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I know someone that survived higher, albeit, not into water, but smack straight onto the ground.

I would rather be like this than permanently physically disabled, and in constant pain for the rest of my life (and I'm already in a lot of pain daily, but there's no comparison here), and not able to do shit about it. I have seen the aftermath of that, no thanks.

Literally used to consider jumping until that day. Changed my mind in a fucking heartbeat, let me tell you.

I don't care what anyone says, I would NEVER risk it. Ever. Yes we're suffering, but do you want to suffer more? No.

People have survived thousands of feet. Fuck that

I really hope if you do pick this, as I know I cannot change your mind, that it doesn't permanently disable you, which it will if you were to survive it - I'm just being completely open and honest with you. If it doesn't have long lasting effects, you're the luckiest person alive - I guess some are - like those that have survived the Golden Gate Bridge.

Personally, I'd pick something else.
 
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I know someone that survived higher, albeit, not into water, but smack straight onto the ground.

I would rather be like this than permanently physically disabled, and in constant pain for the rest of my life (and I'm already in a lot of pain daily, but there's no comparison here), and not able to do shit about it. I have seen the aftermath of that, no thanks.

Literally used to consider jumping until that day. Changed my mind in a fucking heartbeat, let me tell you.

I don't care what anyone says, I would NEVER risk it. Ever. Yes we're suffering, but do you want to suffer more? No.

People have survived thousands of feet. Fuck that

I really hope if you do pick this, as I know I cannot change your mind, that it doesn't permanently disable you, which it will if you were to survive it - I'm just being completely open and honest with you. If it doesn't have long lasting effects, you're the luckiest person alive - I guess some are - like those that have survived the Golden Gate Bridge.

Personally, I'd pick something else.
Thanks for this message. It makes me reconsider jumping from the spot I was going to. You're right it isn't worth the risk of being permanently disabled and in excruciating pain.
 
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