Tabitha sent me another email describing a recent self bondage adventure she had. Enjoy!
It’s been a few months since my first attempt at self bondage and I’ve had several successful runs with it since. I’ve come up with a bunch of ideas on my own and incorporated some of the ideas people have sent me. Then, a few days ago I was trying a new idea and had my second backfire… sort of.
I have spent a lot of time looking for time release padlocks, or something similar, with no luck. The ice cube tricks were great for single position self bondage and the mailing yourself the key trick is great if you just want to be locked in diapers for a day, but I wanted more restrictive bondage while still being able to walk around. This is what I came up with…
First, I created the key release mechanism through trial and error. A small shelf was installed high on my living room wall – about nine feet up as I have a ten foot ceiling in that room. On the shelf I placed a small desk lamp with a 100 watt incandescent light bulb pointing down onto a separate section of the shelf. In this separate section under the bulb, I placed a a candle that I had melted a string into. The string, in turn, was tied to the key and a small fishing weight. The lamp was then plugged into an electrical timer, so the light would turn on after the predetermined period of time and the bulb would soften the wax enough that the weighted key would fall to the floor. I tested this new contraption several times to make sure it worked and it worked flawlessly every time.
Next came the real test. Three bambino diapers came first with the two inner diapers slit for drainage. A locking pair of plastic pants covered those and was locked at the small of my back. Long socks and a short t-shirt completed my outfit, but not my bondage. A twelve inch long pair of shackles was attached to my ankles to make sure I could still walk around, but wouldn’t be able to climb on anything to get the key early. Last came a waist belt with eighteen inch chains cuffed to my wrists. This would ensure I could still feed myself and deal with emergencies, but not reach higher than my mouth to grab for anything. The timer was then set for 24 hours and I went about my day. I would be able to retrieve the key and free myself about 6pm the next day.
I was soaking wet by bedtime and very messy by noon the next day. By 6pm I was ready to get out and clean up. At 6pm, as scheduled, the timer clicked over and the light came on. After twenty minutes I began to worry as this had never taken more than ten minutes before. An hour later I was trying to think of a way to get the key down. All this worry just made things worse, because I’m one of those people that desperately has to poop when I get really nervous. This, of course, led to an even messier diaper. After four hours, I was sitting on the couch debating my options when the key suddenly fell to the ground. I unlocked myself, cleaned up and then went back to investigate why it took so long to fall. I climbed up on the stepstool and took a look. For some reason only half the candle was melted. The only thing I can think of is that candle was different than the others I had used in the past, as they had always melted completely within 5 minutes under the heat of a 100 watt light bulb.
Despite the issue, I intend to refine this method a bit more as I like it very much. Hopefully I can come up with a more consistent method. Of course, the knowledge that something might go wrong increases the excitement of self bondage. It’s mentally easier when you know you will be released at a set time. When something goes wrong, and you spend more time in that predicament than planned, it increases the danger of being caught. Good luck to all of you with your own self bondage adventures!