I got mildly electrocuted once and it felt scary but also incredible. I think it gave my body a little bit of a permanent energy jolt
>>2681175I also got electrocuted when I was around 12 when I tried to put the hose back into the cheap chinese LED lights while it was still in the socket. I also testify that I felt very energetic afterwards! Maybe it's because of the adrenaline!
>>2681175We are electric. Bio-electric. >>2681181Yes, but.I have an antique purple light machine that used to be more common... it needs a new cord. It's probably 80 years old. Electricity for treatment of various issues, while a more typical thing at one time, would be more widespread if the J's patent pharma/bank/insurance scam wasn't so predominant. Anything that cures: outlawed. Anything that heals with no side effects, barely makes it into approval.They used the 'magic science pill', total control of major media, banking, and funny faggot handshake clubs, to do quite a lot of damage to normal practices that keep people healthy. Such as, if you are unwell, don't leap for antibiotics. Most of the time, wait through it.More of a DIY be your own physician, than handyman, post. Like martial arts teaches healing along with striking, you better know how to tape yourself up out of necessity.
I got electrocuted as a kid trying to plug in a lamp behind a dresser in the dark. Thank god for Tesla’s AC.
>>2681175>never felt the sweet angels lust of 600V voltage tester NGMI.
>>2681213>electrocutedIf you were electrocuted you wouldn't be here to write about it.
>>2681175i shocked myself last year by laying a live mains powered PCB on my bare leg (was wearing shorts.) i have no idea what i was thinking. it hurt but not too badly. i must have hit myself with the 120V AC side and not the rectified DC side.
>>2681243I drowned once in a pond where I wasn't supposed to go swimming, my dad murdered me when he found out, but just a little bit.
>>2681251Your daddy should have beat you harder, boy.
>>2681175I love getting shocked, but only when its unexpected and random. Makes me feel alive
>>2681175i got electrocuted as a child many times. we had this old tv that was always on once it's been connected. so i'd come back home from school, and try to reach up to connect the socket, i had to do it blindly, and while hugging the wall. so i received my fair share of electric jolts. it just felt like my hand was vibrating, and don't remember if i felt any pain.some other time, i swear my brother's wife could've done this on purpose. she left a live male cable on the floor that was hooked to the socket. i was getting the computer switched on to spend the next 6 hours playing videogames when i picked up the cable by the exposed pins, standing bare feet on the floor, i got a good jolt that made me let go.sometimes i get the feeling that i shouldn't be alive. when i signed up for the military for my mandatory conscription. i was assigned the job of "lighting and electricity work". luckily i got picked up for office work instead. somehow i feel like i was supposed to die that year. but i leave this conversation for /x/
was hungover using a hammer drill to cut a 6" hole through concrete wall. drill caught rebar and fractured my hand and the drill hit me in the face and cut my cheek
>out walking with gf>encounter electric fence>is it on?>quickly brush hand over it to check>'nah it's not' aand touch it more firmly>it's onmoral of the story is that it's always on, of course it's always on, why would they even have it there if it's not onit just runs in pulsesi only felt sick and shaky though, not alive
>>2681175> DIY confessionsI havent /diy/ed anything in at least 5 months.
>>2681235good memories.get a semi-circle of people holding hands and a crank megger lead to each end person & see who lets go first (they get shocked the worst)
>>2683079When I was 8 I bent over to look at an anthill or something and my ass hit our electric fence, the first shock made me jump a weird way and I fell backwards onto it and got shocked a bunch more times.My dad thought it was hilarious and laughed for about 5 minutes.Called me "Sparky" for a few weeks.
I was once doing a tile job in an unoccupied house and i had a wank in the toilet while being paid hourly
Someone gave me a 3 gallon bucket of 1/4" sheet metal screws years ago and I use them for pretty much everything that doesn't absolutely require a flush finish
I often get lazy with exterior caulking and don't push it into the gap, instead just letting it bead like this
>>2681175one time a lightbulb wasn't getting a good connection in the garage door opener so i stuck a screwdriver in to bend the socket tab so itd have a better connection with the bulb and i shorted out the socket and the entire door opener also so they needed to buy a new one.
>>2681175Kek when I was a kid, I was at this farm and accidentally touched an electric fence. I ended up touching it 3 times>* first time by accident*> whoa what was that?>* touch it again*> oh the fence is on> *touch it a 3rd time*> mmm feels good manI totally get it anon.
I use screws for framing and I'm tired of pretending it's not okay
I always tell I need more time to work on the house but as soon as I get a day off I spend it masturbating.
>>2681175I got electrocuted as a little kid because my fingers were on the prongs as I was plugging something in.Fast forward many many years later and I'm always the one that suffers from getting zapped by my car door handle or other metal objects on low humidity days. Sometimes I swear I retained some of that electricity.
>>2684077It's fine but it means you're a shitty framer
>>2684077The idea of nails only comes from retarded boomers who don't understand that metallurgy has actually advanced since the time of a sharp fart against a wall stud shearing the head off a screw
>>2683996If you actually shoot a good bead of caulk out of the gun, smooshing it around with your finger is a joke. I refuse to believe you have to finger fuck the joint when there's adequate pressure coming from the gun.
>>2684166It takes like 4 times as long to use a screw instead of hammering a nail, the reason real framers use nails is because they are faster, cheaper and stronger
>>2683807I've done this in an occupied home
CONFESSIONI just blew a load in Kevin Van Dam’s boipucci
>>2684077Makes sense you post on 4chan
>>2681175I brushed my knee against an exposed mains cable once. Wasn't painful but felt like my brain shut down for a split second.
>>2681181I took apart a disposable camera when I was a kid and touched the capacitor. It shocked me but felt more like a vibration at 10,000 bpm. Left a burn. Idk if I learned anything but I haven't really been shocked again.