Apr 28, 2017

Another Misungui Effort

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There has already been so many posts regarding folks attempts, efforts, and otherwise awesome contributions, so here's mine, with CutieTie!

 

We first did the whole thing and tried to suspend with it, and even with her sensitive radial nerve it went great. Like it was mentioned in the video, it doesn't seem like those "hojo" cuffs do much, but we tried removing them and trying again, and sure enough they make a difference!

 

 

Certainly a lovely tie and with a tiny bill of drilling, it could be done with some great flow!

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