Not me, but this guy...(he gave me permission to post this)


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What happened? He got choked out, went to sleep, the blood vessels on his eyeballs burst, that's what happened. In his own words: "I didn't need treatment because the blood capillaries didn't burst in the inside of my orbital. Though, was probably only seconds away from that happening."

Frak me...people, tap, TAP before you fancy getting a little unprompted out of season Halloween makeup on yer face!


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16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks mate i didnt want my dinner
briwales

Afrorican said...

Holy ----!! That's crazy. That's why I have no problem tapping.

Enzo said...

Nice picture, this is what happens (and the science behind it) when BJ Penn chokes you.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qTPOrRwP0Ow

Georgette said...

I have been choked to unconsciousness a few times (not because I was being stubborn, but the first thing to go is your judgment!) but I am SO HAPPY this never happened...

In criminal investigations, petichiae (broken blood vessels in the sclera) are a sure sign of strangulation, but I have NEVER seen them this bad. That's serious! :)

Rex said...

lol, dude should have tapped

GRINNER-MATE said...

THAT IS ACTUALLY THE BEST THING THAT I HAVE EVER SEEN EVER!

The Part Time Grappler said...

Cooool! Hope you're not hurt buddy but coooooool!

Did you use to get on the bus for free?

juliajohansen said...

THAT IS DISGUSTING!!!

juliajohansen said...

@Enzo THAT WAS AN AWESOME VIDEO! Thank you for posting a link!

Kintanon said...

Ok, that is MESSED UP. Definitely the worst I've ever seen. Must have been a SUPER tight choke and held for a
while.

My experience getting choked out the guy let go almost immediately and I just woke up with a snerk after having a pleasant dream. I jut went out so fast I didn't have time to tap. Tightest arm triangle I've ever felt...

Meerkatsu said...

I should point out again this is NOT ME.
It's a guy who I know on FB and he was happy to share this photo. He got choked out in competition - not in normal class. So that might explain why his symptoms were so severe.

slideyfoot said...

@Enzo: +1 on what Julia said, as that was indeed an awesome video. Thanks for the link!

bjornvil said...

Holy hell!!!
I can sometimes feel pressure in my head when I'm fighting a choke like my life depended on it. Feels like my head is going to pop off. I've thought something like this might happen. Guess I was right :)

Rowdy Style said...

i saw this on a forum. stupid on his part.

i have had a few collar chokes come in quicker than the person could tap. i release the instant i feel their body relax/change.

Stephanie said...

That can not be real! Omg! ... Omg! That is all my brain can muster right now.

For the love!

Anonymous said...

petechia are not broken blood vessels in the eye, subconjunctival hemorrhage is. petechia occur all over the body, usually in older folks