I recently read the self-mummification scenario from Like-ra's site (http://www.likera.com/sb/tech/mumm1.html
) and decided to give it a try. I have a support pole in my basement, but it is too close to the wall to walk around. As a substitute, I used a painter's pole with a locking extender (about $20 at any hardware store) and wedged it between the floor and ceiling.
I tried this various ways, but always was gagged and clamped, with vibrators in all the right places held in by pantyhose. I also had a paring knife taped to the outside of my thigh with my hand firmly on the handle. Likera suggests wrapping each limb separately first, but I decided to leave that part out and see how it worked.
I tried standard saran wrap first. Though it is strong enough to immobilize, it had a tendency to snag and tear as I circled the pole. It sucks to be half-wrapped and have to wriggle one hand out to grab the end of the wrap and try to "un-snag" it.
I then tried the large roll of stretch wrap available at any office supply or shipping store. Though it also snags, it is much stronger than the saran wrap. It still gets stuck on itself but won't tear, giving me a chance to back up a little and using my body to pull at an angle that gets it rolling around me again (you'll understand when you try it).
Using the stretch wrap, I was able to mummify myself very tightly from thighs to shoulders. The lower legs are a bit more difficult because you still need to be able to manuever around the pole. I was able to kneel on the mattress I had set on the ground and then flop on to my back. After about an hour and a great orgasm, I was able to cut myself loose with some difficulty.
Some observations and recommendations if you want to try this......
1. Keep it simple! Do a couple dry runs using minimal wrapping, no gag and your hand firmly on your knife. This will give you an idea of how it's going to work and how the wrap affects your breathing. Also----no blindfold!!! Makes wrapping very difficult and using the knife impossible (unless you didn't need that finger).
2. USE A KNIFE!!! If you do it right, you are not getting out of this without it! Use a utility knife with a retractable blade so you don't accidentally stab yourself when you fall on the mattress. Also, it is hard to see where the plastic ends and your skin begins---My left thumb learned that lesson the hard way!!!
3. Take it easy with clamps----When the wrap hits your nipple clamps, the are going to move unpredictably and probably cause more discomfort. It's cool when it happens, but really freakin' hurts later!!
4. I found I was sweating and out of breath from the wrapping effort and excitement. Take breaks while you're wrapping---walking in circles makes you dizzy!!! Also, after you hit the mattress, take a minute to make sure you can breath freely before losing yourself in the sensations.
I know this sounds like a lot of work, but it only takes about 10 minutes to set up AND IS DEFINITELY WORTH THE EFFORT!!!