actually she/he didn't seem to ask for lifting the ban (never found a topic around here). I also happened to have a few messages with her, I mentioned the ban in discussion but I never got a pro or contra opinion from misbehavin. Just that she was busy and worried about some real life project. So while she hesitates to prove anything, or ask about lifting her ban by herself, I don't think we should ask this in her name.
As I said above she left her email in this forum. If anyone really wants to help her prove herself and get unbanned just send her an email.
On Sat, Aug 10, 2013 at 8:55 AM, Kimberly White <[email protected]> wrote:
I'm not sure what I got banned over (I'm not underage) and I plan on making a new account and starting a petition to get my old account unbanned but for now, I can't access my pms on that site. So just email me whatever you wanted to tell me.
On Wednesday, August 7, 2013, Alan Tonic wrote:
I missed you around on KT lately.
Did not notice you were banned :O
I sent you a PM there I really would like to get your opinion on, but not sure you will ever return?
Thanks for your reply!
I'm not judging anyone, but the fact he/she is using a completely different profile picture on gmail does not help much to be honest.
Ok don't lets get too excited people, the stuff we are talking about here is mostly regular refrigerator ice which is chilled to around -15 to -20C at most.
When you hold an ice cube in your hand skin is not in direct contact with ice at any point, what is known as a boundary layer forms (this is the water from the ice melting) and it is always at or close to 0C. This boundary layer water quickly warms when in contact with your skin and one regular ice cube melts too fast under normal conditions to cause frostbite.
That said some of the stupid ideas of stuffing many ice blocks internally, either anal or vaginally is bad and could cause serious problems. The larger thermal mass can continue the chilling to well beyond the limits of regular tissues and could indeed cause injury. It is at the point that the boundary layer disappears that problems begin, at that point the skin does indeed contact ice directly as it begins to freeze.
But if you are just looking for the thrill of the chill, rubbing an ice block over your genitals or nipples is not going to make them drop off.