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[*] posted on 14-11-2018 at 12:28
Have you been quirted by Microfine polyamide tubing?


I have no proof that I've been squirted by people but I did think that I was a long time ago and it led me to some research into how they were doing it...

Imagine this... Someone is squirting you somehow but they don't have anything in their hands and you can't see the drops or stream of liquid.

This led me to the discovery of polyamide tubing. If connected to and used in a device that can pressurize liquids sufficiently a stream of liquid (and possibly solid particles) can be ejected. The stream is thinner than a human hair and is therefore invisible.

The device is triggered while one hand aims the tubing protruding from your pocket or a hold in your pants.

The tube itself is thinner than a human hair and is therefore invisible.


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[*] posted on 14-11-2018 at 13:16


I'd like to point to this post as an example of the fine line between spam and not-spam. Note the uses of the words "squirt" and "protrude".



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[*] posted on 14-11-2018 at 13:39


I have an HPLC and the tubing used on some parts has an internal diameter of 0.2mm. Some other HPLCs use even smaller diameters. If you turn the flow rate of the pump up suitably high, you do get a very fine stream of tiny droplets, which although not invisible, is definitely hard to see if you're not expecting to see it there.
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[*] posted on 14-11-2018 at 13:59


Is op talking about spider silk?



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[*] posted on 14-11-2018 at 14:09


Weird post, but OP's other posts suggest a legitimate human member



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[*] posted on 14-11-2018 at 14:10


I am closing this one.

BakingBrownies, I changed the title of this thread on this to indicate a discussion on polyamide tubing. You have changed it back to focus on squirting (or quirting).
A discussion on the properties and applications of materials is fine.
This looks more like an invitation to discuss behaviour of socially maladjusted people. I do not think it can possibly go anywhere productive. Hence, Detritus.
Please don't do this again.
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