3 comments on “Bondage Bag

  1. Thanks for asking! 🙂 Hopefully once I’ve written this out, it’ll still make a modicum of sense…

    OK. Take the rope you want to wrap up by both ends. Follow down it until you find the point where the rope doubles at and bring that back up to the two ends. Keep doubling the ends until you get a base that’s about a foot long and has many coils of rope.

    After this, pull out one of the loose ends and separate it from the it from the base. You’ll have to do this with trial and error a few times to find out how much you’ll need to cover the rest. Once you have a solo line of bunches of feet away from the base, find where the solo line branches off from the rest and hold it down. Start wrapping the solo line around the base until you run out of line, then tuck the loose end under one of the coils.

    Again…thanks for the question; hope that made at least a touch of sense. 🙂

  2. Greetings from Texas,
    I had a coffee table with drawers, also a couple of end tables, to keep the bundles out of sight. As one girl explained to me in my mispent youth, getting tied up is one thing. Seeing a hardware store worth of rope spread out was a bit unnerving.

    My travel bag was a Navy Issue Fliers Clothing Bag from World War Two. I wish I still had it.

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