Sensory Deprivation Tanks

Anyone ever been in one? Going to have a go for my birthday next month. Will I lose my mind or just get a bit bored and pruney?

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If I may be so bold as to ask, what age will you be? It’s a very unique birthday celebration

Just awaiting the simpsons picture

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Can’t imagine anything worse than being trapped in a wet tank with only my own thoughts for entertainment

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Would be quite nice with a beer and some music on, I reckon.

Suppose that’s just ‘having a bath’ though.

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If there was some type of sensory deprivation which didn’t involve water I would be all in for that.

I’ll be 35.

Should really have added ‘sing Witch Doctor for an hour’ as a poll option tbf.

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I don’t know what I expected from the question, but that sounds abour right for 35

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I’ll be 35 on Thursday and in, in a way, a sensory deprivation tank of my own

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Running on fumes for Simpson pics lately tbh

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If you deprive yourself of all your senses, you become incredibly vulnerable to attack. Just so you know.

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omg I just read this back and I really didn’t mean it to sound like a threat

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Absolutely no desire to ever try one. Seems only slightly better than one of those completely soundproof rooms, which I am confident would make me lose my fucking mind (see: Castle Rock, etc.).

Life’s what you make it. I presume the same goes for sensory deprivation tanks.

Now imagining a giant box of chocolates as a sensory deprivation tank. Wouldn’t work, would it.

I cant see it personally, no

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Something about your sense of sight etc etc

Remember when Ben Afflecks’ Daredevil would use a sensory deprevation tank and then listen to Evanescence really loudly afterwards.
:roll_eyes:

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How could he tell?