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The Amazing yet Simple Rubber Band Attack

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WARNING: This is purely an educational tutorial. This attack is only to be used for self-defense. If used otherwise it may result in severe injury or death.

Today you will learn the tricks, tips and strategy on how to make the Rubber Weapon of Destruction and how to use it.

The Rubber Band Attack (aka: RBA) dates back to 250 BC when it was used for Chinese torture along with it's equally horrifying torture techniques such as water boarding and Chinese water torture. Some say it is the most efficient way of converting your chi into forceful energy.

You will need: 1 Rubber Weapon of Destruction(Rubber Band), a victim, and most importantly strategy.

WARNING: This is purely an educational tutorial. This attack is only to be used for self-defense. If used otherwise it may result in severe injury or death.

 
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Step 1: The Technique

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The technique is simple but first you need a rubber band. Your rubber band should be thin rather than thick; this is easier to use and is more painful to the victim. When you have your rubber band find your victim. Your victim should be wimpy, small, helpless and not able to fight you back(if they live the attack). Now the technique. (see pictures too)

Technique: Strech the band with you pointer and middle fingers.
Pull the first rubber line (the one facing your victim) behind the second.
Pull as far back as you can
Wait for it....
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And quickly let go!

Result: One hell of a mess.
Re-design5 years ago
You made me LOL early in the morning. And that's not easy to do.
cucumber35 years ago
LOL look at pic 4: near his mouth "Light ball attack!"
dude. those pix are photoshopped. badly. and this tutorial is dumb
tankguy5 years ago
Lol, pic 4 step2 is hillarious!
ac1D5 years ago
Lol. this is old and stupid but how you made the instructable kinda made me laugh!
zoltzerino ac1D5 years ago
I like the split images - neat idea (better than the instructable - no offence) ZZZZ