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Beer, Old Man, and Tumblr: a Fig 1: Form an "A" shape with your index and middle fingers using both hands. Extend your middle and index fingers on both hands, keeping them close together, while your thumbs hold down your ring and pinky fingers. Place your two middle fingers together, forming an "A" shape. Ifeel like I get a louder and more forceful whistle using this finger combo. Fig 2: Draw back your lips to cover your teeth. Lip placement is key, Give your lips a quick lick to wet your whistle. Tuck your lips back over your teeth. It's what you do when you pretend youre an old man without any teeth. Your lips need to cover your teeth in order to whistle successfully Feel free to adjust howmuch or lite you tuck your lips back. It's going to vary from person to person. Your fingers will help keep your bottom lip tudked over your teeth. Fig 3: Push tongue back into mouth. Place the tip of your fingers underneath your tongue right at the tip. Push the tip of your tongue back with your fingers. You're basically folding the first 1/4 of your tongue back on itself. Push your tongue back into your mouth until your first knuckle reaches your bottom lips. Fig 4: Blow through the hole between your two index fingers. Give a soft blow out your mouth. You should feel the air only go out over your bottom lip. If you feel air coming out the sides of your mouth, dlose your mouth tighter around your fingers. Remember, perfect seal Make sure you don't see your tongue make an appearance in the hole between your fingers! I's blocking the air from coming out. You probably won't get a sound right off the bat. That's okay. Adjust your finger placement under your tongue and experiment with different finger angles and varying degrees of lip tuckage until you find the sweet spot. Experimentation is key-keep making little adjustments. You'll know when you're getting close to your whistle sweet spot because you'll start producing a noise that sounds sort of like you're blowing over a beer bottle. Start blowing more forcefully, until you get that high-pitched and loud whistle. you should probably ge to TheMetaPicture.com LLLTSA lolzandtrollz: See? Now You Know How To Whistle With Your Fingers

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Clothes, Comfortable, and Doctor: SIMPLE CAMISOLE BINDER - Comfortable everyday binding for trans*, genderfluid, and non-binary folks, brought to you by thefandomedson. We all know that binding with Ace bandages is dangerous and can even ruin our chances for HE surgery later on, but what's your alternative F47-AU when you don't have a binder? thefandomedson.tumblr.com Read on, dear friend. SNDNNANG Disclaimer: I'm not a doctor so I'm not going to say this is 100% safe only to be blamed or sued later on, but it's not as constricting as a typical binder so I don't see how it can really harm you. It's just a regular article of clothing that's been turned around and folded. As always though, it's safest to bind with a legitimate binder that's been made specifically to flatten your chest without harming your body Also: Obviously I'm just one guy and what works for me might not work for someone else. For most of you, this is only meant to be a temporary solution until you can get a real binder. As you can see from the reference pictures, I'm not very large chested. I'm usually a B with fluctuation into A or C, depending. So I honestly don't know how well this will work for those who are more endowed. Try it for yourself before writing it off, though. A safe partial bind is better than an unhealthy bind or no bind at all Reference: regular bra vs. cami-binder Make sure your cami has a built-in bra. That elastic is what's gonna help us bind. So, what're you gonna need for this binder? One thing. A camisole. The simple style made to be worn under other clothes is best, with no stitching, seams, beads, or other adornment (same shirt) across the chest. It also needs to have a built-in bra to bind effectively. I normally wear a small in women's clothing, but for a slightly tighter fit I went with an extra small cami. A size or so smaller will give a better bind, NOTE: this binder isn't meant to get your chest perfectly flat. Even cismen have a contour to their chests due to the development of pectorals. A cami-binder will mimmic a typical man's pectoral muscles but even with smaller sizes it shouldn't be uncomfortably tight or difficult to put on when worn normally. STEP 1: TURN THAT SUCKER AROUND That's right, folks. We're wearing our cami backwards for this binder. It might feel odd at first but you get used to it fast Sliders Sliders There are multiple reasons to do this. One of them is to put the little sliders are in the front, as they tend to stand out a lot on your back- especially in tighter clothes. And, obviously, having conspicuous straps won't help you pass Shorten the little slider things as much as you comfortably can, so that everything will be right up high where you need it. STEP 2: GET THINGS SITUATED Position the elastic of the built-in bra over your breasts, where ever itll flatten them most (it'll likely be right across your nipples.) The reason we've turned it around is that this built- in panel is shorter on the back side, which will help keep the elastic in the position we put it in. In the front, the panel is designed to fit over your breasts and with the extra fabric it'll ride down to do just that, which kills your bind. Also, the extra fabric bunches up weirdly if you wear it front-ways. STEP 3: ROLL IT UP Fold the fabric over itself however many times you need to. I find that twice works well We're rolling it for a couple reasons: Reason 1 is that camis stay close to your body and will retain a surprising amount of heat, especially under other layers of clothing. So rolling it keeps the fabric off your skin and keeps you cooler. Reason 2 is that the extra layers of fabric over your breasts even out your bind and help flatten things a little more That's it! Smooth out any major wrinkles in the fabric (use a mirror to check your back, as that often folds wrong when you roll it), and then put on your regular clothes over it. It's as easy as that Be sure that your straps aren't twisted. A twist will show up pretty easily under a t-shirt, and straps won't help you pass Happy binding! TED (Note: If you're having a trouble getting a good bind, even try two camis over each other. The second one will add a little more bind without adding too much bulk. Make sure it's still comfortable to breathe and move around in. the-devils-dandy: emaciatinq: the-festive-edson: Hey there frends- I know a lot of you out there are struggling to acquire binders, and while you’re waiting to get one you might need an alternative. Ace bandages can be pretty hazardous to your health, so I thought I’d share my binding method with you. It came about out of necessity (I’m not in a position where I can buy myself a commercial binder,) but it’s comfortable and works great. I use it everyday and pass so well, at this point I’m not even looking into commercial binders anymore.  Hope this helps some of you.  ok but like you could reblog things like this for your transboy followers who may not be able to afford to buy a binder so that they can pass as male . … ……. Holy shit you are an absolute god
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