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  • Finally a down-to-earth forum for famous joint-crackers all over the world.


  • Community Lead

    Woa, that was fast. Welcome! :D



  • i agree what a great place to talk about the joy of joint cracking


  • Community Lead

    Gald you like it! The more the merrier. 8)
    It is fun to watch this little community grow.



  • I am able to snap my index finger repeatedly. This involves pushing downwards and to the side, making it snap. I don't need to wait for it to be recracked. This, with the normal cracking has made my finger very flexible, and I can push it down to reach the palm of my hand. I think the joint has got a little swoll* n as well. 8O


  • Community Lead

    Welcome to the growing community pistache268. 8)
    Thank you for your input. I will open a new threat for this interesting observation.



  • Which way do you crack your knuckles? I push my middle ones backwards and my index finger on my left hand forwards.



  • I hold mine firmly and pulll… It's more reliable, I find.

    Have you guys noticed that temperature can affect how much you can crack your joints? Or at least, I think so.



  • without a doubt
    On cold canoing trips, i'll spend upwards of five minutes trying to force my thumbs to crack

    Also, cracking defintely warms my hands up.



  • @Rosethornn:

    I hold mine firmly and pulll… It's more reliable, I find.

    Have you guys noticed that temperature can affect how much you can crack your joints? Or at least, I think so.

    Yes i have noticed this - cold means more cracking.

    And to the previous person - when it is colder, it is sometimes harder to get the crack that you try so hard to get.



  • @kgish:

    Finally a down-to-earth forum for famous joint-crackers all over the world.

    Indeed 8)



  • Took me ages to find.


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