Cracking in places where there is no joint



  • Or crack 'a 'lacking :lol:



  • ill use some photoshopped pics to help here;

    to crack the middle of my foot i press down on the top of the foot right above the toes. what i meant when i said it feels better when it cracks closer to the joint is that it would crack here;

    (area indicated by black circle)

    but most of the time I feel the crack occour closer to the toes, here;

    it is not a 'click' which happens, it is defiantly an intense crack, happening where there is no joint.



  • i could never do that Daylight!



  • Yeh i don't understand how - unless the general area kind of like spasms or ripples.



  • @Blaze:

    Or crack 'a 'lacking :lol:

    haha!



  • @Blaze:

    Yeh i don't understand how - unless the general area kind of like spasms or ripples.

    spasms - new thread coming on i think - credit to you for the idea ğŸ˜Ž



  • Ok cool

    Their is a Memeber on here called What'scrackalackin



  • Can anyone crack their nose? For real I mean. The crack isn't caused through the joint, the cartilage moves and causes an intese cracking sensation. I usually roll a f****l tissue into a point, bung it into my nostril and move it towards the other until a crack occurs. Then do the same for the other nostril.



  • @BangBang:

    Can anyone crack their nose? For real I mean. The crack isn't caused through the joint, the cartilage moves and causes an intese cracking sensation. I usually roll a f****l tissue into a point, bung it into my nostril and move it towards the other until a crack occurs. Then do the same for the other nostril.

    hey welcome to the forum.. no i can't crack my nose lol



  • @BangBang:

    Can anyone crack their nose? For real I mean. The crack isn't caused through the joint, the cartilage moves and causes an intese cracking sensation. I usually roll a f****l tissue into a point, bung it into my nostril and move it towards the other until a crack occurs. Then do the same for the other nostril.

    Ewwwh! and NO!


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