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  isdy(2005-03-22 10:25:12, Hit : 20757, Vote : 3653
 Three dimensions of pull & tug by Dr. Henning

Two human beings are standing shoulder by shoulder. They put their arms around the partner?s neck, mutually, symmetrically, like good friend. Opening their lips, they grab with their forefinger into the other?s mouth. And then, by one signal, they begin to pull. The mouths and cheeks are distorted, the eyes are rolling, the sight gets grotesque features. The competitors tug and tug. Intensifying their draught, they turn their heads outward, trying both to relieve of the pain and to resist effectively. Finally, one of them will give up, at first slowly following the pull by turning his head and then overtly surrendering by turning the rest of his body. He is overcome.




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