I have a sick stick, and I use it all the time. I’ve had it about 10 years and I still have a few old ones that I use from my time as a teenager. So, it’s a great way to bring awareness to your surroundings and your body.
As a kid I used to wear a sick stick around my neck as a sort of amulet, because I wanted to make others think I was insane. In short, I was a sick stick freak.
In this video, you can see me using my stick to break open a door, because its super-fast and painful. I was a little too rough for my own good though, so I ended up with a broken stick. So, I have a lot of stick-related memories that I guess we can all relate to.
Now that we’ve got that out of the way, what is this thing called “sick stick”? I think its a stick that is designed to be used in a similar way to our sick stick. Its a stick that you use to kick people in the head and cause them to go in the water. It is supposed to have a wicked nasty effect, but it isn’t exactly a super powerful weapon.
To use it you’ll need a stick with a special rubber tip on its end. That tip will then be used to kick people in their heads, causing them to fall in, or drown. The sick stick is made of a hard rubber that is then coated in a special epoxy resin that sticks out like a sore thumb. The result is a stick that will have a wicked nasty effect.
I’m guessing that the sick stick is just the tip. The real power is in the resin. It sticks out and you can feel it on your body. It feels just like a sore thumb, and it has a wicked nasty effect. I’m not sure how much time I spent watching videos of people being knocked out, but it really did seem like the resin was doing some serious damage to the people who were getting pounded.
It was a lot like being in a car crash, but instead of having your head blow off, you have a big lump of resin building up on your neck. To put it in perspective, you’re essentially going into the car as a piece of resin, and then you have the car crash as a result of being smashed against the windshield.
Im sure the resin will get better over time. I am not sure if there are any long term risks, but we can all be a little cautious.
It was a lot like being in a car crash, but instead of having your head blow off, you have a big lump of resin building up on your neck. You can take it or leave it. It is not a car crash. It is a piece of resin.
Sick stick, as it turns out, is a kind of time looping device. In this particular instance, it’s a piece of resin that, when broken, results in a car being smashed into the windshield. The resin, when broken into its various pieces, builds up on the car’s windshield, and then your head and neck are eventually smashed off against the windshield.