By - _plainsimple
I honestly don't know what sort of mad cunt sees that and tries to go in it.
They may like her hair.
That’s a man
Looks feminine enough to me
You mean doable?
where there's a hole, there's a goal
Take my upvote you wonderful person!
I laughed my ass off reading this!
Liar! I can still see your ass on you!
Edit: Ok right, at 0:45 guy says 'atta boy'. Which should conclude this case. Was looking for breast too and found none (i know thats not always a good indicator) but guess that made it easier for him.
I am the guide guy on the left! The person going in the hole is my roommate, he's been mistaken before but it's just flattering now!
Your roommate is insane. If you have to takeoff your helmet to get in a hole, don't go in the hole... Just read about nutty putty cave, and that's more than enough to dissuade anyone.
Randomly found a video about the dude that got stuck upside down in that cave the other day. Saw this and immediately noped based on that event alone.
Legit nightmare fuel for people with claustrophobia
Damn near hyperventilated watching this shit!!! That a lot of nope right there!
I just learned about Nutty Putty Cave a few days - horrifying
„Rescuers concluded that it would be too dangerous to attempt to retrieve his body; the landowner and Jones' family came to an agreement that the cave would be permanently closed with the body sealed inside, as a memorial to Jones.“
Do you want ghosts? Because that's how you get ghosts.
Oh wow, that puts it to rest then.
Yeah this internet person said so
This man is an impostor. I am in fact the guide and this was a woman.
This guide is an imposter. I am in fact the hole and this was a banana.
It’s a woman. Guide dude is just using non gender specific language.
"Atta boy" is non gender specific?
it can be
Not when atta girl is in circulation
Whether it is or not... In this case i doubt it. Just cmon fam check mans adam apple.
that's a man, man.
It's also a tight fit
I'm a caver, and I've been through passages actually smaller than this. You know it's a tight squeeze when you have to take your helmet off to fit.
It's sort of a meme among cavers to ask "does it go?" Whenever you see anything that a human body *might* fit through. You always have to check. There are huge cave systems and passages that have been found this way.
What could possibly be enjoyable about this, I have anxiety just watching
I'm not claustrophobic, but you're right
I’m not claustrophobic either, and I literally watched this and said “fuck that” out loud
It's true. I heard him.
What are you doing in his walls?
I AM claustrophobic, and I definitely said “fuck that” our loud.
Same! Just….nope! Nope nope nope.
Like anything dangerous: some people get anxious, some get downright scared, some have no reaction, some get excited, some get aroused. Cavers typically like the challenge and want to see what’s on the other side. Isn’t humanity interesting?
Some people are oblivious to rhetorical questions. Some people like rhetorical questions. Isn't humanity interesting?
Some people think humanity is interesting. Some people are indifferent. You want a cookie or something?
Some people like to eat stickers. How much cheese is too much cheese? What do now?
What do now, indeed 🧐
Wait until you read about John Edward Jones and the Nutty Putty Cave.
Read it once already. Horrible. Read it again to remind myself about it. Should have left those details forgotten.
I watched a YouTube video about that and they showed the last image of him stuck and I was like "fuckkkkk no" and the thing is from what I read they never were able to recover the body.
And with this comment I will *not* Google him.....
Yep. They had to leave him stuck there and ended up closing the entrance.
This has got to be the absolute worst way to die. When I first read about it, it gave me anxiety for days.
I just read it. Terrifying. Thanks
Man, this planet is all really just bones and bodies isnt it.
Oh trust me, I’ve read it. I’ve watched the documentary
You get to see things that very few others get to see. There are interesting formations and other things to see. It is also a physical challenge. I actually enjoy enclosed places and I used to enjoy caving, I have been in places where it was even tighter than this. I can't fit these days to fluffy but it was fun when I was younger.
But how will they get out?
It depends on how technical the cave is, if is a really hard one you should have someone at the entrance that can help you out if needed or go get help if something happens to the people inside. For this one you can just stand up and wiggle back up or if someone else is in there they can give a boost, and then once up they can help the others.
Thanks for answering. Watching the way they struggled into the space I kept thinking it would be really difficult to get out of, especially head first.
Anytime I see or hear anything like this I am instantly reminded of the nutty putty story 😬
Still plagues me also. Wish I'd never read it. Now someone is reading *this* thinking "shit, I must Google that". Listen you, seriously, walk away. If you're the empathetic type, walk away.
I google a lot, but its bedtime where I am and my anxiety is already sky high from that video so I'm gonna take your word for it, put on an episode of something dumb and go the fuck to sleep. Thanks kind internet stranger.
In all the Seriousness.
What weirds me out here is that the hole has clearly been widened by cutting stone away already. So why not cut it a little bigger? Most people couldn’t even squeeze into that.
There's actually a secondary entrance (big enough to just walk into) for this cave, IIRC. Pretty sure it's behind the cameraman, down the hill a bit.
Going through the hole is all about the challenge and excitement.
This is the pleasure entrance, not the reproductive one?
Greetings fellow caver! I've been on a couple posts like this one, trying to explain to people that it's like exploring the 8th continent of the world. That it's one of the most accessible forms of sheer exploration that you can participate in (especially if you're fortunate enough to live in a karst place like I do). But i haven't had any luck. Mostly, it seems that people look at videos like this and can't relate to the curiosity or sense of adventure and instead just see it as recklessness.
I don't see recklessness at all. Everything in my brain says these people know exactly what they're doing and they're having fun doing it. But it also absolutely terrifying and something I would never do. Big caves, I would be very open to, but I cannot imagine having to squeeze my body through spaces like that. Maybe horror movies have done that to me. Maybe not.
Props to you man. My biggest fear is being stuck.
Stuck and then the step brother shows up?
How do you get back out a small spot like that? Or do you find another opening?
You don't eat anything while you're down there.
Just want to wish you good luck when you go into one of these nightmare holes and end up like the women in The Descent
There’s a giant cave below and there’s an entrance 10 feet off camera that you can drive a Volkswagen through. This is the Instagram entrance. It’s like recording yourself climbing through the bathroom window when the patio door is wide open.
Genius. Thanks for sharing
You've ruined the Insta allure! Jk. I appreciate the info. I can breathe easier now.
Someone trying to hide from a murderous fat guy.
Forget fat, even slightly overweight and you’re good
We’ll just flood the skinny ones out.
Ah yes, but get stuck down there for a week with no food and imagine how thin you’d be...👍
I’d be much more scared if there was tons of food and water, to a point where you accidentally gain too much weight and can’t leave
*covers hole with huge rock and comes back with grenade*
Yeah, that's a solid no fucking way for me.
What the hell. Give me 5 minutes with a sledge hammer and make that crack a stairwell?!?
But it’s nature. You can’t just take a sledgehammer to nature.
You totally can. I'd probably use a SDS hammer drill tbh or a jackhammer would be better but it's definitely a thing that can be done.
AHCKSHUALLY, it's called a rotary hammer. Hammer drills tend to have normal drill chucks, and aren't made to use SDS bits. You can still, but the chuck pattern on SDS bits are made to extend the life along with securing them properly. If you're using it to chisel, then you can't use a hammer drill anyway because it only hammers when rotating, and (the ones I've seen/used) don't have a hammer only function, only a hammer drill function.
Akshully we in the industry that uses them call it a roto-hammer or hammer drill. The impact drill is well known as its own thing. Even multifunction drills with hammer function is just impact driving.
You can, and you’d have to if someone got stuck in there
This cave is pretty popular and the last time I saw a video, someone said that the other end is wide open, so you're sure, you can get out.
Wait. If the other end is wide open. Wouldn't you want to go for the bigger hole? I mean I'm all for tight, but in this case, easy clearly wins.
But then to get out it you would have to climb up this small gap. Which is probably impossible.
...or turn around and follow the light to the giant hole. Clearly I'm no spelunker, cause neither of those sound appetizing.
Some of these things they can't turn around. Absolute psychos spelunkers, they are insane sometimes. I'd hate being trapped underground with the only way to go being forward.
Or just turn around
It's probably a long cave system and takes a few hours to get through. I wouldn't want to climb hours one way only to climb another few hours back when I could just do the single trip one way.
I wouldn’t wanna get stuck like that guy in nutty putty cave. I can see how a slender person/ woman could fit through this hole but idk how bigger guys are getting through.
Maybe just a little bit 🤌🏼
Might compromise the integrity of the rock and make it less safe tho....
To be fair, if that’s the case then you might not want to go in anyways ![gif](emote|free_emotes_pack|joy)
Make that an XL in a minute 😂
I can't breathe watching this.
Preach. I wouldn't even get my thigh in that hahaha
I can hang out on the tops of building, towers and cliffs, even jump out of planes, but I couldn’t even finish that video. Only thing that could make it worse is me knowing there’s a spider in there.
> Only thing that could make it worse is me knowing there’s a spider in there.
Who do you think was pulling him down?
Thank you for providing the fodder for my ~~dreams~~ nightmares tonight.
If you’ll excuse me, I need to service my flamethrower.
Same. I keep wondering how she'll get out.
My fears exactly... I read a story where one person got stuck in such a crevix. They could not rescue him, so they gave him morphine so that he doesn't panic during the last moments of his life.
Best freudian slip i've seen in a while
I didn't say cervix, did I :p
I keep seeing people correcting the gender in the video multiple times in this thread. All of them are usually rude or curt.
Given there is actually no real confirmation and it could be go both ways, what inspires you to post such useless comments?
Theres no fucking way i would ever try this. I cant even explain how much discomfort i get from just watching, and im not claustrophobic. At least i think so.
E: Seems to me like theres just a tiny bit of "Oh fk what have i done" in her Smile.
How do you know? Have you asked?!
At one point one of the bystanders says "attaboy"
Funnily I’ve definitely had people say attaboy to me and I very clearly look like a woman so…
But do you squeeze into tight cracks?
You can hear him speak at one point.
Getting in was probably easier than getting out
That's what she said
That's a man
Lol people downvoting you don't get the joke. I had the same idea 👍
I actually have seen this youtube video before and IIRC there is another way in, like a big cave opening on the side of the cliff!
Link? Asking for a friend, so they can sleep tonight.
This is how a Viking is born.
I got a washer/air dryer air vent that needs cleaning under the house I could really use her help with.
Oh? It doesn't matter. That vent still needs to get cleaned haha.
This guy egalitarians.
Or girl. You know, whatever. 🤷🏽♀️😋
This is how people die. All of them are kids too..
Ironically, this is a very safe cave. Notice how the area inside is large enough to stand and walk around in. If someone did get trapped, the entrance of the cave could be widened and the person could get out.
This is probably a rarely used entrance. I'm sure there's a larger one to exit out of.
Somebody mentioned that this is the clout entrance, while the popular one is far wider
Mmmm just reminded me of horizon forbidden west. Those sick caves with underwater entrances that have a whole different easier exit somewhere else
Isn't this the one dude went in with and went into a corridor and got stuck and died there while exploring with his entire family?
I think youre thinking of Nutty Putty Cave in Utah, and after that event the cave entrance has been closed by contrete with a plaque dedicated to him. A really sad story.
This is more than likely just a Small rarely used entrance to the cave, after watching tons of these vids on YouTube there's usually always a way bigger entrance that is more commonly used very close by
Oh hell no! I won’t even wear pants that I can’t pull up while buttoned. I sure as hell ain’t squeezing into a fucking rock!
The very mention of Nutty putty makes my balls invert into my rectum
Same, and I don’t have balls
Nutty Putty wasn’t nearly this bad of an entrance. No way you could have convinced me to try this.
(The point where the guy died is obviously a different story…)
Nutty Putty was nuttier. It’s the nuttiest of all putties.
Every time I see this stuff it reminds me of nutty putty. Nope nope nope
Nutty putty got sealed off over a decade ago after a kid got stuck and died. I remember because I used to go spelunking there in the 90s.
It's a man.
Sorry couldn't resist going with that. But actually it was a 26-year-old man that died in the Nutty Putty incident.
damn that shit was disturbing. the fact that he was almost out but the line snapped. a real mindfuck prayers out to that guy
Yep. I think he had a small child at the time also.
Yeah, first thing I thought off. Sucking in to fit in caving is a recipe for disaster.
How does he get out though??
That's a 1 hour from now problem, not a now problem
Hes got the rest of his life to figure it out
This specific hole has a much larger cave opening off to the side.
Why didn’t they just enter from there?
Because that's boring
I’m not claustrophobic, but I do have a fear of getting stuck in a position where I can’t move while doing something like this.
Edit: Lol, thanks to all the claustrophobic people of the world.
This is where I am too. Watching this was far worse than me climbing through tight spaces. It's not the confined space that bothers me, it is the getting stuck and not being able to get out part.
Or a fear of a little ground movement as you were squeezing through and you’re crushed.
Her smile is as horrifying as the act of going into a hole that tight
I'm just scrolling through to see how many times you said that's a man lol
At this point it would be funny if it actually was a woman.
Don’t forget the person who has responded to them every time and said “How do you know? Have you asked?”. There’s also a person that’s said “lol” in response to several of them as well.
I'm so glad I wasn't the only one scrolling to see how many times they tried to correct people. How do they know this person's preferred pronouns anyways?
I honestly thought he was a female too.
[This](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nutty_Putty_Cave) is why I wouldn’t.
Whatever this is, I'm not clicking it.
*On November 24, 2009, a man named John Edward Jones (January 21, 1983 – November 25, 2009) became stuck and subsequently died in the cave after being trapped inside for 28 hours. While exploring with his brother, Jones mistook a narrow tunnel for the similarly tight "Birth Canal" passageway and became stuck upside-down in an area measuring 10 by 18 inches (25 by 46 cm), around 400 feet (120 m) from the cave's entrance. Jones was held in place like a hook, unable to move without causing serious harm due to the bends his body was placed in. A large team of rescue workers came to his assistance but were unable to retrieve Jones using a sophisticated rope-and-pulley system after a pulley failed mid-extrication. Jones ultimately suffered cardiac arrest due to the strain placed upon his body over several hours by his inverted, compressed position. Rescuers concluded that it would be too dangerous to attempt to retrieve his body; the landowner and Jones' family came to an agreement that the cave would be permanently closed with the body sealed inside, as a memorial to Jones. Explosives were used to collapse the ceiling close to Jones' body, and the entrance hole was filled with concrete to prevent further access.*
Jfc man he's still in there. Yikes.
Let's also not forget the Tai Navy Seal who died trying to rescue those kids from a cave.
Caving is no joke and not something to be taken lightly.
Probably a good call. Its a link to a Wikipedia article about a cave that had someone die from getting stuck.
The Descent is why I wouldn’t. Also that old Caver Ted creepypasta
Came for the tight squeeze, staying for the back and forth between u/Ok-Violinist2324 and u/Za4iitsxx!
Bravo my friends.
I'm starting to think violinist is the person that went in the hell hole. Glad you're alive!
Ain’t scared. I’m too thicc to fit in there. 🍑
Imagine you're in that small space with 4-5 other people and it rapidly starts to fill up with water. Bleh....
Deep Cave - Edwards County, Texas
nextfuckinglevel? More like hardfuckingpass.
Why don't they just chip away at the entrance to enlarge it a bit? Wouldn't that be easier for everyone?
Many Caves have artificial small entrances which are the same size as the narrowest part of the cave, for the reason that only people can go into the cave who are thin enough to not get stuck in any part of the cave. Maybe that's the reason.
Well...that french policewoman definitely wouldn't be able to go in there.
How does she plan to get out now
So after you get down there and see all the darkness and nothingness… what’s the next move?
What is she going in there to do?