took to world record-breaking in
2004 after being inspired by a record-setting rally
driver in Kenya. What began as a hobby soon escalated
into an active publicity pursuit. Today, he promotes the
work of social and environmental causes. For these
purposes, the most fitting game plans are chosen; then
world titles are attempted and frequently created.
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Furthest surface journey in a male chastity device: 4,894.6 km
This is the story behind my world record for the Furthest surface journey in a male chastity device.
This special story is that of my 100th world record attempt.
When I realized my next world record attempt would be my hundredth, well, did my mind start to spin! "What could I do, what could I do?" the silent words kept churning over in my mind. Then, with a little help from some friends, the idea sprang to mind: chastity.
My first reaction was one of uncertainty since I knew
vaguely that chastity meant sexual displeasure, but what exactly, I had no
idea of. But an evening dedicated to online research changed all that.
By early morning, having spent all my time since dusk
hunched over a laptop screen, I had to make a choice – face the risks to muscle,
or decide to undertake another event. I chose the former and vowed not to let
anyone convince me to stop. The event planning began.
When I kept thinking of tasks and for each I did, 2 or 3 seemed to replace it. But I wasn’t bothered by that trend; that’s part of routine project management. Using CouchSurfing and other websites like it, I laid out a route plan. I found out what visa regulations would apply for the border crossings along my journey, checked inter-Indonesian shipping schedules, tried to estimate mileage I’d cover per day and more.
I got most of these "guesstimates" wrong, but still, an image of an adventure was beginning to take shape.
Towards the day I'd ear-marked to depart, my work load
spiked and I only just managed to hold things together using unreliable,
slow internet connections.
If I could pick just one problem I saw along this journey and fix it in an instant, I would opt to heal Borneo’s environmental damage caused by uninformed locals and foreigners alike. And I know just the right folks to do that with me: these guys.