Chinese water torture

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Chinese water torture, otherwise known as dripping, is a form of water torture that involves the slow dripping of water onto the head of a victim.

In this practice, a victim is likely to be restrained in a sitting position while water is slowly dripped from a higher position onto them. This activity can last for an extended period of time and is often used in an interrogation scene.

Although not a hugely painful activity, this kind of play is quite psychological in type as the dripping of water is said to drive the victim insane.

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