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Where does the word tombstone originate from?
As long as you keep their head above your knees, it won't hurt them.
# Using your weak hand, grab the opponent's shoulder/neck parallel to yours. # With your opposite hand, grab their leg opposite to the shoulder you grabbed. # Lift …them by spinning their leg counter-clockwise(for right-handed people) or clockwise(for left) and spin their upper body at the same time. # While they are upside down(or nearly upside down), lay them on your strong hand's shoulder so that their head is pointing to where your front is facing. # Lower them down so they are upside down with your arms around their waist or hips(make it so their head is just above and between your knees, so that their head doesn't collide with the floor:(Doing so will cause paralysis). # Drop to your knees so that their head doesn't smash down on the ground:(Doing so will cause paralysis). After that, release opponent smoothly for a pin. # Jumping is optional to maximize damage.
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The answer is by his own instruction.
Its very simple. Lift your oppent up to the tombstone positon. Next, make sure that you are holding your oppent high up because when you go down your knees hit the ground not …their head.So there is no way they can get hurt by doing it this way!
Ed Schieffelin discovered Tombstone in 1879
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the grim reaper... lol
The word "origin" is derived from the French word "origin" and the Latin word "originem," both of which mean, beginning, descent, birth, and rise.
There are actually two thombstones on Elvis's grave. One placed by his family and one placed by his friends. A link is provided below to the inscriptions.
I used to do it, A Monumental Mason does it in the UK