Waiting for the REAL fighting to start.
Owen: Really.....don't ride that rim flat, dude.
Fully deflate your punctured tubbie, that way you can get the WHOLE pitstop/stans into the tyre in 1 go. <- do that. Follow it up with a CO2 and
1.orientate the hole to the lowest point to aid the stans/pitstop arriving at where it needs to be then see how you go but if it's visibly still pouring out foam/slime then:
2. Use the tape you had to hold your pitstop on your bike (or if it wasn't taped to the frame, but was very velominati-like in your back pocket like it should be) find a mate with insulation tape around their spare inner tube and get that hole wrapped over nice and tight asap. Open your brake and do NOT use it as it will grab at the tape. Wait 2 mins.....dump in another CO2 if you need to and have one (riding with no mates?....become nicer and ride with mates!!!...all REAL mates carry CO2 and will donate their last one to your cause).
If you feel even 1 single bump from the road after this.....get off your bike and get on your cell phone. After your real mates stop laughing and there is silence...call your G/F, Partner, Wife, Parent or Grandparent that will give you a lift. Don't forget to replace your mates CO2's
Here endeth the sermon
Now, on other matters: Fdegrove is right re tubbies (as per usual).....the real difference for puncture resistence is in pinch-flatting ASSUMING ALL OTHER THINGS ARE EQUAL ( such as thread-count and if there is a PRB or not etc) and re Fdegrove being a bit harsh at times......after mastering Vlaams, Waloon etc he has perhaps plenty of skill in those languages in which to woo his wife but perhaps not enough to woo you in English, Git (some)....and yeah...snakebite=pinchflat due to the double pinchmarks sometimes resembling a double fanged bite as you too may have noticed.