Play-related stress


Don’t worry, sissy, you won’t have to stay there the whole day.  Just most of the day.



Oh dear, I can never think of what to wish for in these situations…  I suppose there’s always ‘world peace’.





Her rod and staff… that’s the rod, you’re going to be be her staff.

I’m sure it’ll be a memorable honeymoon – but then, aren’t all honeymoons memorable, albeit in different ways?


More femdom stuff that’s out there and not much remarked upon: this talented chap (I’m assuming ‘chap’) draws things that are rather lovely if you’re into giantess fetish and possibly even if you are not.  He also reposts some vintage stuff which is reminiscent of the elegant and delightful Gibson Girls.

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  1. Very interesting, never seen that before. Thank you Tom.

    Sorry to hear about the absence of cake. It's funny how the roles are reversed these days. The stereotype used to be men forgetting anniversaries and women feeling slighted and getting upset, but nowadays… drop little hints about 'what a special time of year it is' and they still don't notice. Bless 'em. Maybe you'll get cake when you get to your silver or golden chastiversary, if you still have teeth to eat it?

    Best wishes


  2. I don't know how long ago I ran across the Toil site, but judging from the Geocities inspired theme, it was a while back.

    Also, I'm not saying that Mrs Edge didn't remember my… our special day. I just didn't get any cake. I did, however, get to thank her profusely for the marital bliss of the last few years.

  3. Yes Les Toil has been in "Juggs" magazine. Maybe the males are just tiny and the Women natural size. Femsup

  4. Maybe you should have provided cake, then? I made a cake for my recent anniversary. I wanted it to be a surprise, so I concealed the fact that I'd spent some of the housekeeping money on ingredients – which turned out to be a serious mistake, actually, but that's another story. Anyway, once she'd got over her initial surprise (she reacts badly to surprises – I should have anticipated that but I regained consciousness soon enough) she said the cake was quite good. Too rich for me to be allowed any, with my diet, apparently, so I had to take her word for it.

    Still, all in I think I can say it was a very special day.

    Wishing you many more years of marital bliss, one day at a time, Tom.


  5. I shall have to ask my newsagent for the latest Juggs magazine. It's not a publication I am familiar with. Does it have housekeeping tips?

    best wishes


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