“I wear the chain I forged in life,” replied the Ghost.

“I made it link by link, and yard by yard; I girded it on of my own free will, and of my own free will I wore it.”

A typically uplifting sentence from Mr Dickens there. Actually, I have been developing my own version of his classic tale. Titled ‘A Findomme Carol’, it has a similar story arc but the heroine, Princess Screw-you, isn’t such a soft touch as Dickens’s Scrooge. Like his tale, though, it has a happy ending, celebrating the true meaning of Christmas, which as we all know is ‘getting’.

But for this year, ho ho ho, it’s just a few captions with a rather tenuous and even desperate link to the holiday season. Bah humbug.

…and as it’s Christmas, here’s a bonus image, from the series OWK Ladies remember

4 thoughts on ““I wear the chain I forged in life,” replied the Ghost.”

  1. Yes indeed Señor Servitor.
    Alpha men discipline their urges and use that masculine energy to accomplish things and to honor and serve women in a manly way.
    Beta men are slaves to their urges. Women treat them with contempt as you show.
    In old country men treated women with disrespect. In new country us guys from old country say: “find a cold woman and be miserable; find a warm women and be in bliss”.
    Merry Christmas
    Feliz Navidad

  2. My woman, who fully knows her overwhelming feminine powers, put me in a heavenly trance for Christmas!!

  3. The best for everyone on Boxing Day. We continue to praise “Real” women which are somewhat hard to find nowadays.

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