What a forward old man David was, to be sure.
It’s the best kind.
|Impressive she became so good at it, if she was a late developer.
|She’s just trying to build trust.
They always make sure that their New Year resolutions are kept.
|It’s odd, because generally she prefers to be asked for her approval for everything I do.
|Now this one’s just putting on a show of indifference to suit the ‘callous uncaring domme’ persona. Inside, she’s a swirling mess of worry that licking up cow shit might make you horribly ill, but she is concealing it – true professional that she is.
|She does teasing and denial play too. That’s when you pay her and fuck off, frustrated and lonely. It’s only very subtly different from the findomme variant, to be honest.
|Happiest day of your life, boy. Remember that.
|Looks like she has stuff lying around the house she doesn’t need or want any more. Many people do, at this time of year. Best to just take the bold decision to throw it out, rather than leave it cluttering the place up. She won’t regret it.
|C’mon, give it a chance. She wore the red dress for you, after all.
|Oh well, so much for that day out.
|This could turn into a vicious spiral.
|Girls can play so rough….
|If it helps you bear the discomfort, today’s actually the best day because from tomorrow there’ll be sand in it too. Not deliberately, but you know how it gets everywhere.
|She’s not going to bother asking him what he thinks his biggest flaw is. Anyway, that’s for her to decide.
|Her eyes are up there. And they’re looking into your soul.
|You can see yourself out.
Not enough couples do that.
|As you can see, she takes quite an old-fashioned approach to discipline. Most wives these days just use the app.
|She can put it with all the other things waiting for him in their honeymoon suite.
|I hope she learns an important lesson about bullying. Or a few new techniques, anyway.
|How very tiresome.
So… to celebrate 10 years of ruining otherwise lovely images of ladies, by sticking witless captions on them (but never, ever overlapping the ladies themselves – that’s a rule) I will be putting up some of my favourites over the next few days. Yes: we celebrate 10 years by putting up repeats that you’ve already seen…
Today: some of my favourite images I have posted, selected without worrying too much about whether the captions are any good or not. Some are, some aren’t: but occasionally the pictures are so perfect that they have to be captioned even if I don’t have any particularly good ideas.
|I just like their expressions.|
like their expressions too. If they aren’t saying something hurtful
and humiliating, and enjoying it as much as they appear to be, well they
damn well should be, that’s all.
again, although here the likelihood that they were actually saying
something hurtful and humiliating is perhaps a little higher.
|Again, it’s the look.|
|Her expression… and the general situation. Four of them… face it, you are going to be way out of your depth, even if the two at the back are more interested in each other than in you.|
hard to say what it is I like about this photo. Maybe the framing, or
the perspective? It’s probably some kind of technical
photographological stuff like that, anyway. Definitely probably
something like that.
Jenna Coleman, on a break during filming Dr Who, I believe. We need
more pictures of beautiful actresses dressed as Victorian governesses.
|I occasionally feature male dominants or others into heavy, macho S&M gear here – usually dressed something like this.|
And, of course…
|So true, so true. And I have many pictures of her.|
Lots of men don’t realise that ‘mere’ words can cause pain. There are words that I have spoken on occasion that have led to quite astonishing amounts of pain, sometimes almost immediately.
|When they next see Trevor, I expect they can ask him how the special effects wizards manage to make the torture and murder look so realistic.|
|Thank goodness all that’s behind me.|
|Poor thing. I expect he has no idea how much pain she’s been going through, the heartless bastard.|
|Yeah ‘trodden’. It is a ridiculous language, actually. Perhaps Gal could give me a few Hebrew lessons. I’m sure I’d be a very conscientious student.|