or both, even.
|Nervous young husbands might want to check out Servitor’s old series ‘Seven Secrets of a Happy Marriage‘ which contains about 30 pieces of advice, each one of them as accurate and helpful as the title proclaiming there will be ‘seven’.
|Fake it to make it and escape it.
|Anyway, you look so cute taking little steps, with the bells hanging from your nipple clamps going jingle jingle jingle.
|If you think the client in question is behaving in a humiliating way, wanking off looking at this lovely lady but not allowed to touch her or her clothing… what does that say about what you’re doing, right now? Hmm?
|Julia? Oh… she can be a bit difficult, but, y’know: I can’t complain.
|That’s all right – plenty of time to learn.
|It’s always a bit embarrassing for professional educators to meet their students outside the classroom. That goes double for male educators meeting young female students, especially if it’s a hot day and the students’ feet are sweaty.
|Probably best just to do it. Discussions about obedience can become very repetitive.
|I think the best years of their relationship are ahead of them.
|Like many subs, I find there are limits to how much pain I can take… but none to how much I can receive.
|Frekke gutter som går av og oversetter bildeteksten under disse bildene, tar bloggen altfor seriøst.
|If he doesn’t, they can always turn their attention to the so-called ‘best man’.
|Scurry scurry scurry!
|Much like his response to the question the priest will be asking him a little later.
|I’ve occasionally asked my SO whether she’d consider putting me on obedience pills but weirdly she says she prefers an occasional bit of disobedience. Which is odd, because she always seems so cross about it… women, eh?
|Even if he sued her and won, there’d be the question of damages and I think any competent (i.e. female) lawyer would advise that those would be derisory and purely token, at best.
|It’s all part of growing up.
An odd quote. If I feared fear, I wouldn’t pay to endure it, now, would I? Anyway, anyone who really thinks there’s nothing to fear but fear itself hasn’t had a tawsing session with Miss Hunter, or been hand-smothered by Mistress Eleise de Lacey, to name just two among many ladies who can strike fear into me and have done so most delightfuly.
|Ooh – what a lovely game! I just want to rain a flurry of kisses down on her shoe in a never-ending display of adoration… and as that’s what she wants too, that’s what will happen.
|I don’t specifically remember agreeing that. If anything, I try not to think too much about the evening when we ‘discussed’ it, as it brings me out into a cold sweat. But I’m sure she’s right, she usually is. Always, come to think of it.
|Time of the month, eh? Always a bit difficult for the man of the house, especially if he’s a due a whipping anyway. As I always seem to be, during her periods, for some weird reason.
|The worst of is when they’re all sweaty and they’re grinding and pumping away and one of them looks up to discover she got bored and is watching TV. Still: best not to stop. You know how she is about these things.
|Very fair point. The unfair bit is that homosexuality’s illegal there, so not only do they force you to suck off other inmates, they give you an extra 20 years for it.
|‘Normally’? I’m normally out on the landing desperately hoping she’ll throw my trousers out after me at this point. So… new situation. Scrabble?
|I hope she moves to a lower chair.
|Actually, this is described quite clearly in Revelations. You just have to read it with the Bible held at the correct angle, in the right light. And Contemplate the Divine.
|She could well be right. Early on in our relationship, my SO visited a therapist who told her to try dealing with her feelings frustration by beating the living daylights out of me. Worked.
|You get health benefits too – mostly regular exercise and a healthy diet.
|I guess we’re both disappointed about the whole situation.
|That’s a museum ship, by the way: HMS Belfast. Worth a visit, if you’re in London, but the guns obviously can’t fire any more and all the seamen left a long time ago.
|My own car just stays locked in the garage all the time, these days. I don’t know why I bother to keep it, really.
.. is wherever she puts him.
|It did promise to love, honour and obey in sickness and in health, after all. Didn’t it?
|Fortunately teachers are allowed to remain standing in class.
|Just as long as I don’t have to swap nappies with Petie. I always hate that, don’t you?
|Women are strange. Why lie around in what is obviously sexually arousing lingerie, when I’m locked up in a spiked cage? Honestly, you’d think they’d have more sense.