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The good, the bad, and the kinky

The Good:

Back in Florida, finally. No more 20-degree weather!

On the plane ride back, i sat next to a man who works in the field of injection molding. We talked about doing a production run of Symphony cases by injection molding, which could end up saving rather a lot of money. And to think I don't believe in fate...

Spending a quiet and intimate New Year's with kellyannc, Shelly, serolynne, and a handful of other close friends.

Thursday, I get to see an old friend from Seattle I haven't seen in almost seven years.

Saturday, leaving with Shelly for San Francisco!

The Bad:

Stuffy head, headache...please, God, let it be allergies, not an oncoming cold.

The Kinky:

A certain girlfriend who shall remain nameless for the moment has been very, very bad in my absence. Not only has she failed to complete the assignment I left for her while I was away, but she has also had an unauthorized orgasm as well.

So now she needs to be disciplined. It's unfortunate, but this sort of disobedience can't be allowed to slide. Clearly, she needs to be punished severely or she will continue this behavior. I may post more on this matter later.


Jan. 2nd, 2003 02:44 pm (UTC)
Oh, no, I had something much worse than that in mind. Perhaps long and vigorous application of a crop, followed by extended periods of sexual torment to the point of desperation, with no possibility of climax...

And then comes the good bits! ;)
Jan. 3rd, 2003 12:56 am (UTC)
ah! What is a crop?

So, does the "excitement" of a punishment sometimes make people to break promises? But I guess if it happened too many times the trust will be broken and the relationship down the drain.

Jan. 11th, 2003 05:46 pm (UTC)
A crop is a long, thin, flexible rod, usually wrapped in leather. Imagine being hit by a switch or something like a fiberglass fishing pole (minus the rings, of course), and you'll have the idea. :)

The excitement of an erotic punishment is very much a contextual thing. It doesn't lead to breaking everyday, prosaic promises because there is usually a clear distinction between when you are "doing" BDSM and when you're not. It's like a game, even among those who say it's NOT a game--part of the game lies in not acknowledging that's what it is.
Jan. 13th, 2003 05:51 am (UTC)
Never seen any of that crop, fishing pole, switch stuff..so no idea. But yeah, it sounds like fun.

So, BDSM is a game and people "switch" to BDSM "mood" whenever they want to have play?