The Things You Find – Harry Potter BDSM

Harry Potter Graphic
Via TheRooster.com – Harry Potter words describing BDSM actions seems to be thriving in Colorado (2018) as a kind of code for BDSM to be brought up in conversation:

Muggles – People who have tame non-kinky sex (Vanilla)

Wizards – Dominants

witches – submissives

Wand – Sex Toy

Azkaban – Sex Dungeon

Aguamenti – When you’re super wet.

Gillyweed – When you go down on someone for a long time and need that extra lung capacity.

Death Eater – A rimjob.

Longbottom – Ass play.

Unicorns – Swingers or a bi-girl who is down for threesomes.

The Dark Mark – A spanking.

Ravenclaw – Mindfuck play.

Scourgify – Commanding a sub to clean up after sex.

Following that theme – we can bring in some BDSM objects to show your Harry Potter House Loyalties:

Harry Potter Colors

For Rope Bondage:

Harry Potter Bondage Rope Colors

For Discipline – Leather Floggers:

Harry Potter House Long Flogger

Time to breakout your Harry Potter Lingerie!


WORDSMITH

d.
You are better at expressing your emotions and that does allow you to let off steam. 
But I am worried about you because there was a hint of bitterness in the last message.
….
With Love,
YM
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List of Words for Feelings
Resentful
adjective
feeling or expressing bitterness or indignation at having been treated unfairly.
Bitter
adjective
(of people or their feelings or behavior) angry, hurt, or resentful because of one’s bad experiences or a sense of unjust treatment.
 
M.
I haven’t been treated badly by most people, so I don’t think bitter or resentful describes me.
 
I thought I was more:
Tired
adjective
(especially of a statement or idea) boring or uninteresting because overfamiliar.
or as a verb
 
Tire
verb
exhaust the patience or interest of; bore.
Weary
adjective
reluctant to see or experience any more of; tired of.
That’s not quite right either.
Maybe,
 
Discontented
adjective
dissatisfied, especially with one’s circumstances.
Enervating
adjective
causing one to feel drained of energy or vitality.
I cannot find the word to describe where I am…
Well, if you think me on the edge of bitter — maybe I can be bittersweet chocolate 🙂
(life gives you lemons, make lemonade)
M’s reply below:

d.
You are not bitter. That’s not you.
But yes, you seem really tired.

 YM
Sent from Mobile Mail
I’m staying with enervated, but do you have a word that might work for me?