Posted: July 23, 2021 Filed under: Accessories, D/s Relationship | Tags: BDSM, Cosplay, D/s, dievca, Dominant, flogger, Humor, ropes, submissive, wordplay
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:
For Rope Bondage:
For Discipline – Leather Floggers:
Time to breakout your Harry Potter Lingerie!
Posted: March 6, 2018 Filed under: Analysis | Tags: BDSM, D/s, description, dievca, feelings, Life, Master, submissive, wordplay, words
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.
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feeling or expressing bitterness or indignation at having been treated unfairly.
(of people or their feelings or behavior) angry, hurt, or resentful because of one’s bad experiences or a sense of unjust treatment.
I haven’t been treated badly by most people, so I don’t think bitter or resentful describes me.
I thought I was more:
(especially of a statement or idea) boring or uninteresting because overfamiliar.
or as a verb
exhaust the patience or interest of; bore.
reluctant to see or experience any more of; tired of.
That’s not quite right either.
dissatisfied, especially with one’s circumstances.
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:
You are not bitter. That’s not you.
But yes, you seem really tired.
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I’m staying with enervated, but do you have a word that might work for me?