I got kneed in the stomach by the school bully, for no apparent reason as he was walking by, but I was lucky. He took another kid, flipped him over his shoulder and slammed him to the ground on his back. That kid was permanently injured and never walked again with out crutches. I’ll never forget the bullies last name really fit him it was looney.
I know I haven’t been around much, and for that I’m sorry. But I’m not going to talk about that just now.
For the moment, I just wanted to inform everyone that Slutpet is currently laying on the bed, blindfolded, dressed like a slut, and freshly-fucked (although he did not come, just me) in the (new) dungeon waiting for me to return, and I am eating a bowl of ice cream and browsing tumblr in the living room. That is all.
I am getting my first corgi puppy in 2 weeks for Christmas, and I was just wondering how it may interact with my cat. My cat isnt the most friendly to other cats and has never met a dog before. How should I go about keeping the puppy safe but warming them up to each other?
(Young Corgis are quite frisky, which is bad for balancing and likely a problem with cats, but Corgis are also very smart! I am sure your puppy will quickly learn to live with the cat. Take it slowly so that the cat is not stressed, as well.
The most awkward species for a Corgi to encounter is the FOX. Foxes believe that Pembroke Welsh Corgis are huge, muscular foxes who have utterly mastered hunting and foraging. They will follow a Corgi around and worship him.)
“D/s, M/s is not just about Sex. It’s about mutual honor, respect, trust, surrender and the Power Exchange.”
“Don’t practice this beautiful art form if your only in it for the sex; it is meant to be the beauty of two people who share the same love of the Power Exchange. Done correctly between those who share the bond, it can be magnificently mutually satisfying. Physically, emotionally and spiritually”—