Tuesday, January 23, 2018

And when force is gone, there's always Mom

Hi Mom!


She's right you know.  It's the first thing a new husband should learn: always ask permission.  Humbly.  Even when she's being an impossible girl.



Boundaries, consequences... firmness.  I was reading about it in a book about making your marriage work.  Well... I say it was about marriage. Technically, it was about dog training.  But the principles are the same.



Best years of his life.  And many, many more to come, I suspect.



I am.  They have a mission statement, you know. It's quite inspiring.  Oh... now what was it again?



Boundaries, consequences.  Didn't I tell you?



9 comments:

  1. Picture and text with 'Free Castration Centre' is the best for me in this post. Smile, soft and horror! Thank You, Servitor!

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    1. She tries to avoid the horror as much as she can. For example when she does fail one of her guests and surgical intervention is required, she doesn't tell him in advance so he'll worry or anything. The first he knows of it, is when he groggily wakes up in the middle of the night to realise the bed he's strapped onto is being wheeled briskly down the corridor.

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  2. Isn't it nice to have those boundaries makes one feel all loved, cherished and safe. Makes ones feel all sorts of electrical charges too. Great how we are all working owards the same goal. Femsup

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    1. Yes, boundaries and limits are reassuring for men. For example, I discovered a few years ago that my wife prefers me to stay within a three-meter radius of the iron ring fastened to the floor in the centre of the room that I'm in right now, and so of course I respect that.

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  3. I might try the tack of only losing one testicle. That way I could help Her get that percentage down as strictly speaking I wouldn't be castrated. Femsup

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    1. Actually, volunteers don't count towards the total. Some centres exploit that rule, by offering their 'guests' inducements, but if course she would never do that.

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  4. These are all good. And 2 about shock collars. A subject near to my, um, ...

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    1. My wife takes the view that a quick zap now and then never hurt anyone. How would she know, I've occasionally wondered, since she's never experienced the nasty thing? But I've learnt it's best not to argue.

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  5. Oh 3 metres! Lucky man. My Wife hasn't gone metric. She says that when She does 6 of the best the Imperial best (as She's very imperial) will be a metric 10. Femsup

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