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Mich the Tester
19th March 2009, 16:01
I'm sure if you ask nicely, Cailin Maith will give you a spank in here. Single file, no queue bargeing now.

Assume the required position :moon: and wait your turn.

cailin maith
19th March 2009, 16:06
I'm afraid the paddle has been retired.

You lot have given me repetative strain injury.

Svalbaard
19th March 2009, 16:13
I'm afraid the paddle has been retired.

You lot have given me repetative strain injury.

Darn it. I needs a good spankin' as well!!!

Board Game Geek
19th March 2009, 16:18
CM, you need to vary the implements and change the rhythm and pace.

This will prevent your hands and arms from getting tired, and more importantly, keep the sub guessing as to what is coming next.

Build up slow and steady, vary the strokes, add a few suprises, and you'll have the sub blissed out on endorphin release and wandering in their own subspace in no time.

Ruprect
19th March 2009, 16:32
:tongue :moon: :music: :smokin :cool:

Diver
19th March 2009, 16:34
CM, you need to vary the implements and change the rhythm and pace.

This will prevent your hands and arms from getting tired, and more importantly, keep the sub guessing as to what is coming next.

Build up slow and steady, vary the strokes, add a few suprises, and you'll have the sub blissed out on endorphin release and wandering in their own subspace in no time.

Erk!

You really really need to get out more BGG!

Board Game Geek
19th March 2009, 16:39
Diver posted : You really really need to get out more BGG!

I did ! That's where I learned all this sort of practical stuff.

Diver
19th March 2009, 16:40
I did ! That's where I learned all this sort of practical stuff.

:rollin::rollin::rollin:

Rookie
19th March 2009, 16:43
I did ! That's where I learned all this sort of practical stuff.

Ahhhh! So that's why you are Board Game Geek? It all makes sense now.

Board Game Geek
19th March 2009, 16:55
Posted by Rookie : Ahhhh! So that's why you are Board Game Geek? It all makes sense now.

I never twigged until you mentioned it !

Good observation !

Right ho, who's up for some extreme water-boarding fun then ?

My rates are quite reasonable.

cailin maith
19th March 2009, 17:24
CM, you need to vary the implements and change the rhythm and pace.

This will prevent your hands and arms from getting tired, and more importantly, keep the sub guessing as to what is coming next.

Build up slow and steady, vary the strokes, add a few suprises, and you'll have the sub blissed out on endorphin release and wandering in their own subspace in no time.

Sometimes you scare me BGG :eyes

Churchill
19th March 2009, 17:27
Sometimes you scare me BGG :eyes

I hope you're picking up a few pointers...:moon:

EternalOptimist
19th March 2009, 17:28
Sometimes you scare me BGG :eyes

it is a bit scary.

what is totally scary is that there are loads of people who love being on the receiving end:eek:

very very weird




:rolleyes:

cailin maith
19th March 2009, 17:29
it is a bit scary.

what is totally scary is that there are loads of people who love being on the receiving end:eek:

very very weird




:rolleyes:

Nah, actually doing it isn't the issue. But I just assumed you gave a few whacks on the ass and that was the end of it. There is a lot more to it than that. Clearly it's an art form :tongue

EternalOptimist
19th March 2009, 17:34
Nah, actually doing it isn't the issue. But I just assumed you gave a few whacks on the ass and that was the end of it. There is a lot more to it than that. Clearly it's an art form :tongue

<cough>
what I meant was, despite the fact that there is an art, there are a load of people who actually like the pain


thats what I meant by weird

<un cough>


:rolleyes:

cailin maith
19th March 2009, 17:37
<cough>
what I meant was, despite the fact that there is an art, there are a load of people who actually like the pain


thats what I meant by weird

<un cough>


:rolleyes:

But sometimes pain is good, like when you get a tattoo... thats good pain.

EternalOptimist
19th March 2009, 17:39
But sometimes pain is good, like when you get a tattoo... thats good pain.


we have to meet.

bring your own handcuffs

cailin maith
19th March 2009, 17:42
we have to meet.

bring your own handcuffs

:laugh

Board Game Geek
19th March 2009, 18:15
To the casual observer, yes it can look quite frightening, especially when you see the plethora of equipment involved.

However, that is merely a mean unto an end.

Also, it's a fallacy to say "weird, people like the pain."

In and of itself, the pain is not what they like, it's what the pain "does" to their body.

That's the secret, the skill and the art (though art can sound somewhat pretentious).

Now for the science bit.

The body's response to pain is to release endorphins.

Endorphins are endogenous opioid polypeptide compounds. They are produced by the pituitary gland and the hypothalamus in vertebrates during strenuous exercise, excitement, pain, and orgasm, and they resemble the opiates in their abilities to produce analgesia and a sense of well-being.

Endorphins work as "natural pain relievers", whose effects may be enhanced by other medications.

By skilful application of pain, interspersed with caresses, kisses, reassuring touches, you basically overload the subject's body with endorphins.

When I say "overload", I really do mean "overload".

The body translates the pain signals and releases increasing amounts of endorphins in to the body, until the body is saturated.

This is basically the equivalent of a totally natural opiate high, without the drawbacks.

The subject will enter a blissful state (imagine having an after orgasm "glow" that goes off the scale, and also persists for anywhere between 30 mins to a few days afterwards. That's a close description.

That period is known as "sub space" (submissive space).

I've talked to various "Masters" (male) or "Doms" (female) and watched them at work, and it's a very intense process.

Again, to the casual observer, it just looks like they are whacking someone with a whip or paddle or whatever.

It goes so much deeper than that.

The Master or Dom is responsible for the total safety of the Sub, and the Sub's physical and mental state of mind is of paramount importance.

Hence, a skilled Master or Dom will pay clinical levels of attention to the Sub's breathing, muscle relaxation, physical clues as to their state, and so on, in order to "build up" the release of endorphins.

For anyone interested, the best place to start is to find a well-established club in the "scene" and if brave enough, approach a Dungeon Master or Dom who will gently introduce you.

Alternatively, anyone may feel free to PM and all replies will be in strictest confidence.

Churchill
19th March 2009, 18:23
This is basically the equivalent of a totally natural opiate high, without the drawbacks.

I beg to differ, the release of endorphins can be addictive.

EternalOptimist
19th March 2009, 18:32
of course it's weird you idiot.


Some people enjoy pain - weird
it's weird to me. when i say its weird, i mean its weird from my point of view.

I am allowed a POV.

Board Game Geek
19th March 2009, 19:08
Apologies EO, I didn't mean to directly or indirectly imply that you were stupid for saying "thats what I meant by weird", and if I have caused offence then I do apologise. You can whip me later if you like :-)

What I was trying to say, but failing miserably was that it is easy for people in general to see something and not understand it, and hence brand it "weird".

Whilst that may be a valid POV, it does not do the subject matter justice, and could convey to others that the act in question is somehow wrong.

I'll hold my hand up and say at first, I thought it was weird as well. Bloody weird infact. I mean, who likes pain FFS ? Barmy nutters...

So I decided to challenge my perceptions and visit a club, mingle with the players, ask questions (at appropriate times of course) and see if I could fathom it out.

When it was explained to me, by various sources, rather than just one opinion, I started to "get it" and realise what it was all about.

Now that I am more involved in the scene, a year on, I suppose I take it for granted (though I do appreciate how it can seem weird)

Now, those body-modders...that's REALLY weird...

Which just goes to prove, no matter how much I try to challenge myself and open up to new experiences, there are some things which I instinctively perceive as weird. Mea Culpea. I'm guilty too I guess.

So, having just accused myself of hyprocisy (sp?), I guess I need to examine body-modding more closely and challenge/change my POV.

Churchy : Ok, yes, I'll concede that for some people with addictive personalities, endorphin release might be addictive. These people may have other addictions, or none at all apart from endorphins. That's the nature of addiction I guess. Not everyone who likes a bit of play is addicted, in the same way that not everyone who likes beer is an alkie.

But I know that wasn't your point. You were just correcting my omission, and thank you.

BrilloPad
19th March 2009, 19:09
I once setup a website for a dominatrix.....

Churchill
19th March 2009, 19:18
I once setup a website for a dominatrix.....

How much did you pay her?

BrilloPad
19th March 2009, 19:20
How much did you pay her?

:laugh

I modelled for one of the photos! Mrs BP used lipstick to create cane marks!

The site has been taken down now..........

EternalOptimist
19th March 2009, 19:29
listen up hot-shots

if you meet a bird and she asks you to beat her like a gong,
thats weird.
you might be peeing on the ceiling for a month or so, but please.. accept the basic weirdness of the situation.

if you meet a bird and you ask HER to beat you like a gong....put your brain care specialist on danger money




:rolleyes:

cailin maith
19th March 2009, 19:31
listen up hot-shots

if you meet a bird and she asks you to beat her like a gong,
thats weird.
you might be peeing on the ceiling for a month or so, but please.. accept the basic weirdness of the situation.

if you meet a bird and you ask HER to beat you like a gong....put your brain care specialist on danger money




:rolleyes:

:laugh :rollin: :laugh

EO - you really do make me laugh!!

EternalOptimist
19th March 2009, 19:33
:laugh :rollin: :laugh

EO - you really do make me laugh!!

dearie

you wont be laughing when I get the clothes pegs out


<evil laugh>

cailin maith
19th March 2009, 19:38
dearie

you wont be laughing when I get the clothes pegs out


<evil laugh>

Yikes.... :eek :eek

TheFaQQer
19th March 2009, 19:43
dearie

you wont be laughing when I get the clothes pegs out


<evil laugh>

:spel bulldog clips

cailin maith
19th March 2009, 19:44
:spel bulldog clips

Ouch..... Jesus Christ. Even thinking about that is making my eyes water!!

TheFaQQer
19th March 2009, 19:49
I just assumed you gave a few whacks on the ass and that was the end of it.

How naive.

cailin maith
19th March 2009, 20:13
How naive.

Shut up, you didn't know all that either :p

TheFaQQer
19th March 2009, 20:25
Shut up, you didn't know all that either :p

That's what you think. I could teach you a thing or too, my dear...

TheFaQQer
19th March 2009, 20:26
Crocodile Clips!

And a 240v supply?

BrilloPad
19th March 2009, 21:22
Nah, actually doing it isn't the issue. But I just assumed you gave a few whacks on the ass and that was the end of it. There is a lot more to it than that. Clearly it's an art form :tongue

Further : there are some who act out this sort of thing on a 24/7 basis! :freaky:

d000hg
19th March 2009, 21:27
Now, those body-modders...that's REALLY weird...

Which just goes to prove, no matter how much I try to challenge myself and open up to new experiences, there are some things which I instinctively perceive as weird. Mea Culpea. I'm guilty too I guess.

So, having just accused myself of hyprocisy (sp?), I guess I need to examine body-modding more closely and challenge/change my POV.Why exactly? Why not accept you find things weird and leave it at that like everyone else does?

Board Game Geek
19th March 2009, 21:57
dooohg posted : Why exactly? Why not accept you find things weird and leave it at that like everyone else does?

Because I believe that by challenging my own preconceptions, I can overcome and learn something, rather than wallow in my own ignorance.

fckvwls
19th March 2009, 22:00
Because I believe that by challenging my own preconceptions, I can overcome and learn something, rather than wallow in my own ignorance.

A fine philosophy to have imo. What other means do we have of really learning/experiencing new things unless we challenge ourselves in all areas of life?

TykeMerc
19th March 2009, 22:49
But sometimes pain is good, like when you get a tattoo... thats good pain.

Now I find that weird.

I loathe needles
With almost no exception I find tattoo's unpleasant to look at and downright unsightly in many cases
They're an almost indelible fashion statement
Skin changes over time so they stop looking "cool" even if you found them attractive in the first place
This is possibly a product of my upbringing, tattoo's look rather low brow and common to me
An awful lot of people have had them done in the last decade or two so any novelty factor is long gone
They hurt (quite a lot I'm informed)I can vaguely understand people voluntarily accepting pain as exercise is a common cause and I've had my fair share of sporting injuries, but tattoo's utterly confuse me.

cojak
20th March 2009, 08:23
To the casual observer, yes it can look quite frightening, especially when you see the plethora of equipment involved.

However, that is merely a mean unto an end.

Also, it's a fallacy to say "weird, people like the pain."

In and of itself, the pain is not what they like, it's what the pain "does" to their body.

That's the secret, the skill and the art (though art can sound somewhat pretentious).



Oh yes. It's quite entertaining what you can do with a good hair brush and a feather boa.... :D

cojak
20th March 2009, 08:30
although a common or garden bamboo cane (whipped at one it for grip) is my preferred instrument.

It makes a good sound that doesn't equate to serious injuries (but the welts do look impressive...).

Rookie
20th March 2009, 08:37
Oh yes. It's quite entertaining what you can do with a good hair brush and a feather boa.... :D

What's that Cojak? Pretend that you're Freddie Mercury?

BrilloPad
20th March 2009, 09:08
although a common or garden bamboo cane (whipped at one it for grip) is my preferred instrument.

It makes a good sound that doesn't equate to serious injuries (but the welts do look impressive...).

garden cane is very bad idea : it can split and cause injury. its the same with cheap canes. the dominatrix I knew had her canes imported from the states and were very expensive......

Drewster
20th March 2009, 09:17
What's that Cojak? Pretend that you're Freddie Mercury?

:yay::yay::yay::yay:

Thanks Rookie - That has made my week!

Post of the tuliping epoch!!!!

cojak
20th March 2009, 09:19
garden cane is very bad idea : it can split and cause injury. its the same with cheap canes. the dominatrix I knew had her canes imported from the states and were very expensive......

I obviously don't use them as hard as some - but will bear the warning in mind - ta BP! :happy

PS - any idea where she got them from?

Rookie
20th March 2009, 09:19
garden cane is very bad idea : it can split and cause injury. its the same with cheap canes. the dominatrix I knew had her canes imported from the states and were very expensive......

Jeez BP. How hard to you have to whack someone before you split a garden cane? Are you sure that this really was a dominatrix or some guard at Guantanamo?

cailin maith
20th March 2009, 09:20
Now I find that weird.

I loathe needles
With almost no exception I find tattoo's unpleasant to look at and downright unsightly in many cases
They're an almost indelible fashion statement
Skin changes over time so they stop looking "cool" even if you found them attractive in the first place
This is possibly a product of my upbringing, tattoo's look rather low brow and common to me
An awful lot of people have had them done in the last decade or two so any novelty factor is long gone
They hurt (quite a lot I'm informed)I can vaguely understand people voluntarily accepting pain as exercise is a common cause and I've had my fair share of sporting injuries, but tattoo's utterly confuse me.

Ok...

* So do I.. but it doesn't look like a needle (not in an injection sense)
* whatever floats your boat
* They are personal
* True but again it's a personal choice to have them done
* You have no idea of my "upbringing" or indeed any other person who may or may not have a tatoo and to comment like that is quite rude -and to some an indication of upbrining.
* Again, in your opinion
* They do hurt, but not an awful lot. I've had worse sporting injuries.

cojak
20th March 2009, 09:22
My belly button piercing hurt more than my tattoo...

Rookie
20th March 2009, 09:25
:yay::yay::yay::yay:

Thanks Rookie - That has made my week!

Post of the tuliping epoch!!!!

Thanks D, but seriously, wrong thread. You want the CUK Compliments Thread.

cailin maith
20th March 2009, 09:25
My belly button piercing hurt more than my tattoo...

Mine too - it was horrific and I took it out after about a week cos it hurt so bad...

oracleslave
20th March 2009, 10:02
Now I find that weird.
I loathe needles
With almost no exception I find tattoo's unpleasant to look at and downright unsightly in many cases
They're an almost indelible fashion statement
Skin changes over time so they stop looking "cool" even if you found them attractive in the first place
This is possibly a product of my upbringing, tattoo's look rather low brow and common to me
An awful lot of people have had them done in the last decade or two so any novelty factor is long gone
They hurt (quite a lot I'm informed)

WHS

EternalOptimist
20th March 2009, 10:14
There was a bozo in Llanelli who died coz she had so many piercings.

Sad really.

Spartacus too.

mind you, he was hammered at the time




igmc

:rolleyes:

TheFaQQer
21st March 2009, 11:25
Oh I'll never forget how we met, dear
On that specialist site on the net, dear
Where you taught me the uses
For handcuffs and nooses
And we danced to the masochism tango.

Oh you used to bring home those pipe cleaners
And stick half a dozen up my penis
Then wrapped me in chains
Plugged me into the mains
And we danced to the masochism tango.

Each summers day
We'd go outside and play
A morning of croquet
And you'd brain me with the mallet.
I cooked you meals
OF freshly slaughtered veals
And shards of stainless steels
That got lodged in your pallette.

Oh the weights that you hung from my foreskin
And the places you inserted corks in
And the time that your trainers
Got lodged in my anus
We danced to the masochism tango.

You wore that dress
Made of barbed wire mesh
That tore into your flesh
Which ever way you moved.
It left me scarred.
It made me bleed so hard
The late Marquis de Sade
Most surely would have approved.

Oh we drank from the cup of depravity
Then you shoved the cup into my cavity.
Wedged a fork in my head
Wanked me off till I bled
And we danced to the masochism tango.

You sang me love songs so tender
Stuck my cock in the blender
And we danced to the masochism tango.

OwlHoot
21st March 2009, 13:04
There was a bozo in Llanelli who died coz she had so many piercings.

Sad really.

Wasn't that in the news a while back? She went skating on a frozen pond and, forgetting how heavy they all were, fell through the ice and drowned. Tragic.

Or am I thinking of someone else? :rolleyes:

SantaClaus
21st March 2009, 23:06
garden cane is very bad idea : it can split and cause injury. its the same with cheap canes. the dominatrix I knew had her canes imported from the states and were very expensive......

Brillo, now I know why you couldn't sit down for too long at Client Co. :laugh

BrilloPad
22nd March 2009, 08:33
Brillo, now I know why you couldn't sit down for too long at Client Co. :laugh

:laugh

Chasing after the users was just an excuse!