TMI Tuesday: Sexy Randomness

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Mmm. Yummy.

1. Hey, how are you doing?
I’m doing just fine. Thanks for asking.

2. You are given a strong but soft to the touch (and on the skin) rope. What will you do? (pick just one). Explain your choice.
a. Throw it in the garage to use later to tie down a tarp or something.
b. Use it for indoor wall rock climbing.
c. Tie up your lover and have your way with him/her.
d. Lasso your secret crush and take them with you.
Most definitely C. Admittedly, the rope would be a mess because I know next to nothing about tying. I can tie my shoe. That’s about it. That said, he would be blindfolded so he wouldn’t be subjected to seeing the knotted abomination.

3. Tell us 3 reasons why you or anyone should masturbate.
1. Endorphins
2. Fun, fun, fun.
3. Because orgasms just the way you like ’em each and every time.

4. Would you have sex with your best friend? Have you had sex with a best friend in the past? How’d that work out–did you stay friends?
I’m not quite sure what to do with this question. Of course I have sex with my best friend. I’m flummoxed that there are people who don’t. Who are those people having sex with? Yes, I’ve had sex with my best friend in the past. How did that work out? He’s still my best friend. We’re still having sex. I’d have to say it worked out pretty well.

5. What are your top 5 reasons to break up with someone?
1. Betrayal
2. Lack of trust
3. Disrespect
4. Lack of empathy
5. Insults / Name calling

Bonus: Post an image you find erotic? What about it arouses you?
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I know what this item does. I have held its weight in my hands. Employing it makes me giggle. Any who have played with me know what the sound of my giggle means.

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How to play TMI Tuesday: Copy the above TMI Tuesday questions to your webspace (i.e., a blog). Answer the questions there, then leave a comment on the TMI blog post, so we’ll all know where to read your responses. Please don’t forget to link to tmituesdayblog from your website!

TMI Tuesday: Maintenence

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No, not these pegs.

1. When was the last time you changed your windshield wipers? Should they be changed now?
Over the Summer. They don’t need changing. They’re still functioning like new.

2. When was the last time you got a haircut or your hair ends trimmed?
It’s been years. For a very long time I was not allowed to get my hair cut. Now that I can if I so choose, my thought process is “Meh, it’s been fine all this time. Why bother?”

3. When was the last time you changed the HVAC filter in your home? Check it now.
I don’t have a forced air system. This does not apply to my house.

4. Is your car due for an oil change? When was the last time you had this done?
Nope. I had it done over the Summer and have another 1k-ish miles to go.

5. Check your fun gauge–When is the last time you did something truly fun with a loved one?
Uhm, yeah …. it’s been way too long. I had the thought last night that I would go buy one of those adult coloring books that are so trendy right now because I needed to do something fun. I stopped myself and thought “Are you really that desperate?” The answer is yes. Yes, I am. Desperation level: Coloring book.

6. When is the last time you tried something new sexually? What was it? Did you like it enough to repeat it?
Hmm … this is an excellent question. It’s been a solid 4 months (and possibly a bit longer). I tried, and loved, pegging. Yes, that will absolutely be happening again and again and again.

Bonus: How do you nourish the connection between you and your loved ones? (parents, kids, significant other, best friend)
I am horrid at relationship maintenance of any kind. I get a passing grade with significant others. Family and friends? Not so much. As a result I have far fewer connections to maintain than I used to.

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How to play TMI Tuesday: Copy the above TMI Tuesday questions to your webspace (i.e., a blog). Answer the questions there, then leave a comment below, on the TMI blog post, so we’ll all know where to read your responses. Please don’t forget to link to tmituesdayblog from your website!

Fitness Journal: Day 25

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Prompt:  What is a type of workout that you never expected to enjoy but now love?

I thoroughly enjoy beating people (consensually). I find it extremely amusing when a bottom says to me “Ma’am, are you sweating?” or the ever popular “You’re breathing hard. Are you okay?” I’ve had both of these things said to me by different boys after an hour of non-stop impact play.

You’re damn right I’m sweating. I’m in head-to-toe fetish attire and I’ve been doing aerobics for an hour, in heels! Put all of your clothes back on and come on this side of the paddle. See if you don’t sweat. I dare ya.

Fitness Journal: Day 21

 

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This is NOT me but my dungeon wardrobe is very similar.

Prompt: What is your favorite outfit? Why is it your favorite? Post a picture of you in it!

Anything I wear to the dungeon. Basically my fetish-wear. Why? Because everything else in my closet is at least 10 years old and qualifies for the soccer mom club uniform. These days when I get money I can spend on myself, it goes to leather craft or dungeon clothes. I’m not about to pour money into soccer mom when no one cares what she looks like. Soccer mom is invisible. Fetish me is most definitely not.

There will be no pics posted of me because, anonymity and digital permanence.

The High Cost of Living

Over on Fet today, @TheFerrett posted a brilliant piece of writing about the cost of social interaction. (It can be found here for those without Fet accounts.) He noted that the cost is different for everyone and generally higher for introverts than extroverts.

Ferrett used the analogy of budgeting well being. For most people talking to someone they don’t know is about a dollar, while for Ferrett, it’s fifty bucks. Again, it’s a brilliant piece that wonderfully illustrates what I’ve been trying to explain to those close to me, for what seems like forever.

As I kicked this around my brain, I thought about what my costs would be in terms of Ferrett’s analogy. I think they would look something like this:

Going to a lifestyle event with people I know              $20
Going to a new lifestyle event with people I know     $30

Going to a lifestyle event alone     $40
Going to a new lifestyle event alone     $60

Engaging in conversation when approached by someone I don’t know   $75
Approaching someone I don’t know to introduce myself   $100
Talking about myself with anyone other than family    $200

Existing, without speaking to anyone, in a venue with a lot of people (variables include size of venue, number of people, noise, etc.)
$30 first hour, $40 second hour, $50 third hour, $60 fourth hour

Asking for help from those who do not live in my household     $250 min.
Asking for help from the Husband     $5 – $50 (context dependent)
Asking for help from the boy    $1

Cold selling anything (raffles, soliciting donations, products, etc)  $1000
Selling to people who come to me     $300

Confrontation of any kind     $700

When you consider how these stack, and that these costs are per interaction, an evening at the local dungeon can get quite pricey. A weekend at a lifestyle event takes a solid week, which includes sleeping in and quiet alone time, to refill my emotional wallet.

Still, given all of this, I’m much better than I used to be. There was a time in the not-too-distant past that just attending a munch was a couple of grand. It does get better with practice.