Tuesday, August 01, 2017

You wouldn't want to get Marmite on your Furry Handcuffs

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It is that time of year again. Today is the first of August and most of the Western world is officially on holiday. Going abroad brings its own problems. For some British that means surviving a fortnight or more without Marmite, a typical British product, little seen outside the country.

As it turns out, jars of Marmite are among the most confiscated items at London City Airport. Because of that it is now offering travellers the chance to swap any jars of Marmite exceeding the permitted 100ml size for a travel-friendly 70g miniature.

Being Dutch I don't care much for Marmite but the list also contains several more strange items. Top of the list are snowglobes - yes that is correct - even during summer. Other interesting items are jars of chutney and pickles and Nutella chocolate spread. I'm not quite sure though about the olive oil, flying from a British Airport that is.

Most of the items on the list make kind of sense, except for number ten: furry handcuffs. Yes, that's correct: furry handcuffs  are the tenth most confiscated item from travellers hand bagage. The article doesn't explain why or how and the reader is left wondering. Must be a mistake. Can't be true I thought, so I started reading the comments and I am clearly not the only one who is thoroughly surprised.

"Furry handcuffs!!! (In hand baggage???) hard to believe."

"I don't think there is a food I could not last a week without. The whole point of foreign travel is to try new things!"

"Yeah, fair enough-but could you last a week without furry handcuffs?"

"If you didn't grow up on Marmite it is pure masochism"

"Jars are given to local charity. I wonder what kind of which charity is allocated for the furry handcuffs?"

"The only explanation that makes sense; "Hen parties, I suspect.""

"What is a "furry handcuff"??"

"It's a device for restraining furries"

"Something to hold your furry cup with?"

"An extension to a shirt sleeve for hirsute people."

"Furry handcuffs and Nutella!

Mmmmmmmmmm. . . ."

"I'd have thought it was obvious they shouldn't allow pilots to use furry handcuffs when flying."

"Hands up! How many of you have had the chocolate spread and the furry handcuffs confiscated?
I thought so."

"Furry handcuffs?

I wonder what they were going to do with the Marmite?

It all sounds a bit unsavoury.

Boom! Tisch!"

"What's wrong with furry handcuffs?"

"I think it's because they could be real handcuffs with fur glued on, and checking would be too time-consuming. Easier just to confiscate them for the airport sex dungeon."

"That would be a good explanation. Their dungeon must be very well stocked."

"You wouldn't want to get Marmite on your furry handcuffs."

"And that's a sentence I never thought I'd write."

Tuesday, July 04, 2017

Dominatrix Turned Police Officer Suspended over Her Past

A former dominatrix turns police officer, but is suspended just before graduation when her superiors find out about her past.

We should be able to do the job we love.

Changing careers can be challenging, especially if you used to be a dominatrix. Today I ran into a story on one of the boards about Domina Nyx. Six days before graduating from police academy she was suspended after her bosses found out she used to work as a professional dominatrix and shooting a number of BDSM movies.

Sunday, June 25, 2017

Don't Kill Bill

WARNING: This article contains spoilers from Doctor Who series 10 episode 11: World Enough and Time.

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Full Frontal Missy (Image: BBC/Doctor Who)

Missy: “Hello, I’m Doctor Who, and these are my plucky assistants, Thing One and … the other one. We picked up your distress call, and here we are to help, like awesome heroes.”

Saturday, June 24, 2017

Humiliatrix Ceara Lynch: “Weird is normal to me”

By chance I stumbled upon an interview with Ceara Lynch in the Daily Dot. It dates back to mid-April and even for someone who isn't into her speciality it makes a good read.

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Ceara Lynch (image: The Daily Dot)

A humiliatrix is like a dominatrix, but instead of using whips and chains, I use my words,” Lynch explains. “I abuse men verbally, not physically. The internet is my dungeon.”

Saturday, June 10, 2017

You've Got Mail

As a male sub I'm slightly amused by the rambling messages other subs send me, begging for the opportunity to serve. When you are a domme it must be very annoying. Some examples from my inbox.

Watch and learn...

Monday, June 05, 2017

That Alpha Thing

A few days ago I read a post by a well-known American pro-domme. It was your usual alpha rant - with a twist. Whenever I see the word "alpha" I get upset before I've even read the article. This time was no different.

The dominatrix expected her potential clients to devote their lives to something bigger than themselves: HER. Just the sheer fact you consider yourself an alpha personality is enough to get me cross. For one, I truly believed that any alpha worth the name will never refer to herself as such. Imagine how silly that would be. A "true" alpha surveys the landscape and divides it in those they are going have to fight for supremacy and those that will surrender without hesitation.

Friday, May 26, 2017

Shibari You Can Use

A book on bondage techniques might just be the thing to get you started.

By chance I stumbled upon a book about Shibari. Bondage is one of the things I enjoy and the possibilities that rope offers are endless. Despite that I prefer leather cuffs - let's say it's a different kind of menace.

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