How are you?
I need to create some safewords.
"Also, stop being so logical."
I cannot tell you how often I'm instructed to do just that. :P
Gideon said he would help me necrospam if I said the word bird in the comment, not that he did, useless otter. There was some amusing discussion of bondage going on, so I chose to say that bird was the safe word as a play on the bird is the word.
Also, stop being so logical. This is a comment box. We're supposed to say little to nothing of importance here.
According to Wikipedia: A safeword is a code word or series of code words that are sometimes used in BDSM for a submissive (or "bottom") to unambiguously communicate their physical or emotional state to a dominant (or "top"), typically when approaching, or crossing, a physical, emotional, or moral boundary. Some safewords are used to stop the scene outright, while others can communicate a willingness to continue, but at a reduced level of intensity. Safewords are usually agreed upon before playing a scene by all participants, and many organized BDSM groups have standard safewords that all members agree to use to avoid confusion at organized play events.
In other words, since you didn't know that bird is the safe word, you weren't invited.
I didn't know the safe word, either. :'(
Bird is the safe word.
This group has been more on the decline of late. The activity we experienced was more of an anomaly brought about by boredom. The Rubik group was more or less made due to that activity, hence your appearance among the Kings helped prolong the activity for a short while.
What happened here? am I the only reason why this group was spicy for a wile?
So, are we going to do this or what?
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