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Re: I asked for this...

Postby CMacleanSK » Tue Oct 10, 2017 2:57 pm

Excellent stuff
I'm always looking for people to talk to and interact with. Just be warned that if you're gonna tie me up, you better gag me. MMMMPH!!

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Re: I asked for this...

Postby Sniffmyfeet » Fri Oct 20, 2017 3:26 am

This is an excellent new chapter for this story. Thanks a lot for taking the time to write it!
bondage /'bɒndɪdʒ/ noun & verb. ME.
A The condition of being bound or tied; fig. subjection to authority, constraining force, or obligation. LME.
spec. Sadomasochism involving binding, handcuffing, etc. M20.

(SOED, 6th ed.)

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Re: I asked for this...

Postby Sniffingyoursocks » Fri Oct 20, 2017 2:32 pm

Thanks guys for the reviews and THANKS for 10'000 views.

Looking forward to tell you much more about Chrissie and Kevin.
Obey and say 'Yes Master'.

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Re: I asked for this...

Postby Batsox » Sun Dec 24, 2017 5:04 am

Super story! I look forward to read the next chapters

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Re: I asked for this...

Postby drawscore » Sun Dec 24, 2017 10:43 pm

Not bad.

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You should be able to set your spell checker to either American English, or British/Australian English. They are pretty much the same, but there are some differences in spellings: American English - favorite; color. British/Australian English - favourite; colour.


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