They’re Here

One of them arrived late but they are both here:

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19 thoughts on “They’re Here

    1. Boring can be good. Functional and somewhat fashion conscious is how most people tend to roll. The purpose behind mine have always been to draw attention and provide amusement for onlookers. While this bombards me with embarrassment and shame, it also feeds the submissive feelings that I hold so dear.
      Take care.

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    2. Another note that a couple of Domme friends wish to remind me of is that actual women donโ€™t dress like this. When they remind me of that it makes me sink into space.

      Take care.

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        1. I know that bobble hats are bigger in the UK. Here winter tends to bring out blacks, browns, grays, navy blues, etc. I would be surprised if you knew women who mixed hats with earmuffs, but I am guessing you were more referencing color schemes ๐Ÿ™‚

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        2. Oh no I wasnโ€™t I myself have been known to do it – I hate cold ears – my ears actually sting and burn when they get cold itโ€™s soooo painful ….I often have ear muffs and a bobble hat on! Oh and I made my own hat once …. Iโ€™ll email u a pic!

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        3. That sting and burn is frostbite. Ears get poor circulation but have a lot of nerve endings.

          A lot of people here tend to have limits on how bundled up they are willing to be if they don’t like how it looks. It is rather interesting considering how cold it gets here.

          Take care.

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        4. I learned that years ago when I resisted the order. She said I didn’t have to wear them… and then spanked me and woudln’t stop until I begged to wear them. ๐Ÿ™‚

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        5. It was effective. She repeated it another time when I hesitated. She wanted the resistance impulse gone. In both scenarios she kept going well into the begging (and crying) until I firmly convinced her that I wanted it. It was very humiliating.

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