Discussion in 'Other fetishes' started by Jens (Partner), Jun 30, 2016.
...you just love a good beating, slut...! [giggling merrily]
I think @richard was saying there's more beyond Northmbria, going North, and of course Northern Ireland too.
Reminds me of the naughty joy of purposefully accidentally referring to the Netherlands as "Holland" just for the fun of watching the frustrated Nederlander explanation as to why not to say that... unless they're actually from Holland and like the confusion...
I heard the folk are strange who live north of Birmingham.......
sorry my geography east of offas dyke is poor. Too many Saxons there for my liking. Now we've got brexit they will go back to Saxony?
"To be born an Englishman is to win First Prize in the Lottery of Life (with thanks to Cecil Rhodes)
This is a good guide...
Listen to the end and you're guaranteed to be enlightened, confused or both.
Offas dyke wasnt mentioned. "Offas' dyke was not a lesbian owned by the 8th Century Wessex king Offa but a physical ditch separating his land from Wales who of course once owned the land he stole from them. Contrary to popular belief no lesbians were hurt during the construction of the dyke. Not intentionally anyway.
Doubly controversial as ever @windrush LOL
Even more so, in these troubled times. @windrush
Thank you very much mistress Julie from Uk xxx
Even stranger south of Birmingham!!!
Depends how far south? lol
i was born in Shropshire i was.
I'm sorry - those in the South need to have it spelt out - it's grim here up North. It's all flat caps, rain, pigeon-racing, mushy peas, wind, cow-heel pie, whippets, derelict cotton-mills, clogs, fog, outside brick privies and coal in't bath (and we pronounce that bath not baarrth so we won't understand you when you complain about it)
So, whatever you do, don't b***dy come here.
I didn't think it was a British site, but did notice that most of the active members were from that area as well.
Reminds me of the movie "a fish called Wanda" where he talks about how proper and uptight they have to portray themselves, and that it is such a relief to just let their hair down.
Interesting. I will assume that the US has more male members or male "porn value" members than the UK does, along with more UK female members. Myself, I joined to share with and learn from fellow locked men as well as the highly respected ladies. Fellowship with both, in an open environment was a motivator as well. I've seen man past posts where ladies have made erotic statements to gents about chastity or the guys situation (with no intent on being a part of that situation but for the fun of both). Many US men would misconstrue that as an invitation to send dick pics, etc. Such actions are not appropriate from gentlemen as each caged man should be, sissy, bi/forced bi, or otherwise, engaged in the act.
I just read my previous comment and realized it's not very coherent. My last point was that us gents must keep in mind that every lady who speaks to us online isn't interested in us sexually, but as people interested in the same things and we fellas should treat them with the same respect we do each other if not with much more reverence. Such reverence doesn't happen online often but I see it's a common practice at CM. Good on you folks.
While not a believer in female supremacy I am a firm believer that she is a goddess and she deserves all of our respect.
Oy, who thinks this is a British web site? I was reading this in my flat the other day right before I used the loo. Then a lorry delivered my new chastity cage it was brilliant. I used it for a fortnight and liked it. I got is used for a few quid.
Did you toss the old one in the bin?
Are you barmy? Yer using a used cage and it was just a couple quid? Bit suspect really...
Uh huh. Interesting statistics. All pleasantries aside, in which country are the servers located?
The IP address seems to be out of Chicago, so one might assume that makes this an American website. But @Administrator Sir, if you run the show, and are in Denmark, wouldn't that make this a Danish web site? I'd still love an official answer.
its everwhere i think cos theres folks from all over the place on here.
You got me mate. I really live across the pond but I worked for a British company for a few years and spent my summers working in their London office. They put me in a flat across the road from the British Royal Horse Guard and send a chef over every night to make me dinner. In the morning a housekeeper would show up and that woman had a knack for being invisible as I walked around the flat naked getting ready for breakfast. I even drank my tea from expensive cups on saucers instead of Styrofoam cups. For lunch they had a Cordon Blu chef make lunch for all the senior executives along with an assortment of ale and wines. It was very civilized compared to ordering fast food for lunch in NYC.
I was doing some consulting work for the Scotish Government, Wales, Ireland, Isle of Mann during TTT, and England. I was invited to speak before a group of MP's by the Adam Smith Institute. I needed an interpreter to understand the Welshmen there though. Had a good time and they treated me royally. Have good memories of England but not the food, warm beer or cost of things.