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thedude thedude
whats a good safety word?
02/02/2011
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Lady Neshamah Lady Neshamah
anything that you can all remember
02/02/2011
DeliciousSurprise DeliciousSurprise
We use red/yellow/green when safe words are necessary.

Red denotes an immediate stop.
Yellow indicates proceed with caution, that my submissive is uncomfortable/reaching their limits but is willing to proceed.
Green means continue.

If we're scening where the colours might actually come up in conversation, we add flag to the end of the colour so as to distinguish between contexts. If it's not our first time with a technique or process, we only use red and forego the other colours.
02/02/2011
Yoda Yoda
buzinga
02/02/2011
ThatGirlOverThere ThatGirlOverThere
Something in a dif language
07/14/2011
kohinoor kohinoor
Quote:
Originally posted by thedude
whats a good safety word?
I've always liked jabberwoky
09/09/2011
Errant Venture Errant Venture
Try the name of a food you don't like.
09/21/2011
Glinteye Glinteye
colours are good
04/20/2012
gsfanatic gsfanatic
red/yellow/green or something you wouldn't normally say. For nonverbal, do hand-clenches or loud taps
04/21/2012
Miss.Monster518 Miss.Monster518
sandwich
04/08/2013
BloodHound BloodHound
Quote:
Originally posted by thedude
whats a good safety word?
RED is usually a well known safe word. If you like to have a separate safe word you can do that to. Just make it something you can remember and something you wouldn't normally say during play. Ouch vs. banana. Banana although silly would be a clearer safe word.
04/09/2013
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