Safe Words

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Safe Words

Rraine Rraine
When things get a little too rough (if they ever do); do you have any safe words to stop? If so what are they? If not, why?
12/04/2012
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K101 K101
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Anyways, to answer your question, I usually don't even have to say a word as a look of real pain on my face is plenty. However, if necessary, I find that a real-life "OUCH!" Seems to get the job done just fine. Heck, even "stop!" would work, but I've never had to say that to my partner.
12/04/2012
DoneWithAlltheLies DoneWithAlltheLies
I go so deep into subby brainspace sometimes that my safeword literally has to be "safeword" so that there's no chance I'll forget it. I'm also a huge fan of my dom's quick nonverbal check-ins along the way, when he squeezes my hand and the scene only proceeds if I squeeze back.
12/04/2012
Eugler Eugler
Just to answer the question:

Chocolate pudding.

But never needed to use it so far.
12/04/2012
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