I need a fun Safe Word

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I need a fun Safe Word

KinkyKatiya KinkyKatiya
looking for a fun safe word... any suggestions? =D
05/26/2012
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Iron Man Iron Man
Orange. It's zesty and doesn't rhyme with any other word out there, so it can't be mistaken for anything else.
05/27/2012
Geogeo Geogeo
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Originally posted by Iron Man
Orange. It's zesty and doesn't rhyme with any other word out there, so it can't be mistaken for anything else.
Except for Solange! (Which is my name, and would be mistaken in my circumstances only haha)
05/27/2012
LusciousLollypop LusciousLollypop
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Originally posted by KinkyKatiya
looking for a fun safe word... any suggestions? =D
Something that isn't too easy to say, but comes to your mind immediately if you need it.

Mine is ridiculous but it works -- Watermelon.

It is totally out of the ordinary but it definitely is a good safeword.
05/27/2012
K101 K101
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Originally posted by KinkyKatiya
looking for a fun safe word... any suggestions? =D
Hmmm. I don't know. We don't have "safe words" except for "stop." Tends to work really well actually. He'd never keep doing something if I said stop or "ouch!"

What's something you both like? Any special memories together like maybe a camping trip? If so, you're word could be "tent."
05/27/2012
namelesschaos namelesschaos
You want it to be easy to understand and remember. The various fruit names work well. Me I like to remove unambiguity and go with something like "safeword" or "lawsuit" (this one some times work outside the bedroom too )

You might also consider nonverbal safe words like having a bell in your hand you could ring or drop as your safe word.
05/27/2012
SMichelle SMichelle
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Originally posted by Iron Man
Orange. It's zesty and doesn't rhyme with any other word out there, so it can't be mistaken for anything else.
That's the safe word my partner and I use, as well.
05/27/2012
Maximusx Maximusx
Earthquake! I can't think of anything that rhymes with it either....although I could be wrong... lol
05/27/2012
Maximusx Maximusx
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Originally posted by namelesschaos
You want it to be easy to understand and remember. The various fruit names work well. Me I like to remove unambiguity and go with something like "safeword" or "lawsuit" (this one some times work outside the bedroom too ) ...
oh didn't think about nonverbal safe words...!
05/27/2012
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