Saturday, 29 August 2015

Such a small word, so large meaning...





8 comments:

  1. Ahhh... a word i have the privilege of using often.....
    hugs abby

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    1. Be grateful for everyday you have together, celebrate it. The word is just a symbol of love, like a ring for vanilla couples.

      Smile,
      Han

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  2. Used that word quite a bit when Matthew was still here...especially when he had a certain tone of voice and/or had that blasted belt in his hand. ;) Thanks for sharing Han.

    Hugs and blessings...Cat

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    1. Mmmm, I have images that comes with that belt, Cat. Matthew was a lucky man to have your respect and love...

      Hug,
      Han

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  3. It's kind of like IF, small word with such a large meaning.

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    1. One letter less Leigh. Sir is our secret word. Other people may use it, but for us it has a special meaning doesn't it?

      Bear Hug,
      Han

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  4. Vocabulary in BDSM must begin to change. It is 2015 .
    . I do not believe that the respect gives with words. Respect is given down what is, feelings behind the words. So I suggest instead of Sir say: You who makes my heart beat faster, or Sire, or whatyoulike..

    Ok, now I am serious .
    I think just they with english at a first languange and who are roses with word Sir can use it and understand it.

    Mona Lisa

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    1. You use the word you like and has the same meaning as Sir. Wanita calls me Meester, what is Dutch for Master. Sire sure sounds nice as well.

      I like the old Dutch and old English words,
      I was born way too late,

      Han

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