Friday, December 08, 2006

Christmas cheer

Looks like another quiet weekend ........ Sir's cold is now being attacked by some antibiotics....and He should be feeling much better in 5 days.. that is Monday if anyone is interested.....
i, on the other hand, managed to pick up a nasty lil bug going round school that.. depending on who you talk to.. will last anywhere from 24 hours to a week... i have my fingers crossed that by this time tomorrow i will be feeling right as rain again..

Sooooo because nothing exciting springs to mind.. i will leave you all with this old favourite.. enjoy............


12 days of a BDSM Christmas

~ Anonymous

On the first day of Christmas my Master
handcuffed me to a branch on a big pear tree

On the second day of Christmas
my Master gave to me,
two nipple clamps
while handcuffed to the pear tree...

On the third day of Christmas
my Master gave to me,
three good tugs on the two nipple clamps,
while handcuffed to the pear tree...

On the fourth day of Christmas
my Master gave to me,
four probing fingers,
three good tugs on the two nipple clamps,
while handcuffed to the pear tree...

On the fifth day of Christmas
my Master gave to me,
five vibes that sing...
four probing fingers,
three good tugs on the two nipple clamps,
while handcuffed to the pear tree...

On the sixth day of Christmas
my Master gave to me,
six clitty rings,
five vibes that sing...
four probing fingers,
three good tugs on the two nipple clamps,
while handcuffed to the pear tree...

On the seventh day of Christmas
my Master gave to me,
seven paddle whacks,
six clitty rings, five vibes that sing...
four probing fingers,
three good tugs on the two nipple clamps,
while handcuffed to the pear tree...

On the eighth day of Christmas
my Master gave to me,
eight whips that crack,
seven paddle whacks, six clitty rings,
five vibes that sing... four probing fingers,
three good tugs on the two nipple clamps,
while handcuffed to the pear tree...

On the ninth day of Christmas
my Master gave to me,
nine nasty pinches,
eight whips that crack, seven paddle whacks,
six clitty rings, five vibes that sing...
four probing fingers,
three good tugs on the two nipple clamps,
while handcuffed to the pear tree...

On the tenth day of Christmas
my Master gave to me,
ten tender touches,
nine nasty pinches, eight whips that crack,
seven paddle whacks, six clitty rings,
five vibes that sing... four probing fingers,
three good tugs on the two nipple clamps,
while handcuffed to the pear tree...

On the eleventh day of Christmas
my Master gave to me,
eleven loving kisses,
ten tender touches, nine nasty pinches,
eight whips that crack, seven paddle whacks,
six clitty rings, five vibes that sing...
four probing fingers,
three good tugs on the two nipple clamps,
while handcuffed to the pear tree...

On the twelfth day of Christmas
my Master gave to me,
12 silver chains,
eleven loving kisses, ten tender touches,
nine nasty pinches, eight whips that crack,
seven paddle whacks, six clitty rings,
five vibes that sing... four probing fingers,
three good tugs on the two nipple clamps,
while handcuffed to the pear tree. x

4 comments:

Buffalo said...

Serious question and this won't be the first time I've shown my ignorance. If he has a cold, and colds are caused by a virus, how is an anti-biotic going to help? Do they still prescribe anti biotics for colds (in Canada).

littleone said...

Actually Buffalo - the simple cold turned a bit nasty.. and Sir has the beginnings of bronchitis (i think was the diagnosis) and an ear that was bugging Him.. i believe the doctor gave Him the antibiotics to help speed up the healing..

and no.. doctors up here in Canada do not normally prescribe meds for a cold..

{milla} said...

Serious question and this won't be the first time i've shown my stupid Australian humour.. do vibes really sing and if so, where the heck can i get one?

--{milla}

mel said...

For Buffalo:
it's called a secondary infection. They usually are bacterial, in which antibiotics are the ticket! The virus just keeps ticking, though.

For littleone:
There's a product on the market here, called Airborne, invented by a school teacher because she was around the cold bugs so much. They're fizzy! They're also speeding my virus away!

Just a suggestion
mel