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Offline DemBones

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the Kitchensafe Adventure
« on: 07. December 2017, 04:53:00 AM »
I haven't posted here in a while, but that's because my life is boring as cabbage. 

Until last week. 

For those of you that do not know, a few years ago i managed to create my Locking Headgear - post here:  https://www.bracesforum.net/general/the-mythical-locking-headgear/ - but I don't get to play much.  Life has a way of happening.  And a lot of my more "interesting" friends either moved away, got married, or died.  Hell, even I got married!  (At the ripe old age of 40).  So my playtime with my various kinks and fetishes aren't that frequent anymore. 

There is no point in playing with a locking headgear unless someone takes your key away from you.   Thats the idea of locks, right?

So I bought myself one of these things:  http://anonym.to/?https://www.thekitchensafe.com/

I've only had the opportunity for one play, but it was really fun, and really intense.  Pop the headgear key into the safe, and  I'm locked in until my time is up...  It's no substitute for a fun friend, but it's better than nothing at all! 







Offline jonjon

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Re: the Kitchensafe Adventure
« Reply #1 on: 07. December 2017, 15:11:35 PM »
There's some hope for me yet I'm 50 and still not married!! Its Important to get to have some time to enjoy your fetishes  especially if its fun and at the same time a bit edgy

Offline Zoot

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Re: the Kitchensafe Adventure
« Reply #2 on: 07. December 2017, 17:16:16 PM »
Well, opinions differ on whether or not marriage is a desirable state of affairs.  :)

Offline DemBones

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Re: the Kitchensafe Adventure
« Reply #3 on: 08. December 2017, 06:45:43 AM »
As my father said:  Why did you want to get married, if you wanted shit in your life, buy an Alfa Romeo

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Re: the Kitchensafe Adventure
« Reply #4 on: 08. December 2017, 20:21:38 PM »
Or in my case have to get involved with the DSS (UK social security)

Offline Arbinka

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Re: the Kitchensafe Adventure
« Reply #5 on: 08. December 2017, 23:51:02 PM »
"Marriage is a wonderful institution,
But who wants to live in an institution?!"

  Groucho Marx

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Offline YBNO

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Re: the Kitchensafe Adventure
« Reply #7 on: 10. December 2017, 13:13:30 PM »


Was this supposed to be posted elsewhere?  I dont understand the link between these and the subject in this thread?  :)

Offline Braceface2015

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Re: the Kitchensafe Adventure
« Reply #8 on: 10. December 2017, 20:11:25 PM »
Sorry. These were posted to the wrong thread. ::)

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Re: the Kitchensafe Adventure
« Reply #9 on: 04. January 2018, 00:13:51 AM »
Have you tried your new "toy" again?

Offline cp927

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Re: the Kitchensafe Adventure
« Reply #10 on: 11. February 2018, 01:09:34 AM »

I've only had the opportunity for one play, but it was really fun, and really intense.  Pop the headgear key into the safe, and  I'm locked in until my time is up...  It's no substitute for a fun friend, but it's better than nothing at all!
How long did you stay in ? what did you do ? go in public? ?

Offline alexR1

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Re: the Kitchensafe Adventure
« Reply #11 on: 04. December 2018, 21:59:37 PM »
I use my Kitchensafe to lock away keys to "certain items"!  :)

Offline DemBones

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Re: the Kitchensafe Adventure
« Reply #12 on: 23. January 2019, 14:45:01 PM »
Sadly, life has taken some interesting turns, and play-time has not been available much.  but for those who asked: even my singular play session was boring as toast - just stayed at home and worked.  I find the idea of going public a wee bit pointless if you don't have a buddy with you, and as said, adventure time has been in short supply. 

And truthfully, as is the "want".  I mentioned this before elsewhere: As exciting and beguiling and "oh hell YES!" the fantasy of any given fetish is, real life is very, very different.  It gets really old, really fast.  And now at middle age, the desire for play is still there, but the flesh says "sorry buddy, not today" quite often. 

Offline Braceface2015

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Re: the Kitchensafe Adventure
« Reply #13 on: 23. January 2019, 20:12:02 PM »
I find that making time for play is important. Try setting aside some time just for 'playtime', and if you can, find someone to share it with. If you don't have someone, then make it somewhere special or unusual that you can enjoy the playtime.