This week's topic is about the power of words. Specifically, those words or phrases that enter the lexicon of our spanking and FLR relationships and really get our attention. Perhaps they signal that we have crossed a behavioral line. Or let us know that a spanking session is about to begin and we should do something to prepare. Or, maybe a word that is particularly good at bringing about control or submission or that functions as a clear assertion of authority.
Another one she uses relative frequently is, "Not as sorry as you are going to be," following some expression of remorse or regret on my part for some bad act.
"I'm sorry for not doing the dishes [for the third time this week.]"
"Not as sorry as you are going to be."
Powerful words that make it clear that the excuses are over and a trip to her "woodshed" is imminent.
So, what words or phrases spoken in the FLR context does the disciplinarian in your relationship use to assert her authority or signal a punishment is going to happen? What words or phrases get your attention or make you go weak in the knees? Maybe something she uses in public to let you know what you are in for -- something with meaning for just the two of you?
Let's try to put together the biggest list that we can, which I will then post in the Tips & Methods section of the blog. It will also give us something we can pass along to our disciplinarians as suggestions for ways to verbally assert and reinforce their authority or help us get into that more submissive space that fosters these kinds of relationships.
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