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Following a spontaneous idea I took slave Nina to Eclectic Randomness store inworld and got a single latex hair tail for her, that can be coloured in 2 colours. I was very happy with the result. The living latex doll outfit consists now of a Zentai Latex catsuit and a MCorset (both sold by Lali’s Shiny Nylon), *KaS* – Ballet boots, a *KaS* – chastity belt (or T&T belt in latex), the pacifier gag from MoDesign and the above single Latex ponytail. slave Nina made a picture of herself with the new addition that is originally posted on her dA page. And last night we also got the latex ponytial for slave Flo. The other living latex dolls will sure follow getting the latex ponytail.
What on earth is happening, am enjoying a quiet brew at my local until I realize I’m surrounded by a lot of middle age guys in heavy metal shirts.. let’s google: “why is middle age men converging in Prague today in my local pub”. Aaaaahhh… Guns N Roses are in town.
Man, I loved them before the fat Axl period 😆
My fav by far is always going to be Welcome to the jungle..
Saturday, June 24th, I had some time with Maddie, our newest addition. She’s a nice and good roleplayer and fun. Well, I have fun at least and that is what slaves and subs are for, aren’t they?
Satuday night slavin C was online. She had cleaned the house, which was already more than dirty. slavin C asked Jenny and me to become our slave pet a while ago and we agreed. What was missing was the right outfit, like the *KaS* puppy suit. She got it Saturday night. At the *KaS* store I met Amalia (amalia.illois) with a maid and we chatted a bit mostly about maids and how difficult it is to get good and willing maids. She promised, that she will send a maid over to us in a few days to clean the house again. I’m curious if she really does *winks*.
Mistress Jenny and I took…
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The photographer Robert Davidson will soon be officially releasing these famous images of Frank Zappa on the crapper, affectionately known to fans as “ZAPPA KRAPPA” or “PHI ZAPPA KRAPPA”, for the first time since they were originally shot back in 1967. The image below of Zappa on the toilet has gained cult status over the years, and is being admitted into the permanent collection at the National portrait gallery in London. The bizarre story behind the 50 year search for the lost negatives has now finally come to light…
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