i learned that Alan Alda (an actor) met his wife at a mutual friend's dinner party; when a rum cake accidentally fell onto the kitchen floor, they were the only two guests who did not hesitate to eat it (x)
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When a couple have nothing to hide, no one to impress, nothing to lose, no games left to play, no attachment to specific outcomes, real connection and intimacy happens.
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Sorry but I have to admit this.
People that are your soulmates are 100% better than your twinflame.
Twin Flame connection can be sooo toxic sometimes. Which I just really really hate.
I rather marry my soulmate than my twin flame.
Why ? Because twin flames connection always go through up and downs and i just hate that. Most twin flame connections are also not good for your mental health.
Twin flame connection will only work out if you guys are 100% healed and are matured enough.
I've seen alot of twin flame connection acted more in like a karmic connection than a twin flame.
Just an advice :
If you guys want to have a stable partner or have a more stable relationship. I recommend manifesting meeting your soulmate instead of your twin flame. Trust me it's better than your twin flame.
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.... apparently british marriage certificates didn’t switch their wording from “spinster/bachelor” to “single” until TWO THOUSAND AND FIVE
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Indian weddings ✨
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Hi Jane. Im a new follower of yours and have to say you’ve got quite the life! I’m sending this asking for your guidance. I’m new to all this and have become aware of my Domme desires around 5 months ago. I’m marrying the love of my life early next year (yay!) and have been absolutely obsessed with the idea of hosting a very intimate ceremony and locking him up and making chastity a foundational element in our union and journey. I just feel so overcome with emotion and don’t want to take such an important decision based on my wants (and his as well, for now at least) knowing how impactful this would be on my future husband. It’s like I feel Im being cruel or something if you get me. I’m in this Domme high and feel like I want to really take him far but Im hesitating taking such a step! How would you deal with all this?
Thanks for reading this
Hi, sorry this took so long to answer. I honestly forgot the inbox was so hard to find on the app until James reminded me last week!
I think it's a valid worry that you're making a call about anything when on any kind of power high. We tend to make poor decisions, but you're smart enough to be asking about it so I'm not TOO worried.
My major advice would be talk to someone about it so you can have another person's point of view rather than just the fantasy of it going around your head.
If you don't have someone, you're very welcome to message me on here in confidence. I tend not to answer the standard messages from guys but I'll always get back to other women wanting advice like this.
As for the actual idea. I mean it's super sexy isn't it. The idea of keeping him locked up until the wedding, wearing the key with your bridal outfit somehow.
And then the wedding night. Stripped down to your sexy bridal lingerie while he's down to just the bulging cage. The first hour is just making out and him going down on you and making you come again and again. But then the moment he's been waiting for. The marriage needs to be consumated.
You give him three options. You unlock him, and he gets to slide his cock in you just once, to make it official. Then he's locked back up.
If he does that, he'll be unlocked and allowed to cum during the honeymoon.
But if he can't just do that, and wants to keep making love, then he won't be allowed out of the cage, but you will give him orgasms in it.
But that's only if he doesn't come in you. If he does, if he orgasms as part of the consumation, that's it for the honeymoon. No unlocking, no orgasms.
Okay, just a fantasy but you can see the potential! And that's not even thinking about the lock up ceremony. Wearing your veil, worshipping his cock, teasing and rubbing and sucking it until he's losing his mind. The ring already around the base, ready to lock on.
Finally, you ruin him into a glass, or let him cum in your mouth, but kiss him, and he has to hold it in his mouth until you finish locking the cage.
Okay, I'm getting carried away now lol But wow, so much potential!
Part of it depends on what you've done so far. If you've already been having sex for a while and you've evolved to getting kinky then I'd be more positive about it.
If you're much newer to sex I'd probably suggest just keeping it as a fun thing you throw in sometimes and maybe save the chastity ceremony for a first anniversary?
Anyway, do feel free to message me and we can throw ideas around. And I can be your cheerleader! And in terms of worrying about being cruel... that's usually a huge turn on for them so I wouldn't worry too much. Just make sure you're getting enthusiastic consent and it's actually hard to overdo it.
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The husband: "Babe you're so hot and I adore you so much!"
Me: *rocking in my rocking chair* *wearing my noise cancelling headphones* *nibbling on my chew toy* *looking at cat memes on my phone*
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"Of course they'll see you, Sam. You're leading the procession. I'm very proud of you."
She brushed some lint off his shoulder.*
* Women always do this.
Terry Pratchett, Jingo
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GUYS! I wrote c!bee duo wedding vows. QPR marriages mean so much to me so their marriage is very close to my heart.
here are their vows:
“I Tuberculosis Underscore vow to love you though all three of your lives, and for the rest of mine, through death and revival, through war and peace. I will honor your beliefs and always take the time to listen to your perspective. I will protect you from fire water and steel, and nurse your wounds if you get hurt. I will love you, Ranboo My Beloved, though any arc we may go through, for ever and ever.”
“I Ranboo M. Beloved vow to love you though all three of my lives and for the rest of yours. Through death and revival, though war and peace. I will help you with your many ideas, your builds and your inventions. I swear to protect you from harm, and from the ghosts of your past. I will respect your individuality though I promise to stay by your side whenever you need me. I will love you, Tuberculosis Underscore, though any arc we may go though, for ever and ever.”
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Help! A Teen Disagrees With Me!
Dear Abby, 23 September 2021:
DEAR ABBY: I am cleaning out my closet and have decided to sell my wedding dress from 21 years ago. I love the dress; it's beautiful. But it's a very large box to store. My 16-year-old daughter has made it clear to me she will never marry. It was difficult for me to accept, as she's my only daughter. The thing is, she wants to try my dress on. I don't want her to because she doesn't agree with the sanctity of marriage or the commitment of it, and I don't want my wedding dress tried on by anyone who feels this way about marriage. It means more than playing dress-up, and I believe it should be worn only by someone who respects it. Am I wrong? Does my daughter have a right to have hurt feelings over this? -- NOT A GAME OF DRESS-UP
Dear Not A Game Of Dress-Up,
Madam, you must defend the holy and precious institution of marriage at all costs lest one single teenager wearing a dress decimate the blessed sacrament! You hold the fates of marriages the world over in your hands, and you mustn't let your daughter obliterate billions of lives by applying cloth to her body. You and your unassailable principles are the only thing protecting an all-too-vulnerable world from the end of the very concept of marriage as we know it!
Not only does your daughter not have a right to experience hurt feelings over this, but she really owes you and every other person who has been married, considered marriage, or who vaguely believes in marriage as a concept a major apology. Why, marriage is not a game of dress-up! Marriage is primarily and historically a business and financial arrangement built to reinforce the patriarchy by legally regulating and mandating heterosexual relationships for the purpose of increasing wealth and property by treating women like interchangeable broodmares whose sole value rests in their reproductive capacities, and making men think they're worthless if they don't make gobs of money and spend their evenings grunting with the boys over brandy and cigars. Ah, romance! That your daughter would take an ill view of such a beloved and honored custom is genuinely mystifying.
We can be sure, of course, that your daughter will never marry, nor will she ever change her mind about marrying under any circumstances whatsoever. Teenage declarations are contractually binding, and grand proclamations about future life plans by 16-year-olds in particular are known for their consistency and longevity. And yet you must seek to change her mind, otherwise you may be obligated to support her in indefinite spinsterhood should she fail to match with a master who can provide her with food and housing in exchange for heirs.
The best way to convince your daughter that marriage is desirable is to tell her that her filthy, offensive body will desecrate a piece of clothing you've kept shoved in a box in the back of your closet for over twenty years unless the little hussy straightens out her attitude. If that doesn't have her beating a path to the altar with the closest available male, the next best way to respect and honor marriage as an institution is to sell your wedding dress for cash.
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The only correct way to propose
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Advice from a 1918 suffragette pamphlet.
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Just stumbled on to this woman's tiktok about polygamy, and she's spinning it as a good thing because she would have less burden as a wife.
Girl. Where do I start.
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