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Ungagged Episode 24 – The More the Merrier

Description of Show

The pups spend this show discussing group sex, group dynamics, and how to make your group experiences the best they can.

Show Notes

  • In the News
  • Group Sex
    • The pups start out small and talk about threesomes.
      • Are two-as-a-team strictly pleasuring the other the best way to have a threesome?
      • A common reason against any group sex: too much going on and too much concentration needed.
    • Play parties
      • The mood of each party can be very different…so keep your expectations reasonable.
      • With lots of other scenes going on around you, it can be a problem if you are easily distracted by sound.
      • There is always going to be a better chance of drama when more people are involved, so be ready and be calm.
      • If it is a party of 8 or more people, then be sure the party has a separate, more social space.
      • Reasonable expectations, but have some expectations and have a plan of how to make that happen.
      • How do you deal with the guy who won’t take no for an answer? Be direct. Try to be polite, but say it in no uncertain terms..

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Ungagged Episode 18 – Just the Tip

The Puppies are joined by the very fun and adorable Martini from Chicago, and they launch into a big discussion about Foreskin Restoration. Martini has talked with Drew over time about the subject. And one of the fun ways we explore it is because Mikey hasn’t really thought much about restoring of foreskins on guys, so we are exploring the subject from the eyes of a newbie!

This is a fun way to jump into this grown fascination so many guys are picking up!

Show Notes

Topics

  • We play a game of Fortunately/Unfortunately, you won’t believe this one
  • Foreskin Restoration
    • Why do men do this?
    • What was Martini’s experience with it and why he started it
    • Why is it so prevalent to be cut, especially in the USA
    • The scent of a dick! YUM!
  • How restoration works
    • Is it even possible?
    • Is it painful to do?
    • Success stories?
    • Devices that are available
  • The movements to stop circumcision

Show Links

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Episode 192 – Right Brain, Left Ball

Creativity and stuff!  Sparky and Daddy Tony chat up our guests Brutus and K0mpy all about being creative, from getting started to finding continuing inspiration, learn about how these two creative pups come up with awesome home-solutions to common kinkster problems, and how they break down challenges!

Show Notes

News

Topic: Creativity

  • Different types of creativity – play is absolutely included!
  • Improvisation, adaptabality, and finding solutions
  • You are creative, learn to embrace it!
  • Copying isn’t always a bad thing

About our Guests
Brutus: @thatdrewlion
K0mpy: @k0mpy

About Kompy: Starting in the Minneapolis kink and party scenes, K0mpy Dog found his way into puppy through the furry community. He frequently returns to the mid-west to support events and spread the good word of pup.

In Seattle, K0mpy brings his experience as a promoter, programmer, and art major to the SEAPAH board of directors. In his free time, he is an amateur latex clothing designer and photographer.

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Ungagged Episode 16 – Far Away Play

The Puppies are back again with another episode to help all you kinksters out there! This time they are tackling the subject of long distance relationships. Let’s face it, it is a real challenge sometimes to find the person that is going to match all your kinks. There are a great many of us out there that rely on having a relationship is our play buddies, friends, and collared partners over longer and longer distances.

Having an online relationship is can be a challenge for anyone, but rewarding at the same time. The puppies talk about some ways to deal with having a long distance relationship as well as some ways to ensure it is healthy for both of you.

 

Show Notes

Topics

  • It’s back, kids, that’s right it is time for THE BEST OF CRAIGLIST
  • Long Distance Relationships
    • Distance is a relative term
    • Actual Relationships online
    • Expectations and Fantasy V. Reality
    • Experiences as a gay
    • Experiences as a boy
    • Experiences as a Sir
    • Over vs. under communication
    • Types of orders
    • Communication without exaggeration
    • Pro/Cons

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Episode 191 – Semper Fido

Today we talk to the illustrious and amazing Pup Scuff Northwest Puppy 2017 and International Puppy of the year 2016. We explore his approach to pup-play and inspiring kink journey overcoming deep life challenges. We discuss how to approach the puppy community for newbies.

Show Notes

In the News

Topics

  • Poop Horoscopes
  • Overcoming life challenges
  • Balancing life and kink
  • Finding your place in the community

About Our Guests

Skuff Pup is an Arkansas native who moved to Seattle 7 years ago after an 11 year career as an active Marine. He started his kink journey within the ab/Dl community over 15 years ago. This led him to the furry fandom which ultimately found its way to the pup and leather communities.

Skuff has been active within the leather and pup community in Seattle for many years, and became a part of the board for SEA-PAH two years ago, and is currently the Puppy relations for SEA-PAH.

Skuff is the 2016 international Puppy of the year and the 2017 Northwest Puppy title holder.

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Episode 189 – So Campy

Show Notes

The entire NoSafeWord crew went up to the awesome SEAPAH event called Camp K9. This now 3rd annual event has grown huge and its a lot of fun, and we break it all down for you. You got to hear these crazy stories from this year!

In the News

 

 

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Ungagged Episode 15 – Headspace Healing

Our mad scientist puppies have been up to a lot of projects, and thinking about so much more, using the very latest technologies, like 3d printing and VR. They are always researching the latest things that they can come up with create even better bondage scenes!

Show Notes

Topics

  • Talking about future tech and kink!
    • NovaPro Glasses
    • Estim/ErosTek
    • VR
    • Dating Apps
    • Crowd Funding
  • Bad Scenes
    • Every situation is unique
    • Headspace problems
    • Abuse problems
    • Anticipation of failure versus success
    • Comfort versus communication
    • Frustration and emotion in scene
      • Top down frustration
      • sub up frustration

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Ungagged Episode 14 – The Third Hole

Ever heard the term Sounding and not know what it was? Now is the time to find out! The puppies are going to talk about Pee Hole Stuffing. What are the risks and how do you do it safely, and how to do you have a fun time with it. So crab a pipe cleaner, stuff yourself and listen up!

(the NoSafeWord legal department wants to remind everyone, don’t stuff a pipe cleaner up your dick hole. Not a good idea. The person writing this shit has lost his mind)

Show Notes

Topics

  • Follow up on the pup headspace discussion that was discussed on the show we did called Episode 175: Pup Identity
  • Pee Hole Stuffing!
    • Mikey has only done it a few time, Brutus however…
    • What is sounding?
    • Why is it fun?
    • Potential risks
    • What kind of sounds should you work with?
    • Penis Sphincters!
    • Catheter play?
    • Do Not Lose the Count!
    • Remember, there are risk involved, just like everything. Be careful, and have fun with it!

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Episode 177 – Bday Puppies

Show Notes

In the News

Topics

  • Newly Weds – 2016 edition! I’m not even sure what a buddy bar is…
    • Brutus wants it noted that these were very difficult questions to answer!
    • Puppies continue to fail to understand the questions.
  • If you’d like to flash your junk, Maricolpa County is the place to be!
    • Sparky used to be on the yearbook editing Staff, for sure a cool guy.
  • Fisting – A hands-on demonstration!
  • Grindr – Don’t use pervy as a word on the profile. Code words for something you’re not expecting.
    • Michelle Obama invented Scruff. Thanks Obama!
    • Daddy’s English accent continues to amaze.

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Episode 176 – In the News

Summary and notes of show

Show Notes

In the News

Topics

  • Hypnosis files back on Fox this fall.
  • Besides being the Zodiac Killer, Ted Cruz has a tiny penis.
  • NAMBLA Pre-School might be a bad branding idea. Woe to the man who transgenders public restrooms. Because apparently transgender is now a verb!
  • Listen letter: Serophobia and how it can impact an individuals love life. First take away – Polycuels can be complicated. Stigmas around the topic are alive and well in community, despite social niceties. Sero status is an important discussion when it comes to sex and negotiations. Do you have a right to someone’s medical history or Sero status? Is it reasonable to have the expectations of knowing when going into this situation? Discussion is paramount. Keeping on top of sexual health.
  • Is the stigma around HIV status diminishing? More information and better news. Medical advancements have changed how younger generations approach the illness.
  • Roleplay fantasies! Has Daddy done it? Spanky a boy in a baseball dugout. Coach and player, yes! Pup and handler… that’s weird.

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Episode 175 – Pup Identity

Douchepickle of the week: AFA – skidmarks, assholes, soccer mom’s – oh my!  Daddy goes a bit dark on the feelings he has about the American Family Association and gender-neutral bathrooms.

Summary and notes of show

Show Notes

In the News

Topics

  • Started with items noticed locally – local groups seem to be made up of a lot of non-traditional puppies – how to make sure they feel welcome and included without compromising anyone’s headspace.
    •  Distracting at moshes and with other puppies headspaces at time.
  • Sparky has never moshed!
  • Daddy is not quite up to date on the topic – but has seen a bit and can totally identify with the headspace concerns.
  • Fursuits at the rubbout party – respect that it’s their thing, but stood out in the environment – was afraid of shedding!
    • Brutus: Traditional ‘RePUPlican’ values but want’s to ensure everyone is included.
    • Ansel: Easy transition for furries to pup headspace – many furry groups are ‘G-rated’ – puppy communities tend to be more allowing of this.
  • Brutus was a furry – was a fox, then a lion, then a dog, now a ‘me’ – but never felt a ‘furry headspace’.  First ‘taste’ of headspace.
  • Daddy wants to know: What is ‘Antelope’ / ‘Reindeer’ / ‘etc’ headspace?  Is it like pup headspace?  How do they see it fitting into the puppy community.
  • If you are not a puppy and not in a puppy headspace – is it appropriate for you to participate in a puppy mosh where the assumption is that this is for ‘pup space’ – vs. something more open?  Is that offensive?
    • All-skate / Public swim
  • Remember: people have made the transition from puppy to furry as well.
  • Daddy: That gives puppies a fun place to go – but where do other animals go?  Do they have a (e.g.)skunk mosh for people to have their own outlet?
  • Label of ‘puppy’ compared to the label ‘leather’ – we are still defining this as a group.
  • What does it mean to be a puppy?
  • How can we make sure that everyone is included and comfortable without offending everyone?
    • Is this possible even?

About Our Guests

 

Pup Brutus: Bestest puppy in the land!

Pup Ansel: Also the bestest puppy!  What?!  There can be two of them!!!

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Interview with a Handler

In the last post, I interviewed my handler, Kevin, about the ins-and-outs (both physically and mentally ;D) of establishing and nurturing a puppy/handler relationship and we put out the word that we’d be happy to answer any questions from those seeking more detail or simply want us to address a topic that wasn’t covered in our first exchange.
The questions, much like the pups and handlers themselves, varied widely in topic, scope and seriousness. And you know how they say there’s no such thing as a stupid question? Well, some of you out there were definitely trying to see if you couldn’t challenge that idea.
So… without further ado, it’s time for those burning questions (and if that burning continues, you might want to consult your doc), and our attempt to answer them.

Q: )What is it about being a handler while having a PUP that makes you transcend?

KEVIN: Having a puppy, a human one, is for me one of the most precious gifts a guy can be lucky enough to get. Some handlers regard their pups as slaves, some regard them as boys with tails, and others just think of them in the sense of playing out back with a ball, or attending a mosh. For me, it’s a sacred bond. The pup in question (the amazing Amp, in my case) is laying himself bare, and all that you see before you in its beauty is something that is your responsibility as a handler to care for, to nurture and to keep safe. Transcendence, as I understand it, means entering a different plane of mental existence. Certainly when I’m in handler space, all I’m concerned with is growing the bond of love between Amp and myself.

Q: Can we be friends?

Amp and Kevin: Until we know a reason you shouldn’t be … sure, why not?

Q: Being a handler, what kind of enjoyment do you get from having a pup?

KEVIN: I get the unfiltered, unconditional pure rush of affection and devotion from a human being that most only get from a pet. Seeing Amp in real headspace (not the quasi-headspace of a mosh or competition where you have to keep some form of mindfulness in order to not get yourself or anyone else hurt) is a magical display of what two people can do when they’re both dedicated to helping the other find joy and release from the everyday world — and they trust each other to do just that.

Q: What’s your opinion of The Fifth Element, starring Bruce Willis (really guys? lol)?

KEVIN: It’s a B+ sci-fi flick in which Willis’ character refers to himself as a “meatsicle,” which I’ve always thought very funny. However, Willis is also a raging conservative who once cheered Pat Buchannan’s speech at the Republican National Convention calling for a “culture war” against abortionists and homosexuals. I think he’s a terrific actor and a complete douche. Have I gone to the multiplex and seen him since? Yes. And I always buy a ticket for another movie that’s showing around the same time so that he doesn’t get a single dime from me.

Q: How do you, as a trainer, put and keep a pup in headspace?

KEVIN: Well, from having put half a dozen or so pups into headspace over the last year, I can tell you that no two are identical, but they all have common traits. I do have a series of meditations that I use to help escort a guy from his normal plane of consciousness into a deeper communion, primarily with himself. A handler who makes headspace about himself (being worshipped is a common theme) is focusing on the wrong person, if you ask me. I like to “show” through visualization, the person what his pup persona looks like — to him, in his mind’s eye. Rather than forcing my ideals of a pup on them, they can form their own persona and pup self as they see it. And once they’re eyeball to eyeball in that trance moment, I will ask the person to slip over and feel what it’s like to look out from the pup’s eyes. I’ve used mirrors, waterfalls, lakes, and memory as triggers, and I’ve had a pretty fair success rate, if I do say so myself. Happy pups tell you all you need to know. Keeping them there? You have to keep actively reinforcing the metaphor of person-as-pup. You go for a walk (which you could do actually, or in an imaginary world), you play ball; you feed your pup treats (we like lunch meat. It’s healthy and full of protein.), you let him nap on your chest. Activities will reinforce the trance, and make it that much easier to access headspace the next time.

Q: What does being a pup mean to you?

AMP: Well I’ve gone over this topic a number of times, but, in short, being a pup means that I’m into kink, leather, wrestling around and acting like a human puppy.  Being a pup means that I’m playful and cuddly, loving and loyal to friends and handlers I hold close and that I’m putting myself out there to be a part of a community that is supportive and all about fun.  Similarly, it is a way for me to mentally connect on another level with people I hold close, more specifically, a handler I hold close.  I use puppy play and call myself a pup because I enjoy the activities it brings, the people it brings into my life and the open and honest expression I can express.

Q: What does being a handler mean to you?

KEVIN: For me, it means that I have accepted the role of guardian to my pup. No one will hurt him, approach him, scare him, or do anything I don’t approve of, and I do that as I was selected to by the pup who wears my collar. That said, I try to make my choices based not on my own ego, but on Amp’s needs, wants and what I think will most likely nurture or fascinate him. I have stumbled, on occasion, as has my pup. But that’s the nature of who we are as fallible individuals. You make a mistake, you apologize, pick yourself up and move on.

Q: What (as a handler) do you gain from training a puppy, apart from the experience of just owning a puppy?

KEVIN: I get the deep satisfaction of knowing that every bit of tender loving care I put into our bond comes shining out whenever Amp is present. When we attended the International Puppy Competition last November in Florida, you can ask anyone: No one was more proud, more devoted to his pup, or closer than the two of us were. What I gained, beyond that, was a deep sense of who I am and what I do. I mentor, and I nurture, and Amp gives me plenty of opportunities to do both.

And with that last question, I think it’s about time to wrap this posting up.  If you guys have any other questions or comments to myself or to Kevin, please send them our way.   Puppy play is a magical activity that is performed in many different ways, share your experiences here or tell us what you think we should talk about next.  Until then, keep those tails wagging and we will catcha later!! AROUUUUUUUU

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A handlers point of view

The topic of today’s post is one near and dear to my heart: Bonds. Only this time, they’re not the ropey ones you might expect that often begin with lube and end with a splat or two in several directions. No, this time, the bond is an emotional one, and it’s the one I share with my handler, Kevin.

Many pups seek a handler not really knowing who they are as a group, or even knowing many of them as individuals. I can tell you that from my experience, they’re just as diverse as puppies, and when the right handler meets the right pup, their dynamic together can be as powerful as any I’ve ever seen. Now, not all puppies and handlers get into our frisky little fetish the same way, and my handler and I are a great example of that. So, let me just say how glad I am that my Daddy and handler, Kevin, has agreed to contribute to the blog and share his own perspective.

AMP:

First off, let me ask you about how you got into puppy play…

KEVIN:

Well, as you know, we came at it from very different perspectives originally. My first experience of puppy play was attending a puppy night just by accident in Amsterdam while on vacation. It was lots of heavy industrial music interrupted by “How Much is That Doggie In the Window?” Guys in tails and hoods and not much else, lifting their legs on each other and doing dog tricks in competition. I just thought it was otherworldly. My husband was instantly turned off and remains so to this day.
But about a year later, I was in a bar here in town and this cute guy comes up to me and says, “Woof.” Since that’s a common expression in the bear community, I thought nothing of it, and I said, “Hi.” Instead of responding, he put his head between my pecs and nuzzled me, looking up into my eyes. “Woof,” he said again. And then he just pulled away and wandered off into the crowd. That was when I really got intrigued as to what puppy play was. Before, I thought like a lot of people do, that it was a sort of surrogate beastiality, where guys were fucking guys pretending to be animals because it was too gross or illegal to actually do it.

AMP:

And then you found me.

KEVIN:

We found each other, that’s true. I did some reading and was very attracted to the idea of nurturing and mentoring, and puppy play seemed to offer that. But you found me through being part of the kink community — and a certain number of the people in that world do puppy play simply for fun and as a sexual fantasy and release, and there’s nothing wrong with that. But I came at puppy play to be able to express love and be a caretaking mentor. As you’ve often heard me joke, “Some guys say their cocks are hardwired to their nipples; mine is hardwired to my heart.”

AMP:

And that’s led to some bumps in the road for us.

KEVIN:

True. But that’s also one of the reasons we’re still together almost a year later. I know that for some arrangements, a pair will get together and set up all their rules of engagement before they ever begin and try not to deviate from those protocols. But I was more about finding the right pup for me, and then having our bond evolve to follow the trajectory of our growth.

AMP:

Speaking of which, how do you think a pair keeps their bond solid and moving in the right direction?

KEVIN:

Well, for me, I like having the constant things, those reminders of who you are to each other. And they’re like little creature comfort things. We like to nuzzle and watch “Sherlock” or “Walking Dead,” as well as suit up for the local monthly Fetish Night at the bar or do those things that puppies and handlers will do when the lights are low (smiling). But, we’d never been to an actual cinema together until recently because for some strange reason, they insist you wear clothes. Turns out and we both had a blast going to see “Frozen” — not just because it was a great movie, but because it was something new to share. So I like having a combination of the dependable things we do regularly and each of us contributing suggestions of new adventures to come. For example, we just attended a competition, where we got to meet other pups and their handlers and watch how their dynamics are both similar and different from our own. From some, we got ideas of things we’d like to try in and out of the bedroom, and from others, we saw just how much drama there is when the rules are too rigid, too vague, or just too poorly communicated.

And with that, there are so many more questions to ask, and rest assured each will be answered. Next week we will continue to ask hard-hitting questions that reflect on what handler do and how they handle situations with pups. Got a question only a handler can answer? Well leave a comment below and we will have Kevin back next week to answer any inquiries. As always, be safe and keep wagging!

AROUUUUUUU!!

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Commenting On Your Comments

As we start a new year, it feels as though new puppies are coming out of the woodwork everywhere – new organizations being formed and competitions being announced.  And with that, comes a new population of puppies, some experienced, some completely new to the community that lies before them.  To the newcomers, I say welcome to the crazy, opinionated, sometimes unruly and dramatic world that is puppy play; and to the more veteran pups, I ask that you don’t scare the fuck out of the new puppies (how else are we going to resupply if you scare away the fresh meat?).  But in all seriousness, as we head into this new year of fun and play, I look back onto a year full of so many exciting events full of new people, puppies, leathermen and otherwise.  I also, in this being a still new space to which I blog and share opinions, look back onto questions and comments I’ve accumulated over the past couple months. So for today, rather than covering a specific topic, I’m going to comment on your comments, looking back at what was 2013, and answer any lingering questions, comments or opinions that were otherwise still needing to be addressed.

Puppy Comment: “My biggest question about getting into puppy play is how to get started.”

Response: Well let’s start by addressing a very general question that we all have had at one point or another if we’ve been interested in puppy play: “How do I start?” Well the simple answer to that is to be a puppy, be educated and be curious.  Do your research, find a local PAH (Puppies and Handler) group of some kind that you can join.  If no pup group exists in your area, I highly recommend checking out the many puppy groups that exist on Facebook for the very nature of finding other puppies and communicating.  If even that is too daunting a task, to start playing like a pup, visualize what puppies do and how they act, reflect and see yourself as a puppy, focusing on that inner persona and playfulness you wish to capture and see what happens.

Puppy Comment: “Do all puppies have handlers, and if so how does one find a handler?”

Response: Regarding whether all puppies have handlers, the simple answer is no. It all depends on what a puppy wants in his/her puppy relationship, however that looks to them.   Some puppies are looking for a handler/master/trainer while others feel they do not need or even want one.  So to answer that part of the question, no, not all puppies have or need a handler; puppies can be just that: puppies.  As for the how to find a handler, I refer you to a previous blog post that covers that very topic in detail: .

Puppy comment:  “I am super interested in puppy play, but I’ve been discouraged by my Sirs/Mentors about going down this route, as they think getting into puppy play would lessen my ability to be a boy and may restrict myself.”

Response: Preposterous! While being a puppy may get you into a few “restricting” positions *wink*, to assume that being a puppy makes you less of a boy/slave/person in any way shape or form would be making an assumption.  Unless of course they are not only leather masters, but also masters of telepathy and therefore know what you’re thinking.  The fact that you’ve come to this blog would assume that you are at least the a bit interested in puppy play.  In response to any Sirs or Mentors that you may play with, I might tell them that puppy play helps people of all shapes/sizes/genders/backgrounds to open up, and join a community that accepts and empowers them to be more than they thought they could before, not less. The puppy community at times is more accepting than any other group I’ve ever had the opportunity to be a part of. Boys can be puppies, puppies can be boys, Sirs can even be puppies if they want; being a puppy does not detract from a boy headspace, simply adds another facet to who YOU are.

Rather than look at what puppy play seems to be, explain what it is or what you would like it to be to you to your Sir/Mentor. Explain that its about fun, growth, and being yourself in a very primal, very bare bones, innocent sort of way.  I would, in this situation, ask what reservation that your Sir or Mentor has against puppy play, what causes the stigma he has and most importantly, tell him how interested you are in it.  A relationship of any kind where a submissive answers to dominant of some kind is always revolving around and about communication.

Puppy Comment: “How do I begin training as a pup and learning the headspace specifically?

Response: While similar to question one, I find the additional question about headspace the real meat of this question (Mmmmmm meat).  Before we discuss specifically how one can (results may vary) “get into” headspace, lets quickly define “headspace”. Headspace, oddly enough, is best described by urban dictionary as: “The state of mind/consciousness you are in. It may or may not be an altered frame of mind.”

For some, getting into headspace requires a bit of visualization or meditating, and I will direct you to Sirius pups FCT (first collar training) as I believe they do a wonderful job of explaining it in a nice video: .  For others, headspace is about getting into their pup gear: hoods, paws, tail and so forth; like an actor putting on a costume, the puppy needs their alter ego’s wear in order to bring them to fruition.  Finally, the last idea I will leave you with is to find someone who is your superior in this area, someone knowledgeable in puppy play, and feel them out, play and just experience the activity while feeling out what you like and maybe dislike about puppy play.  What gets some into headspace, may in fact, bring you out of it, and so trial and error may be your best way to get into a headspace; besides, as your parents always said, you’ll never know if you like it until you try it.

And with that, I’m in the proper headspace to head to bed and call it a night.  If you like this sort of Q and A sort of blocking, where I give you an honest opinion as someone who always has a pup’s best interests at heart, please like, fav, comment and share.  A community is nothing without the people, puppies and hanlders that make it, so lets look forward to 2014 and continue being the inquisitive, insightful and kinky individuals we all look to be!
ARROUUU

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