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Tuesday August 5th, 2008 @ 9:35 PM

Filed under: Play Piercing

A long time ago (in a galaxy far away) I read a story where one partner binds, blindfolds and then cuts to shreds the other partner. However once the blindfold was removed it was merely a credit card and some warm water, a royal mindfuck. Has anyone else ever heard of this? Can anyone direct me to where I read this? I want to reread it to get the setup correct (as a lead in to actual blood play.)

Thanks for any help.

I have no idea where you read it but mind games and sensory play are all about imagination. It’s all about the build-up, the setting of the scene and creating an atmosphere of apprehension. For example, clothes pegs can be used instead of needles providing you take the time and trouble to pay attention to the details. One of my favourite tricks when play piercing is after unsheathing half the needles and rather audibly dropping the plastic sheaths on the trolley, asking the piercee if they have been counting how many needles I am going to use. They then think I might be messing with their head by picking up and re-dropping the plastic tubes. It’s all fun, fun fun! Bear in mind, though, when you indulge in play of this sort, you must ensure your play partners mental well being as well as physical. My advice? Have a search on the internet and find some BDSM (bondage, discipline, sado-masochism) forums. Join up. There’s a whole wealth of information out there about how to play safely, sanely and consensually.

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2 Responses to “More Like Play Cutting”

  1. Hehe, fun. To replicate the story: get yourself a Wartenburg Wheel, BME Shop sells/did sell them cheaply (<$15). They’re like a spiked pizza cutter used by neurologists to test nerve function. When rolled over the skin, most people can’t distinguish them from a scalpel if blindfolded. Dip in fake blood (corn syrup and food dye) and slash away :D

    redeye on August 5th, 2008 at 11:25 pm
  2. It’s called sensation play :) The same effect can be reached by putting a butter knife in the fridge for a while. The cold makes it feel sharp.

    Dimruthien on August 6th, 2008 at 11:00 am

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