Little Ruminations on BDSM – Missing Handcuff Keys

What can I say? Passion over took us. It wasn’t planned, it wasn’t prepared for, and handcuffs were very definitely involved.

Now it’s important to know that those particular handcuffs weren’t shitty ones bought in a bad sex shop. They were in fact a pair of honest to goodness law enforcement ones. You know, not the ones with the emergency release switches. The ones with the locks which are supposed to actually work well.

Anyway, where was I? Oh yes, passion had taken over.

And someone was lying on her belly, with her wrists firmly held in the handcuffs. Naughty fun was definitely about to happen. And given that these were two dominant women, one of whom was choosing consciously to submit, there was probably going to be one hell of a fight for supremacy.

You of course noticed the word “probably” in there. Yeah, it didn’t happen that way. Instead someone rang someone. Then someone else realised that the keys to those particular handcuffs were still at the other end of the country.

The moral of this story is as follows;

1: When you decide to have kinky D/s play it’s a really good idea for at least one of you to have it planned out, even a little. Contingency planning is your friend.

2: A little flexibility goes a long way when you’re trapped in a pair of handcuffs

3: Don’t panic, even really, REALLY good handcuffs are stupidly easy to pick with the careful application of a little patience, and an iron nail.

And finally;

4: Before you close those delicious metal, bondage inflicting twin bracelets actually make sure you actually have the keys. Oh and for the love of all that’s unholy, remember to turn off your phones.

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12 Comments to “Little Ruminations on BDSM – Missing Handcuff Keys”

  1. a most exciting episode , lucky job ye had a nail

    • Ah not lucky at all. I’m trained as a woodworker so I always have either some nails, or screws lying around. What was lucky was my being limber enough to get my hands in front of myself again. πŸ˜‰

  2. Indeed, a lady of many talents, and obviously as well as woodwork handy at Metalwork also

  3. Well we all love a tryer πŸ™‚

  4. Two words. Bolt cutters.

    Oh yeah, and thank you for making me chuckle long and heartily from reading this, after a long day in work. πŸ™‚

    • Oh bolts cutters definitely came to mind that night. But they were nice cuffs, and I knew how easy they would be to pick. But those cutters were on standby, believe me.

      And I am very glad to have brought a little sunshine in to your life. πŸ˜‰ You are very welcome.

      • I’m glad you had those bolt cutters to hand, as some handcuffs are a lot more difficult to get out of than others. Sunshine is a good thing to have – I hope your cuffs will bring some into yours as well, once you get the keys reunited with them, that is. πŸ˜‰

      • Oh Gods, those keys were reunited ages ago, that whole misadventure happened about 5 years ago. But those cuffs have brought a lot of sunshine to my life over the intervening time. Speaking of the cuffs, they were about thirty years old and made for the Irish police force. A gift from a former slaveboy of my Mistress. Really beautiful pieces, but somewhat lacking in the whole, “not letting people get away” department. Even so, since then I’ve made sure to have a spare key on my day-to-day keyring just to be on the safe side.

        Like I said in the post, contingency planning is definitely a close, and well regarded friend of mine.

      • A case of safety first… with fun a very close second. πŸ™‚

      • To quote Willow, Darn Tootin’ πŸ˜‰

      • Mmmm… Willow.

        I’ll be in my bunk…

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