Discussion in 'Free Thoughts' started by Beer w/Straw, Oct 31, 2022.
Um... the title pretty much says it all.
Other than that, have a great day!
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what do you mean by "open word"?
Is the misspelling deliberate?
Um... I got a message from someone else... (private) yet I'm concerned at the spelling. Is it wrong to explain words the way they sound?\\
Oh that’s so nasty
you aren’t well behaved at all
you have an email address where we can talk about this more ?
yes but it has different wide ranging cultural variations of value
if you sat in a baptist church and said "masturbation" out loud it would be considered very rude and offensive
it is also a topic of argument if masturbation is allowed by those in celebrate religions
The Pope has said his nuns are not averse to watching porn.
Maybe "celebrate" was an intentional misspelling?
Times may be changing.
The Catholics do celebrate mass
An "open word"? I will check the Catechism...maybe notPlease Register or Log in to view the hidden image!
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Well, there should obviously be a space after the honorific form of address: Master Bation.
I don't know when the Bation ancestors first arrived in Canada, but with respect to the US it was supposedly the late 19th-century.
Rather than using the surname, a household servant of the Bation family would address a son -- who was still a lad -- as "Master James" (or Luke, Sam, Bruce, etc).
Really have no idea with respect to the BDSM community, but I suppose it's possible that a "last-name-like" moniker could contingently be used in conjunction with "Master". Akin to usages like "Mistress Báthory".
Allen Ginsberg's poem "Please Master" offers no insights, since it would generically avoid specific identifications like that, regardless. Here's a censored version: https://hellopoetry.com/poem/73/please-master/
Though we can surely say for the sake of juvenile parody or facetiousness alone that somebody in the business would be titled Master Bation, if not a widely distributed multitude. It's got to be one of the oldest, most boring items around, like these relics.
Still haven't heard anybody define what the term "open word" means, so it is pretty much impossible to answer the OP until we know what an "open word" is.
I assumed it meant "not tabou" ie "open for use"
Isn't that something they use in a relay race, the runner in the lead is the masterbaton holder, something like that?
So, I guess the answer to the OP is, yes the word masturbation is open for use. What a waste of a thread.
Im not sure whare you'r goin wit this... an im not judgen you... but just so you know... i quit that nasty masterbation habbit when i was 12 years old.!!!
The quote "Shit." was me.
The rest was his quote in a PM.
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