submissivelymonroe asked: Hi Cookie dear. I promise you didn't trivialize it at all. I was more commenting (probably inarticulately) on the difference as well. If you feel like it would make you more the best version of yourself then by all means! Don't take my abhorrence at my own problem to reflect on your own choices. Funnily enough, I want to train myself to speak differently as well, just with a different outcome. Two sides of the same coin I think. xx
I find that really interesting, that we come at it from different sides. Maybe we can switch!
Carla hadn’t meant to get closed in with the test girl Alexa, but once the door shut she knew her fate was sealed. She had seen the transformations dozens of times and part of her always wondered what it would be like, though she could never have done it to herself. But part of her mind wondered if she let this happen.
She mulled the thought over for a few seconds before the steam wiped it away forever.
submissivelymonroe asked: Oh dear. I developed a lisp with s's in my early teens and I actually despise it. Gets in the way of logical speech sometimes...I just felt horrified on your behalf and had to reposition my brain to remember you can say no if you really want to. Eep.
Thank you for this and for being so open minded! I don’t mean to belittle people with lisps they can’t control and I probably should have been more thoughtful. You are right though, some people can despise things that others may find appealing. You’re also right that I get a choice, which is not what many people with speech impediments get. It almost makes me seem selfish in a way. But I think it does fit with what I genuinely want, which is to have people judge me as a silly little bimbo…relieving me of the pressure to have to impress or be smart or any of those things.
I’m sorry for your struggles. Lisps do carry connotations in society. I find it interesting though how we see it from two drastically different sides. I think my view is superficial and probably somewhat offensive compared to your’s…and again, I hope I didn’t trivialize it too much. But I think what I think and I’ve learned I can’t really help it…so if Mr. C wants to make it stay and he succeeds…I’m ok with it and the humiliation and connotations it brings with it.
And yes, in the end, I can end it, which makes me lucky I guess.
Sorry for the ramble, but I wanted to thank you sooooo much for making me think about this!
Anonymous asked: Preferred reading material: Hustler or Vanity Fair?
Anonymous asked: What sort of lisp do you think you will have with double tongue piercings?
Last time I had trouble with like th sounds and like soft g’s. I imagine it will probably be similar. Mr. C is interested in finding out if he can get it to stick, which is kind of humiliating. We’ll see…
That is, if tongue piercing wins…
Anonymous asked: Do you know where Tara has been? She hasn't updated in a while.
I do not. I know she’s been busy lately, though. I’m sure she’ll be back!
Anonymous asked: Did Mr. C put bunny ears on his favorite toy and watch her bounce her bouncies for him? And did he then watch her bob those ears up and down, up and down? ;-)
Lol. I bounced my boobies for him and yes, he got a blowjob.