Chains, Whips, and Posh Noise Cancelling Devices

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47 thoughts on “Chains, Whips, and Posh Noise Cancelling Devices”

  1. BAHAHAHAHA 😀 Oh my God 😀 Magaly I don’t think I can stop laughing ❤💜 gosh I was literally holding onto my stomach where she says ““Seriously, Madam Seer, don’t cry.” Luciernega patted Lily’s hand. “If you give it to your lover easily and fearlessly…” Beautifully executed! Thank you so much for participating at Prompt Nights and for your constant love and support ❤💜

    Lots of love,

  2. I must confess that choosing the three cards and interpreting them myself made writing my piece easy too. It was fun to do and am so glad you had so much fun with it as well. Clearly reading minds has a certain advantage over Tarot cards which can always be interpreted a number of ways.

  3. This story made me so smiley! Using a tarot card image as a writing muse is a great idea. There are so many amazing decks out now.
    You are the High Priestess of stories! 🙂

  4. Oo-la-la! Thrusts and safe words! This had such a Steampunkey feel to me. Darkish and delightful. I think these girls are going to be the best of besties! I would love to read them again, sometime?

  5. That was AWESOME!!! CWS…I got the lovers too, but for my past. Not complaining mind as he is still in my present and will be in my Future *and I want those gloves…sure I had some once* :d XXX

  6. Loved this Magaly. It gave me a short story idea. Thinking to write one featuring me and Holly, with Alice :). Much love my dear, miss you on Facebook xXx

    • I hope you have fun in the writing of your tale.

      I’m sorry we haven’t seen each other too much on Facebook. When I stopped using my profile, my friends list was deleted. It has taken me a while to friend people back. But I’m always her on my blog. 😉

  7. This was fun. You wrote it in a way where I initially disregarded the idea that it was going to end the way it did – with the student as someone way better than the teacher. I’m not sure how you cut off that route so I wouldn’t go there myself before you were ready, but you did.

  8. And an absolute blast to read – i loved every word and picture.. also a Black Alice tea set – can we come to play? Great to read your work again ❤️

  9. Oh this was hysterical! I started snickering with the glow worm girl’s name (it reminded me of a character from Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Chanterelle, the mushroom) and kept giggling from there.

  10. I felt I was in the room observing this exchange. I happen to have a little mind reading Lily of my own. I feel the urge to get back into the cards..thanks.

  11. You listen to me, missy. I have a sleeping child on either side of me, and my laughing is shaking the whole bed (perhaps the whole house!). This is fabulous!

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