#KinkoftheWeek – Laughter

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As Marie said in her post on the topic, laughter is not really part of our (W’s and my) kink. Which is not to say there isn’t a lot of laughter in our relationship. We laugh and joke and tease like any other couple, outside BDSM play.

Well — I  laugh. You know, when it’s over. In relief.

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And sometimes in the middle of it, out of…I don’t know what. It’s certainly not laughing because it’s funny. It’s just a weird pain reaction, I suppose.

And sometimes I just laugh because of the sheer absurdity of the situation.

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Occasionally I even get a twitch of the lips out of the Mean Guy.

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Ad’s play, however, really centers around laughter. I can’t recall a play session that he wasn’t chuckling and laughing, teasing me, poking at me, and/or generally just being silly – and usually making me, and even W, laugh with him.

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At times it is a welcome respite from the darker-edged seriousness of play with W, and in the past six years that he and I and Ad have played together, I think that Ad’s playfulness has really rubbed off on W, showing him that you can be silly during play. (Seriously. Have you seen the Christmas video?)

Still, if I had to choose, I prefer my kink dark, dangerous –

And serious.

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Comments

  1. Nik Havert

    I’ve always thought that, if you’re not having fun, you’re doing it wrong. I’m hard-wired with this in my brain after walking in on my parents having sex as a kid. They were laughing under the sheets and I thought, “Oh, that’s what sex is. People having fun.”

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