More on honorifics…
A lady on Twitter wrote about how she made an idiot (she’s a findomina, so NICE!) – write out “I’m sorry Ma’am) – because the clown that was supposed to pay her never did.
I’m sure the reason was genuine, hence the punishment – which he likely enjoyed too!
Repetition of the same chant, the same affirmations, the same incantations, leads to belief, and once that belief becomes a deep conviction – things begin to happen!
If there was ONE Statement to which I could distil my world famous book on attracting femdom to you (proof’s in the pudding) – then this is it, and it ain’t just repeating certain things either, it’s about FEELING!
Pooja Memsahib, for instance, would often make me chant her name – and meditate on her CRAP – literally – 108 times daily!
The number is special in India, for some reason.
I dont know if Candy Ma’am (the lady above) – made her slut do that, but I believe she made him write it out 108 times too, I’ll have to see, but not sure, but it was a lot of times!
I often remember Madam Aa Ling making me do a similar thing, affirming my devotion and utter submission to her, a former lady of the night – on the toilet paper she and her mom used – 108 times. Hehe.
Paye Lagu, Madam, you’re so nice!
But anyway, I replied to Candy Ma’am.
“The word Ma’am is just so NICE!
Simple statement, yet, the vibes shone through.
Now, I’ve written HERE about why honorifics aren’t always, and in many cases, necessary.
It’s a must read, so read that bit above…
It boils down to this, words have a VIBE behind them.
It’s not so much what you say, its HOW you say it.
It’s the feeling behind your words that the person can FEEL.
And…. if the feeling is right?
To me, I use the term Ma’am all the time either “Madam” before her name”, or as is done in subcontinent “after her name”.
Both are equally nice to me, equally sexy, most of all, they paint a picture of me “beneath her forever” – every time I use those words.
THAT – is the real key, my friend!
And thats why I think the word “Ma’am is so nice … “.
And why I also think honorifics are great, but not always required!
Hope that explained it.
Paye Lagu, Madam (perfect Madam Candy), you’re great, no matter what!