Keep it safe, I’ll be back for it later. If the cops show up asking questions, I was with you allllllll night..
katiesendeavours said: Hi there, I've noticed you don't particularly seem to enjoy your bratty traits. May I ask if there's any reason for that? I'm quite bratty myself, purely because I love it when sir puts me in my place, and I just adore that side of myself. Thanks :)
Such a subjective word.
I’m a handful at times, I know this. I tease, I’m very lighthearted. I’ll call out things that make me laugh, even if they’re at His expense. I’m impulsive and sometimes make shit decisions. And I fully expect Him to find me hysterically adorable… but to also take matters into his own hands if he feels I’ve crossed a line or have gotten too sassy. (Read: smart-mouthed.) He needs me to be respectful and obedient, but I need him on his toes. And the right man for me will appreciate and want that, too.
What I DON’T do, and what I view as bratty, is top. Test him. Act in a way that gets me a particular result or action from him. That’s not Dominance or submission… it’s manipulation. And that includes defying or disobeying because I ‘want’ to be punished. That’s not punishment… that’s a reward for shitty, very NONsubmissive behavior.
Now ‘sassy’ on the other hand… that might be my word for what others call bratty. Humor. Snark. Pushing him with a smile on my face… just… to see… what he’ll… do :-D NOT disobedience leading to punishment or the breakdown of the relationship, but PERSONALITY… that could very well lead to ‘fun’ishment.
This is a perfect summary. My view on ‘bratty’ as well.
And here is my view on when a sub acts “bratty” for attention…
Dossie Easton & Catherine A. Liszt, The Ethical Slut (via daddylookingforhisbaby)
#CommonCore This is how the Government gets the unemployment rate.
Common core is so over complicated and makes no sense to use it in everyday life.
I actually disagree. When teaching math it sometimes helps kids break down large numbers into more manageable pieces. Would it be easy to add 8 and 5, sure but when teaching a concept you can’t throw large numbers into the mix and expect it to make sense.
By making round numbers (like 10’s) that are easier to add to you make the problem easier AND you can then explain why you got the answer you did instead of just saying something along the lines of “because thats how I added.”
Old school adders can say what they want because thats the way they were taught (I was as well) but I do think this system makes more sense in the long run once you understand it.