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KingLear0314
Hetero Male Dominant, 45,  Garden City, Michigan
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 KingLear0314

 Dominant Male

 Garden City 

 Michigan

 6' 0"

 210 lbs

 45

 Hetero

 Caucasian

 05/13/06

 

Actively Seeking:

Submissive Female

 Lives For:

 Spanking  (Expert)

 Loves:

 Anal Play  (Expert)

 Begging  (Expert)

 Breast Binding/Play

 Fisting  (Expert)

 Hair Pulling  (Expert)

 Orgasm Control  (Expert)

 Vibrators  (Expert)

I have been Dominant for 20+ years now but currently have no sub. I prefer an obedient sub as opposed to one who feels the need to be "naughty" because she desires punishment. More photos are available...drop me a message and we'll talk!

 

I absolutely understand the caution one must use when meeting a stranger from the internet and I don't judge anyone's life situation but I'm here to actually meet with people, so if your situation makes it very difficult or impossible to meet face-to-face, we probably aren't a good match.

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10/8/2016 3:58:07 PM

Crafting the perfect opening message is tricky. A lot of subs have something in their profiles complaining about the way they're approached in introductory e-mails.

1) "Hi-I'm going to bend you over and fuck you like the whore you are!"

No one really wants to start like that. It doesn't work for construction workers so why would I expect it to work for me? Besides, subs write: "DON'T send me random messages telling me what you'll make me do. Treat me like a person!" Which is quite right.

2) "Hi - I saw your profile and would like to talk further." That's a much nicer opening, but a little brief. Subs will write: "NO one-sentence e-mails! Take the time to write something interesting."

3) "Hi, I'm [deion of who I am and what I'm interested in] and I liked your profile, let me know if you'd like to talk further!" This is the one that I tend to go with - it's respectful but straightforward and hopefully not too passionless. But subs will write: "Guys - don't send cut-and-paste messages. I'm not stupid, I can tell!"

4) Well, this is a quandary. When I open with "Hi, here's who I am", I'm the same guy each time so there are only so many different ways I can describe myself without making up superpowers or something. So, maybe I'll write about her. Hmm...the profile's a little thin.

"Hi, there...uh...blondie[?]. I saw your photos and I imagine if there was one that didn't cut off your head, you'd be really attractive! Your 80 other photos of Japanese cartoons and internet memes are awesome. So, how are things in...umm...Decatur, Michigan? Is there actually a Decatur, Michigan? Fascinating! Hey, I like 'Being more interesting than a list of fetishes' too! You have an air of mystery about you, what with being "Unsure" and "In a relationship" and "Is looking for: play partner, Master, Just friends" with no other explanatory text - exotic!" But then subs will write: "I won't answer unless you include a scenario you have in mind for me."

5) "Hi-I'm going to bend you over and fuck you like the whore you are!" - Ugh, I didn't really want to end up back here...


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