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    Merlin1
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    Laughing at myself yesterday, while in a big hardware store (one of my natural habitats) I happened upon an attractive woman trying [and failing] to cut chain to length. Sadly she lacked either the strength or weight to use the provided chain cutters, what I should have done if offer to help but instead I found myself quietly enjoying the show, she didn’t quit easily.. second best bondage-porn I’ve seen all week! 🙂

    Yep, I’ve got a metal bondage “problem” 🙂

    Hopefully someone else has had similar realisations..?

    Cheers

    Rich

    #26679

    Jeff
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    Greetings from New Jersey,

    Hi Merlin. Oh yes you are not alone in that “problem”. I can’t say I’ve run into your particular scenario but as I fairly frequently find myself in either of the two big DIY home stores in my area I do find myself noticing something new and thinking if I could work that into a bondage setting. Sick and twisted? Depends on your point of view. Personally I find it more of a waste of creative juices if I was constantly thinking about how to improve some computer program at work. Where would the “fun” be in that?

    Cheers,

    Jeff

    #26725

    pling
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    I also have kind the same “problem” – DIY stores are a playground 🙂 Always when I am in one I find myself wandering around to look a different things that one could use for bondage (always ends up where the chains and ropes are stored ) and always forget at least one of the things I was meant to buy!

    Pling

    #26726

    Sablesword
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    There is a reason why Home Depot here in the US gets referred to as “Dom Depot.”

    I’m spoiled, at my location. I’ve got two or three hardware stores within a couple of miles of my home. Extend that a few more miles, and there are two or three more. And they’re also good for certain kinds of DIY photography-studio gear.

    #26868

    tfandrew
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    A couple of days ago, my wife and I were in our local DIY store and discovered the chain cutter was now marked “authorised staff only”. I don’t know whether this was just the particular store (or the particular design of cutter) or another sign of the ever growing “nanny state” that the UK is turning into.

    I can also only guess whether the staff member who cut our chain wondered how the strange selection of lengths we asked for might be used. I suspect they know not to ask. 🙂

    Andrew

    #26869

    Sablesword
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    I suspect the “authorized staff only” sign is more about keeping clueless customers from miscutting and wasting chain, rather than a Sign of the Beast Nanny-State.

    But I could be being optimistic, here, given the arrogance and stupidity of the Nanny-State.

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