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The Boston FFF in Providence

January 15th, 2008 · 4 Comments

My Fetish Fair Fleamarket experience was limited by my cold. But I had a really great time. The weekend afforded some real quality intimate time with Don Quixote. We avoided the big evening events and opted for quiet dinners with friends. We had two really fabulous meals, one at Cassalina’s in the Italian section and the other at the McCormick & Schmick’s in the Biltmore Hotel.

The two classes I taught went well and I was able to see two other classes. Midori’s Humiliation class as fun, very crowded and way too short for the information she wanted to provide. Master Harley’s class on Training a Submissive Boy helped me realize some things about myself. I don’t interview submissives. I prefer to seduce submission from someone. That seems to be my pattern and it works for the kind of multidimensional relationships I seek. Formal protocol is not a turn-on for me. I just want some basics to be taken care of, like tissue management and boot removal at the end of the day.

Shopping is the highlight at the Flea. We ordered a new petticoat from Purple Passion, bought canes from Prism and a new gag for DQ which I really look forward to trying out. And I got frilly pretty panties from Delicious Corsets and the Two Knotty Boys book from Twisted Monk.

DQ and I had a threesome scheduled with Hot Chocolate for Saturday night. We attended a small private party in a rented villa. With my cold, I was not up for play at all. So I was a total voyeur and just sat on the couch mouth breathing as my two dates played with each other. I felt no stress or obligation.

Tags: Event Reviews

  • Jocasta

    We ate at Cassalini’s too. Fabulous food! What did you get?
    We shared the calamari and I got the veal Anthony. I would go back there and would recommend it. They also had the best prices of the menus the concierge showed us.

  • Lolita

    Boymeat and I shared the veal piccata and a shrimp with pasta dish, Really yummy. And DQ shared his caramel cheesecake with me. Oh!

  • Jocasta

    Too bad they don’t have resturants this good in DC. The Sunday breakfast buffet at the Courtyard was excellent also.

  • Lolita

    My favorite restaurant in DC is Kramer’s (http://www.kramers.com). It’s in Dupont Circle and very delicious.