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poem21045

Tribune
The Name Game

Tonight we have the young lady from Alex Bald's Crucifixion 19 (part 1).

She begins the video slowly, standing on her pretty toes and only emitting a few moans. But as things heat up, she starts her dance and seems rather uncomfortable in the down (hanging) position.

This gives rise to what sound like complaints, or possibly entreaties to be relieved of her situation. Because I don't speak Russian, I have no idea as to the content of her protestations. But I do have a name for her: Loquace (pronounced LOO-kas). It is French for talkative.

Let's hear some more name suggestions for this beauty! (And a good translation of what she says, if anyone can do that.)


(Remember to click on the audio!)

 

Apostate

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Staff member
Let's hear some more name suggestions for this beauty! (And a good translation of what she says, if anyone can do that.)

(Remember to click on the audio!)


My Russian is rusty as hell, but the first thing she says is "I can't (something) . . . please." I think she says "forgive" at least once.
 

poem21045

Tribune
My Russian is rusty as hell, but the first thing she says is "I can't (something) . . . please." I think she says "forgive" at least once.
Thanks, Apostate!

"I can't (something)...please." Let's see. . . what could she be saying?

Maybe, "I can't scratch my nose"?
or, "I can't play the cello"?
or, "I can't day-trade from up here"?
or, "I can't concentrate enough to reconcile asymptotic symmetry to Einstein's theory of General Relativity. Buggers!"?

Could be any of these. . . .
 

Apostate

Administrator
Staff member
Thanks, Apostate!

"I can't (something)...please." Let's see. . . what could she be saying?

Maybe, "I can't scratch my nose"?
or, "I can't play the cello"?
or, "I can't day-trade from up here"?
or, "I can't concentrate enough to reconcile asymptotic symmetry to Einstein's theory of General Relativity. Buggers!"?

Could be any of these. . . .

Indeed. :risas3:
 

poem21045

Tribune
The Name Game

I know we all like our crucified ladies' knees bent (the better to dance with, said the big bad wolf). But occasionally we have a rigging that mimics the traditional crucifix pose, to wit:
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The downside of this, of course, is that this position limits the dance, or struggle on the cross. There is sometimes an upside, however, as in Alex Bald's Crucifixion 16. Here the very attractive (IMHO) model does a great job struggling against her ropes. It actually seems very sexy to me, in a bondage kind of way, restriction being the hallmark of the bondage experience.

As for a name, I would simply call her Crucifixia. Any other name ideas out there?


(By the way, in perusing several dozen crucifix pics to write this post, I noticed that about 90% of crucifixes have ole' Jesus' head lolling to the side. And it's always looking to his right. Anyone know the reason? Is it because that's where the "good thief" was supposed to hang? The nuns didn't tell us about this!)

 

Apostate

Administrator
Staff member
The Name Game

I know we all like our crucified ladies' knees bent (the better to dance with, said the big bad wolf). But occasionally we have a rigging that mimics the traditional crucifix pose, to wit:
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The downside of this, of course, is that this position limits the dance, or struggle on the cross. There is sometimes an upside, however, as in Alex Bald's Crucifixion 16. Here the very attractive (IMHO) model does a great job struggling against her ropes. It actually seems very sexy to me, in a bondage kind of way, restriction being the hallmark of the bondage experience.

As for a name, I would simply call her Crucifixia. Any other name ideas out there?


(By the way, in perusing several dozen crucifix pics to write this post, I noticed that about 90% of crucifixes have ole' Jesus' head lolling to the side. And it's always looking to his right. Anyone know the reason? Is it because that's where the "good thief" was supposed to hang? The nuns didn't tell us about this!)


poem, I call it "The Imitation of Christ" or "The Blasphemy Component," and I used to think it a lot less erotic than bent knees and The Dance.

Then some years back Yupar changed my mind. :babeando:

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Baron Von Sade

Magistrate
The Name Game

I know we all like our crucified ladies' knees bent (the better to dance with, said the big bad wolf). But occasionally we have a rigging that mimics the traditional crucifix pose, to wit:
View attachment 913912
The downside of this, of course, is that this position limits the dance, or struggle on the cross. There is sometimes an upside, however, as in Alex Bald's Crucifixion 16. Here the very attractive (IMHO) model does a great job struggling against her ropes. It actually seems very sexy to me, in a bondage kind of way, restriction being the hallmark of the bondage experience.

As for a name, I would simply call her Crucifixia. Any other name ideas out there?


(By the way, in perusing several dozen crucifix pics to write this post, I noticed that about 90% of crucifixes have ole' Jesus' head lolling to the side. And it's always looking to his right. Anyone know the reason? Is it because that's where the "good thief" was supposed to hang? The nuns didn't tell us about this!)

I personally prefer the tighter hold. Sometimes the big arches and stretches take me out of the scene.
 

Apostate

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Staff member
I personally prefer the tighter hold. Sometimes the big arches and stretches take me out of the scene.
Certainly this lady's glistening, quivering immobility packs an astonishing erotic punch. :eeek: :babeando::very_hot:

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poem21045

Tribune
Certainly this lady's glistening, quivering immobility packs an astonishing erotic punch. :eeek: :babeando::very_hot:

I agree that this young miss is charged with erotic energy. She does a great job of emoting.

BUT, for some reason she reminds me of an upcoming November holiday (in the US, at least), and how a certain fowl appears when it's undergoing a traditional process in the oven.

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Both she and the turkey look delicious. And I'd love to have the job of basting her!
 

Baron Von Sade

Magistrate
I agree that this young miss is charged with erotic energy. She does a great job of emoting.

BUT, for some reason she reminds me of an upcoming November holiday (in the US, at least), and how a certain fowl appears when it's undergoing a traditional process in the oven.

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Both she and the turkey look delicious. And I'd love to have the job of basting her!
Well, a pretty CruxGirl IS something to be thankful for!
 

Baracus

Rectidolor
I agree that this young miss is charged with erotic energy. She does a great job of emoting.

BUT, for some reason she reminds me of an upcoming November holiday (in the US, at least), and how a certain fowl appears when it's undergoing a traditional process in the oven.

View attachment 914326

Both she and the turkey look delicious. And I'd love to have the job of basting her!
Yeah,as much as I love a sweaty crux-girl,I do admit that she does seem a bit over-oiled...lol
 
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