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Jim & Tammys Upper Room

by Dan W 

Posted: 26 February 2006
Word Count: 218
Summary: This isnt quite finished yet so sorry about the ending!

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Spotless... absolutely spotless. No matter what time of day (or night) you find yourself in this room it will always be this way.
Jim and Tammy are fastidious about their cleanliness,along with their discretion. When you have a room like theirs,believe me you have to be discreet.

OK people,back to the room. Adorning the wall facing you as you enter the room is the most fantastic array of boots.
Different sizes,lengths,materials;PVC,leather,rubber
latex,suede,cord,you name it they've got it. Boots with heels,lace ups,zips.Thigh boots,knee high boots,ankle boots,and ones that fit you like you were poured into them!

The one thing that unites this fine collection of foot and legwear is their colour.They are all
black. Jim and Tammy like black.

Yes folks,this is 'leg worship central',amongst other things of course...
So,if leg worship aint 'your bag' so to speak,there are many more terrifying pieces of
equipment and 'tools of pain' to entertain you.

Providing the home entertainment
are a 'butchers block' and a torture chair.The chair I might add is a beautiful piece
made from oak,with gothic carvings. Very tasteful.

Dominating (no pun intended ) the centre of the room is a large 'revolving wheel' which im informed works both vertically and horizontally!! Donít worry folks, its fitted with leather straps just in case you were worried about falling off!

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sazzyjack at 11:52 on 27 February 2006  Report this post
Dan, you're not Jim by any chance are you?
I like the informal tone of this. It's well written and fun.


Dan W at 16:18 on 27 February 2006  Report this post
No Saz, I am Tammy!! haha..only joking.

Thanks for liking it!!


Jolie at 13:11 on 05 March 2006  Report this post
The thing I like most about this is the contrast between describing the 'tools of the pain' and the the oak chair.

The chair I might add is a beautiful piece made from oak,with gothic carvings. Very tasteful

The way it's described is so different to the other descriptions.

The informal style that you have written in, is easy to read and works well with this piece.


Dan W at 13:15 on 05 March 2006  Report this post
Thanks Sarah, really appreciate your reply and constructive comments. Glad you found more to the piece than most would.


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