Sunday, 16 October 2011
Monday, 10 October 2011
This is my new toy, a clockwork doll. German of course, like all the very best toys. She's absolutely perfect, completely mine, completely obedient. Exceptionally well behaved, and even made her own display case. I'm absolutely thrilled to bits with her, I'll never get bored with dressing her up... and occasionally undressing her and fiddling with her features.
Saturday, 8 October 2011
Thursday, 6 October 2011
Photos of me, by Natacha Haroldsen on PhotoshopGurus.
Bint is Arabic for girl. It entered the English language in the 19th century apparently.
But during the 1940s, tens of thousands of men were rotated through the 8th Army in North Africa. They developed their own slang borrowing words from Arabic, Italian and German. Much of this 'bat' was brought home to the UK and Australia and words like kaput, bint and shufti, found they way into the language and were common right into the 1970s.
As for being derogatory? That depends on context, you can have a stupid bint, a pukka bint, a moistened bint, or an amour piecing bint.