BDSM Couple Invents New “Slang”

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YANGOR, MAINE

In what many are calling “the hottest scene they have ever witnessed,” master and slave couple William Montgomery and slave beth engaged in a very intense “party preparation scene” for their weekly wine and cheese gathering at the couples home.

“I don’t really have words for it,” said Kaley Horn, 28, one of the party attendees.  “She was collared and he was opening the wine and he just looks at her and says ‘Grate the cheese, bitch’ and she did.  Vermont cheddar, if I recall.  She did it with such passion, such devotion, such love.  You could tell as those thin slivers of cheese fell to the cutting board how much she adored and worshipped him.”

The phrase has spread through the BDSM community like wildfire.  Now many are using it all over the east coast and there are reports of the expression reaching dungeons as far west as Ohio.

“It worries me a little that it is being used so much without context,” said Master David Ross, 48, one of the original party goers.  “It can sound a little harsh if you don’t know where it comes from.”

Various forms of the expression have erupted in the Maine scene, such as “she really grated the cheese” as an expression of a bottom’s exceptional performance in a scene.  Or “He’s nice, but I wouldn’t grate his cheese” as an expression of disinterest in a particular partner.

Some of the women in the scene with exceptional qualities or who are much sought after are being touted as “total cheese graters” or simply TCG.

All the attention has left the couple both flattered and a little overwhelmed.  “In a way, we couldn’t be happier,” said the 52 year old master, “wine and cheese is who we are and, as you can see, beth truly is a total cheese grater.”

Photo credit: Beverly Yuen Thompson CC: NC

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