BDSM Class is a “Hit”

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HAMPTON, NORTH DAKOTA

27 students were non-consensually subjected to a workshop filled with puns, wordplay, and occasional malapropisms, according to a local dungeon owner.

“We were as shocked as anyone, when Master Kevin did little in the way of actual instruction, but launched into what appeared to me a poorly rehearsed stand up comedy routine,” said Hanley Dermott, 43, owner of the BDSM Club The Vault.

The class in question, “Getting into the Swing of Things: Basic Flogging Technique” was sold as a BDSM skills class.  According to one attendee, things started to go awry when the presenter, Master Kevin, told the assembled kinksters that his partner couldn’t join them because she was “a little tied up right now” as he flashed pictures of her on the big screen TV, showing some elaborate rope work.

“It wasn’t funny,” said Michelle Cross, 22.  “I mean I’ve only been around a year and I have heard all those jokes before.”

When attendees attempted to leave, Master Kevin engaged in some very personal heckling and insult, leaving the other class members feeling uncomfortable.  The set included jokes about bondage, spanking and flogging, oral and anal sex, and submission.

“We would have left, but we just were afraid he’d attack us,” said Gerald Brin, a 53 year old Master.  “He was getting very personal.  Kind of like Don Rickles but not funny.”

Master Kevin refused to respond to repeated requests, only telling The Daily Flogger that the class was “brand spanking new” and that it was “a bit hit.”

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