Thursday, August 19, 2004

Balls O' Fire

At this point, whenever I wear the chain collar or chrome cockring from Big, I break out. Red, itchy, and scaley. I miss wearing the collar keenly, and so I've been making do with a leather thong. But I can't not wear the cockring. So what I've been doing is keeping it on until I can't stand it anymore, and then giving it a rest for a few day. And, it's summer, and summer for me has always meant jock itch.

All this adds up to some really really itchy balls. I savor the rare opportunities presented to me when I can just scratch away, going hog wild. I'm finding that my Starbuck's card, always in my pocket, makes a very useful tool for this purpose.

I know I know I know. You're not supposed to scratch. But I have always been a scratcher. Never able to resist an itch. So I bleed. So what? It feels good.

And, I suspect that scratching is less abrasive than my other way of... *ahem* "treating" my situation. Y'see, when I get in the shower in the morning, the water is initially really hot before I adjust it. Hot as in intolerably so. Except--you guessed it--on my balls. I just let the steaming water flow over them. It feels wondeful. Absolutely wonderful.

And, it tends to make them verrrry sensitive. Just a wee tickle and it has the sensation of electricity.

So yeah! I'm a balls scratchin', cigar smokin', whip wieldin', cabinet makin', stick weldin', leather wearin', dog walkin', latte swillin' kinda guy.

The World best make room for me.


2 comments:

Lolita said...

Your chain and cockring may contain nickel and you may have a nickel allergy. This is fairly common. My girlfriend breaks out from nickel. I also developed a nickel allergy after about 60 days into wearing a chain that was soldered on my neck for 90 days. (I wore a lot of turtlenecks those last 30 days!)

I recommend that you switch to stainless steel. It's a little more expensive but you're worth it. Unless you like scratching yourself bloody...

Oh, and I got Slaveboy a titanium cockring from Mr S. Very pretty and no worries about metal alergies.

Hoss said...

My darling:
As usual your post is...vivid. I second Lolita's advice. As usual.

Hoss