The Frugal Domme


Paddles, of course, have to be in everyone's toy bag. There are many materials that can be used as paddles. It's almost amazing how many there are.

We have a mix of paddles that we make, and paddles that we buy for resale. Yoyo, who made many of the paddles that we did sell just isn't up to making them for us due to chronic illness. We do hope he gets well enough to make more, but we're all getting a bit older. Shep's brother makes many of our wooden paddles, but as a trucker, he's on the road so much, we can't depend on him making all of our stock.

We do try not to buy junk. We do have a few people who make some of our stock now. You can depend on it that we have really tried to buy the best stuff from independent craftsmen. Imported does, however, mean that we didn't make it, and it was possibly mass produced or done from templates.

Once you've gotten the nice, well behaved, grown up paddles, try a couple of toy stores for some cheap (and okay, they are a bit flimsy) really silly things like ping pong paddles and those things for kid ball games that have sharks, butterflies, or what not laminated on the plastic they are made of. Domina has one that's a shark...and she'll hum the theme from Jaws as she uses it. The whole thing is a bit terrifying.

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