We didn’t play yesterday or last night. I replaced my truck’s mirror in a half hour. It was a stupid trim piece that took another half hour and annoyed me to no end. I put all the tools away and took a break. Then I was off to do laundry, make dinner, clean up a bit, take shower, blah, blah, blah. The day just snowballed on me.
One of my tasks was to find Lion’s Jail Bird non-cage [Lion — Locking cock ring]. It was in my lockbox. He struggled to get the base ring on. I struggled to get the alignment correct so the locking screw would fit. For a minute I had flashbacks to the trim piece on the truck mirror.
Every time I have trouble getting a cage on, I realize that I don’t look forward to taking it off again. If I have to put it back on, I’ll have more trouble. So why take it off? And ’round and ’round we go.
I know Lion likes to be caged. I know some cages are easier to put on and take off. I know some cages are easier for him to deal with from comfort and/or peeing standpoint. And I know that’s the only reason I am willing to struggle with putting them on. And, let’s be honest, it’s only once a day. It’s not like it’s a big deal. It’s a few minutes of an inconvenience compared to how much inconvenience for Lion locked away? And then I don’t have to worry about it again until the next day.
Lion asked if I like him in the locking cock ring. He was in bed most of the time. I was busy running around. I didn’t really notice it. He says we can play without taking it off. As I recall, that didn’t work. I don’t remember the exact problem, but I do remember trying. It was awkward at best. We can certainly give it a try again. I’ll probably take it off, though. I like unfettered access to my weenie.