How I Became Internationally Renowned In The D/S Community

Well my plan to take over the internets and then the world is, in my gay opinion, slowly working it’s way to fruition, in part thanks to my gig on Fiverr. I was contacted by a Canadian D/S couple, H and Alyce, to see if I’d be interested in recording answers to some of their questions for a podcast they do along with H’s assistant Kitty. Since that’s something I’ve never done before (it’s been a long, long, long time since I said that) I wanted to check a few things out before committing to do it:

#1: I needed to Google “D/S” because I had no clue what that meant. For those as vanilla (with rainbow sprinkles) as I am, it means dominant and submissive. Whew! Not the strangest thing I’ve Googled and not something I have a problem with.

#2: I asked for a link to their podcast. I’ll do a lot for $5 but I won’t put my reputation on the line (for the sake of this post, lets pretend the reputation I have is a good one) for something I don’t like. I enjoyed the podcast and I laughed so much that I listened to all the episodes they had posted. I now consider myself a fan.

#3: I had to get my partner on board to help me with the recording side of things. They told me I could use my phone to record but that’s assuming I know where my phone is and I know how to turn it on. Luckily my partner has recording thingies (sorry for the high-tech terminology) on his computer, otherwise I would have had to find a tape recorder, a blank cassette and mailed it in.

I agreed to do the podcast, the check cleared and the recording went off without a hitch…well a few glitches but no swearing or throwing things, so an over all success. So without further ado here is the link to me Special Guest Staring (just like Heather Locklear on Melrose Place) on Vanilla Twist.

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