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Wednesday, 25 August 2010

A Taste of Leather - the figging scene

If anyone was confused by the little white "stick" pointing at Marc's bottom in a couple of the pictures from Sting's "A Taste of Leather" which were posted earlier. I hope this set of pictures will clarify the situation, the implement consisting of soft absorbent wood is dipped into a bottle of "Extract of Ginger" and then applied to a particularly tender part of the victim's anatomy adding an extra element to his chastisement..

This practice, known as figging or "feaguing" was apparently invented by the Victorians - very inventive the Victorians!!

Punishment with an extra "sting" in the tail

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5 comments:

  1. ass up
    ginger up
    up the ass
    on the ass
    on the anus

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  2. ass centered!

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  3. Chilli powder has the same effect - the application of chilli power after a beatin' is bad, esp. in the anus. Personal experience

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  4. Over-rated, in my experience! Only the rim of the anus is sensitive, so the irritant must be kept at the entrance, not deeper.

    Figging (feaguing) in this sense is first recorded in 1810 in an equine connection, so is pre-Victorian.
    My guess is that it's considerably older. The verb "feague" is Elizabethan or earlier, and then meant "beat", "whip" (possibly same root as "fxck" which also meant "beat".

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