I recently had reason to consider a list of the sexiest words in the English language. Well, not only recently: in some form or other, that issue has preoccupied my mind for most of the past six or seven years, but I recently decided that I wanted to narrow the list to ten.
But I realized that the answer was not nearly so difficult as the question. If you do a bit of online research into what other people think are the sexiest words in English, you'll find that someone surveyed a bunch of writers and developed an inclusive (i.e., long, boring, and stupid) list:
I mean, come on: diffidence may sometimes be sexy, but "diffident" is not. I didn't read the whole list (remember, I'm not the one who gets tied to the bed or gets spanked), so I don't know how many lame suggestions there are, but nothing of a sexual or linguistic nature has ever been done well by a committee. The article where I found this list quoted was written by someone who had taken words from the list and fashioned them into haiku. Lord, give me strength.
It requires no further research to know that this so-called poem was written by a straight woman who's not getting any sex actually worth writing about.
Anyway, the idea that what's sexy is in any way universal is about as ridiculous as 21st century speakers of English writing haiku. What's sexy varies greatly according to both the participants and the situation. So the right question isn't "What are the ten sexiest words in the English language?" or even "What are the ten words that I find most sexy?" There are many right (and many more wrong) questions, but the most useful question to me is "What words are most likely to elicit the most pleasing response when I say them to a submissive who's tied to my bed?" Restating in a more declaratory fashion gives us the title of today's post.
The words themselves need little or no explanation, but I will say that they won't work for you unless you've got a good voice. These are not the sort of words that you can lisp. On the other hand, if you can pull it off, a very masculine sort of quiet sibilance on a couple of them will certainly help make your guy submit mentally as well as physically.
In alphabetical order, which saves the very best for last:
Naturally, working the words into your pillow talk is more than half the battle. Your submissive is probably used to hearing speech along the lines of "suck it, boy" and "you like that, don't you?" so he may be in for a bit of linguistic shock at first. But he will adapt quickly, and you will be handsomely rewarded.