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Peel and prepare the ginger as before and play as usual. The juice of the ginger has increased dramatically in potency.
If you think you had a good time when the ginger was new, wait till you play now.
The smell is a great stimulus for the submissive male as well. After you have the skinned root all smooth and nice, you now have to perform the tricky bit. Remember; do not taper the finger all the way down to the end.
With the paring knife, about two-thirds of the way down the root carve a concavity around the finger. You want full circumference of the finger two-thirds of the way down, a half-inch retention ring and then full circumference continuing down to the end of the finger.
Ginger for Punishment While there is still controversy as to the origins and reasons to figging, it is fairly well agreed upon that it dates back to the Victorian era.
Mentions of figging can be found in some Victorian literature. There is evidence that figging actually had it’s beginnings when ginger was used in a caning victim’s anus to prevent clenching the buttocks during punishment.
The protuberances from the hand are called fingers.
Lubricant acts as a sealant and prevents the ginger moisture from releasing. When the anus finally opens and accepts the ginger, slide it in up to the ring and let the submissive male close around it.
Keep the entire hand in a cool dry place until you are ready to use it.
The sooner you use it, however, the better the effect unless you age it properly which I’ll get to later. Unless the fingers are very long, do not cut the finger off at the joint of the hand. Take a paring knife or vegetable peeler and remove the brown skin.
Remove the finger by cutting down into the palm of the hand so that you get a long, uniform width finger. Make sure all the skin is off as well as insuring that all the bumps and knots are cut off and smoothed as well.
Try not to remove too much meat underneath, as you want to retain as full a finger as possible. As you work, rinse it under cold water periodically to help wash away pieces of skin.