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Are you a “Trick” or a “Treat”?

Being a “Treat” will get you very far in life. Maybe even farther than being a “Trick”.

Story by Shay Neary - imshaybutta@gmail.com Photos by Lily
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With Halloween coming along, and the house getting warmer, it’s a good time to snuggle up with your “Beast” and have some well-earned playtime. But have you ever used your body as a bargaining tool for what you want in life? You know… When you were having an argument with your man about getting a new sofa for the house and he wouldn’t agree with you. What did you do to make him change his stubborn mind? Oh please girl! You know exactly what you did! Don’t lie… Come now… It’s OK! We’ve all done it once or twice. Now here lies the problem. Did you do it because you needed to use it? Or did you use it to have some fun and make him possibly change his mind? So the question remains… Are you a “Trick” or a “Treat”?

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I firmly believe that a man does not have enough blood to run both of his “heads” at the same time, because a man will agree to just about anything right before he blows his load. (I know from experience… ) But using this skill to your advantage will take a long time to master. There is no denying that, on occasion, a woman had to use her “candy” as a weight in the relationship scale. So, I’ve come up some questions to keep in mind to help you define the difference between a “Trick” and a “Treat”.

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Do you use your “candy” to get the thing you want?
Are there side effects to receiving your “candy”?
When under pressure, is “candy” your only option?
If you answer YES to any of these questions, you are probably a “Trick”. It’s OK to be one, and it’s not extremely harmful for getting what you want and having a good time. Many people have made a living off of being a “Trick” (i.e. Anna Nicole Smith, Monica Lewinski and Martha Stewart) It saves time and money for both parties involved, and your man never knows that you’re doing it to get things for yourself. Hey, Mama’s gotta get hers too… Know what I mean?

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But there are unfortunate flaws to being a “Trick” and using your “candy” to get what you want. For instance, too much “candy” makes a man spoiled. They stop asking you how you are, complimenting you on your personality and taking you out for non-candy related fun. Your “candy” becomes the main focus, not you. Also, after a time, your “candy” will become boring and bland. He will want something to take the edge off the regular. Who wants a Sugarbaby every day, when they could have Snickers?

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I’ve learned it’s better to use your “candy” as a “Treat”. Men do extremely well when praised for accomplishments. It will bring your relationship closer together; and like any human, who doesn’t like a reward? He cleaned the whole house while you at work… Give him some Candy! He got flowers delivered to your job and not from a corner store…. Give him some Candy!! He bought you a puppy, got himself a raise and booked the two of you a vacation to The Banana Republic… Fuck girl, I hope your “candy” comes in Bulk Size!  You better stop at Costco and get yourself a foam cushion for the trip, cause it’s gonna be a bumpy ass ride!

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Being a “Treat” will get you very far in life. Maybe even farther than being a “Trick”. But that’s not to say most women aren’t a little of both. It’s OK. Just remember that you need to use your “candy” when it pleases both parties involved. Just be careful that you don’t only become a “Trick”, cause nobody likes the Maryjanes in the bottom of the Halloween leftovers.
Happy Halloween to all my Beasts and Breasts alike!
Kisses!
Miss Shay

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