This blog celebrates the erotic side of spanking as long practiced by one married couple. We don't spank for punishment or discipline or any reason other than to supercharge sex. Bogey and Bacall. There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so. Shakespeare
Admin: Yesterday’s EndArt post set a record high for eyeballs. Meanwhile, a not-so-good post Spanked At School remains #1 for the last three weeks. If I did a spanked by my M-I-L post that would garner even more eyeballs. I will pass on that. Maybe spanked by my M-I-L at school? Grin
There seem to be endless drawings of French maids being punished with martinets. Usually, it’s the lady of the house doing the honors. I suppose it’s an occupational hazard.
So you went in the kitchen, annoyed your wife for the 2,000th time, suggested she paddle you with a kitchen spoon, she did, both felt better, sex followed. Ooops, wrong blog. How could a woman believe she was affecting behavior after two-thousand times with no change? She has to know it’s a game.
It’s good seeing women (and men) that know what they want and need and make it clear to their partner what that is and when they need it.
Thinking about all the times Bacall has brought me a paddle or started paddling herself to show me what was on her mind.
This post is what OBB is about
Thanks for all your likes. I followed your links, but found nothing about you.
I don’t know the name or anything about of one of the most prolific spanking illustrators. Today, I bring you a few illustrations that have not already been worn out on other sites.Along with humor, there was often an erotic element to the drawings. Most illustrations were of women being spanked by men or women. There were more than a few illustrations showing men getting the board from a woman. No one got off easy.
The Biden administration acts as if it has a broad mandate to pursue the most ambitious left-wing agenda in history, involving a massive expansion of the federal government and unsustainable spending increases.
One example is the $1.9 trillion Covid relief package, which goes mostly to new programs that have nothing to do with the coronavirus. Similarly, Mr. Biden’s $2.3 trillion infrastructure proposal would spend hundreds of billions on roads, bridges, ports, airports, utility grids and broadband— but almost $1.5 trillion on other things.
All this largess requires confiscatory tax increases that would punish savings by raising capital-gains tax rates, devastate small businesses that pass profits through to their owners by taxing income more heavily, and make U.S. businesses less competitive abroad by raising corporate rates well above those of foreign competitors.
There are also bills that would federalize elections, force unionization of America’s workforce, and make the district of Columbia a state. And of course, the panel to study packing the Supreme Court and diminishing its power to curtail unconstitutional laws and executive actions.
The above is now dated after his 6 trillion wish list of this week.