Hairbrush Heaven was the title of a book once found rummaging around in an old box of old books. Judging from the dog-eared state of the old 1960s paperback, yours truly wasn’t the only one who had perused it for some time hoping to find some sadly missing good bits.
The hairbrush as a spanking implement has always seemed to be an American implement, but this is probably not true. In Britain it is probable more commonly used on young ladies bottoms than as an implement of general family correction, in England an honour that goes to the slipper.
When as a small child watching a movie called Tammy, the hairbrush reference was a complete mystery. In fact it was not until a TV chef on a UK panel show explained ruefully about her experience with a Mason Pearson at her mother’s hands that the British connection was made at all.
A former work colleague admitted that her father had used a hairbrush on her bare bottom.
“The bristle side was worse,” she admitted.
“Ooh I bet,” said a mutual friend. “When did that last happen?”
“Oh not for two or three years,” the girl said dismissively.
She was 24. Did she mean it had been two or three years since she had been spanked or two or three years since she had felt the bristles?
The advantage of a hairbrush is that a lady can have one to hand without raising undue suspicion. Also as much as it hurts it will probably only ever do limited damage.
A famous country singer once said, forgetting for the moment which one, that her mom and daddy used both the switch and the hairbrush copiously when growing up. When asked which one she dreaded most she said although the switch was worse, getting the brush meant that her mom might be ‘fixin’ to set in for the night.’
For the record, all DJ Blacks implements are made by Kent.
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