This spanking life


sounds of the cityThere are people who own great houses with ‘slaves’ running about. The nearest neighbours are hundreds if not thousands of meters away and nobody cares what you do. No really there are people with that kind of lifestyle.

However for most of us, especially those living in the city or just about anywhere in a town in Western Europe, the odds are you have neighbours. These neighbours are often on the other side of a wall and if you have a flat in a Victorian conversion in London, which is the most popular kind of housing in Greater London, then the chances are you have neighbours above and below you as well as to the side.

Have you ever thought what the neighbours can hear? I mean good sense demands that you don’t go for it with a bullwhip (even if it is your scene); the police would be there in there in five minutes flat. But what about those short standard little spankings? How much can be heard?

One of the neighbours here has had new windows and a lot of building work going on. In fact he came to apologise for any noise and disruption and to discuss general repairs to the shared areas of the building. It was all very English.

Then he says casually, “Oh by the way, I found out that this building had absolutely no soundproofing in it. I knew there was a problem, but I hadn’t realised the reason why. Now that the work has been done it is much better. I can hardly hear any impact sounds at all.”

Impact sounds? How do you keep a straight face?

“Oh I mean footsteps and door slamming,” he adds quickly; perhaps a little too quickly.

11 Responses to “This spanking life”

  1. 1 George

    Why complaining for such a lovable sound?
    I wouldn’t…

  2. 2 Mindy

    😆 Any girl walking out of your place would be blushing on both ends (!) if she heard what your neighbour said.

  3. 3 Scarlet

    Oh, my. Perhaps you could have a drum set installed in your living room. Then you’d have something to point to when the neighbors come for tea and remark on those “impact sounds.”

  4. 4 paul1510

    DJ, now that is what I would call a startle!! 😀

  5. 5 Wizard Birchwand

    Not really a problem in these parts is it – most Londoners take absolutely no notice of screams, shouts, alarms etc. If someone did comment you’d probably say something along the lines of “you’re not from round here are you?”.

  6. Also, I would like to know where I can go to sign up for a great house with slaves running about. I mean the kind of slaves who would keep the house clean and cook my dinner, that sort of thing. Although I suppose that’s not really the kind of thing a girl is supposed to want, is it? The whole moral/ethical thing does kind of enter into it.

    What if I had the kind of slaves who had a kink for housecleaning? Sign me up for those.

  7. 7 Ehlane

    As long as you don’t scream your lounges out, I don’t think average people would react to smacking sounds. I grow nervous when the door to our balcony is open, but so far we haven’t seen any reactions from neighbours.

  8. 8 bodack

    LOL!!! Once I heard my upstairs neighbor spank her visiting younger sister ( both adults). She was obviously very good at it. The next day I met them both and was introduced. Her younger sister obviously just wanted to pull up the side walk and hide under it. My neighbor just had one of those wicked smiles on her face.

  9. 9 kaki

    I suggest turning the stereo or television on with something that has impact sounds. (that’s what we do)

    Scarlet, if you find anyone that has a kink for housework may I borrow them from time to time or see if they have a friend.

  10. 10 DJ

    Thanks for these great suggestions. I know someone who said she shouldn’t be spanked at all.

    How thoughtful of her to be so kind to the neighbours. 😉


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: