Weekly Round-Up

14Jul14

globe spankingtoons-art stanNot much to say this week – mostly because my time is in freefall and we have visitors. Consequently I am late in reply to comments and email.

Spanking for charity contacted me and asked for a plug. I have my doubts but check it out.

Also someone else suggested I visit Erica Scott who has been on another rant – this time about Fetlife. Always fun.

Rollin Hand is promoting my book collection. What a nice man. Why don’t you check out some of his.

I noticed too that the Spank Statement has had a revamp.

The pictures are from Spanking Toons, Au Fils des Jours and Scarlet’s Real Magic with an image that just about sums up my week.

 



4 Responses to “Weekly Round-Up”

  1. Hello friend! Hope your week slows down a bit. Mine is spinning, too. xo, Scarlet

  2. 3 PDBB

    It probably started quite a few years before it erupted into an virtual epidemic with a few scattered incidents of undisciplined brattishness or behavior that seemed not to have immediate or any consequences for that matter. Behavior that often crossed the line into criminal acts both as misdemeanors and even felonies. What with the rebellious rock and rollers and protests and the growing immorality of the sixties and seventies to the *brat packs* of the eighties and nineties to the outrageous and headline making acts of a Paris Hilton, a Lindsay Lohan and a Justin Bieber of the twenty first century, no wonder there was (is) a *parental backlash* to curb this disturbing and ever increasing trend!
    It is a somewhat hushed and not very widely publicized *movement* afoot to monitor/mentor and curb the undesirable trend and reeducate a generation of young people, who have been without direction and supervision for too long. Some of these past celebrities, that required a form of *reparenting*, have *slipped under the radar* of media reporting and have gone unnoticed when taken out in public view. “It couldn’t be her”, was often heard whispered, as *a little girl* was taken authoritatively by the hand by her adult *guardian* in a store, park or mall. She resembled(?) some one the thought they recognized but this *girl* (dressed like a *kid*) was being scolded and warned (with a sharp smack to her bottom) to “Just wait til I get you home, Missy” – so it couldn’t be Her?!
    But being regressed to make up for discipline that was forgotten or didn’t take was an important (almost integral) part of the program. Mothers were once again *In Charge* and empowered and there were *Consequences* for misbehavior and disobedience established. The embarrassment suffered or fear of exposure (in the full context of the word) by *the child* was not a concern to the parent – She {the one time out of control brat] either learned to behave or “Mommy Will pull down your pants and spank your little *hiney* raw, in front of everybody”!
    Gradually the *word* of the remarkable results achieved by this *intervention* caused more and more parents to demand that their sons (oh there were a few males in the mix) and daughters to return home immediately at the first signs of wayward behavior. Oh there was opposition to be sure at first but once they were taken home and had *a long discussion* with Momma (and her newly acquired beauty accouterments, namely a very large hairbrush) , they were more than happy(?) to cooperate with mother’s *suggestions*! Their embarrassment was put on the back burner, so to speak.

  3. 4 PDBB

    It probably started quite a few years before it erupted into an virtual epidemic with a few scattered incidents of undisciplined brattishness or behavior that seemed not to have immediate or any consequences for that matter. Behavior that often crossed the line into criminal acts both as misdemeanors and even felonies. What with the rebellious rock and rollers and protests and the growing immorality of the sixties and seventies to the *brat packs* of the eighties and nineties to the outrageous and headline making acts of a Paris Hilton, a Lindsay Lohan and a Justin Bieber of the twenty first century, no wonder there was (is) a *parental backlash* to curb this disturbing and ever increasing trend!
    It is a somewhat hushed and not very widely publicized *movement* afoot to monitor/mentor and curb the undesirable trend and reeducate a generation of young people, who have been without direction and supervision for too long. Some of these past celebrities, that required a form of *reparenting*, have *slipped under the radar* of media reporting and have gone unnoticed when taken out in public view. “It couldn’t be her”, was often heard whispered, as *a little girl* (seemingly so), was taken authoritatively by the hand by her adult *guardian* in a store, park or mall. She resembled(?) some one they thought they recognized but this *girl* (dressed like a *kid*) was being scolded and warned (with a sharp smack to her bottom) to “Just wait til I get you home, Missy” – so it couldn’t be Her?!
    But being regressed to make up for discipline that was forgotten or didn’t take was an important (almost integral) part of the program. Mothers were once again *In Charge* and empowered and there were *Consequences* for misbehavior and disobedience established. The embarrassment suffered or fear of exposure (in the full context of the word) by *the child* was not a concern to the parent – She {the one time out of control brat] either learned to behave or “Mommy Will pull down your pants and spank your little *hiney* raw, in front of everybody”!
    Gradually the *word* of the remarkable results achieved by this *intervention* caused more and more parents to demand that their sons (oh there were a few males in the mix) and daughters to return home immediately at the first signs of wayward behavior. Oh there was opposition to be sure at first but once they were taken home and had *a long discussion* with Momma (and her newly acquired beauty accouterments, namely a very large hairbrush) , they were more than happy(?) to cooperate with mother’s *suggestions*! Their embarrassment was put on the back burner, so to speak.


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