Posts Tagged ‘mothers’

Tip Top images


Here are three images from yesteryear supplied by TipTopper. The artist is Trudy and the theme is mother daughter action. According to occasional feedback, one or two people hate this scenario, maybe it is too close to home or not exotic enough?

Paddle Sore


There are a couple of private boards that get busted by Google, in other words can be viewed if you click on a Google search, but when you book mark that page to return to it you get shut out. Very curious, annoying, but sometimes useful, given at least you get to beat it the […]

Mary Louise Rossington stood at the front of the Lanark Island Ferry craning her neck for her first glimpse of what was to be her home for the year. She still could not believe her luck that out of who knows how many thousand applicants she had been picked as this year’s intern for the […]

A couple of years back we had a post on spanking the flapper, which seemed to have been an international sport back in the 1920s. Well it seems we only just found the tip of a proverbial iceberg. The interesting thing is the number of spanking cases that seemed to have ended up in the […]

The phrase, ‘a family that spanks together, stays together,’ has been doing the rounds since at least the 1980s. Probably the first time this author stumbled across it may have been in the pages of a Martin Pyx novel. A commentator on a forum back in the 1990s said for her it conjured up an […]

Casey and Joanne were running around and around the luggage carousel pretending to be airplanes. “Girls please,” Heather said half-heartedly as she rubbed her temples trying to stave off the impending headache. “We’re taking off,” the four-year-old Casey sang. “I’m landing,” Joanne said in a tone redolent with ‘so there.’ “I’m landing too now,” Casey […]

Prologue It was Margot Wheeler’s wedding day. Her second marriage and only her third man; she had never got around to marrying Pete, Louise’s father and the messy divorce from Karen’s dad did not bear thinking about. She shuddered. “Third time lucky,” Margot said, trying hard to convince herself. Karen at just 14, decided not […]

It’s been a week of revelations. And there have been three conversations that have led to a revaluation of how likely to be true certain salacious and fantastic anecdotes posted here and elsewhere are. For instance, back in 2009 A Voice carried a feature on birching in Kent into modern times. Although the dinner table […]

“I don’t see why you shouldn’t bring your friends over as planned honey. After all it’s not your fault.” Dana broke off from applying her lipstick for a moment and glanced at her youngest daughter, Dakota, who was standing in the corner. Freya followed the direction of her mother’s look. Darn the little brat she […]

GI Jane


There were other soldiers who lived in town. Jane could see where they lived from the yellow ribbons tied around trees and gateposts all along the bus route. Shit, that stuff was as corny as hell, she thought. “Bet your family’ll be glad to see you home ma’am.” The bus driver smiled. “Don’t ma’am me […]