Saturday, January 26, 2008

And Now....Back To The Spanking

I was talking about a spanking scene in a mainstream movie earlier, as well as the enthusiasm expressed by the actress who was going to get spanked, although I suspect it had more to do with the fact that the spanker was going to be Clive Owen rather than any spanko tendencies on her part.
However, it did put me in mind of another scene. There is no spanking involved--it's actually only a spanking reference--but it still stands out. I'm talking about the scene in Castle Anthrax in the movie, Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
If you haven't seen the movie--Go! Buy! Rent! I find the movie hilarious, and hopefully you will, too.
The story--Sir Galahad is in search of the Holy Grail, and sees a "vision" of it in the sky over a castle. He enters the edifice and is greeted by a young lady named Zoot, who welcomes him to Castle Anthrax. The castle's sole inhabitants are a group of women between the ages of 18 and 18 1/2 who spend their days "dressing......undressing.......knitting exciting underwear."
Zoot leaves, instructing some of the other girls to see to Galahad's needs, but Galahad will have none of it, and starts searching the castle for the Grail, only to eventually run into Zoot's identical twin sister, Dingo. When she learns why Galahad is there, she mutters about, "Bad, wicked, evil, naughty Zoot." Zoot has apparently been lighting their beacon, which is Grail-shaped. And there is only one punishment in Castle Anthrax for lighting the Grail-shaped beacon, she proclaims. "You must tie her to the bed....and spank her!"
Upon hearing this, all the other girls begin jumping up and down and clapping their hands, crying, "A spanking! A spanking!" (There's that enthusiasm I was talking about......)
And, Dingo continues, after he spanks Zoot? "Spank me."
Several of the girls shout out, "And me!" "And me!"
"And after the spanking", Dingo adds, "The Oral Sex."
At which point, Galahad decides that the quest for the Grail can wait and he can stay "a bit longer".
It sadly never happens--Galahad is "rescued" by other knights before it does--but it's a lovely scene, nonetheless. And you have to admire all the ladies eagerness to be "punished"!

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