I once had a lovely red-haired girl make some comment teasing me about my age. I'm sure it will come as no surprise that my response was along the lines of, "I can still turn you over my knee and give you a good spanking." She then told me, "You know, It doesn't matter how often I hear that. It still sends a shiver up my spine."
My response to that, of course, was to turn her over my knee, pull her pants down, and give her a good spanking on her bare bottom......you know, just to show her that I meant what I said, and it wasn't all just talk.
But the point I'm trying to make is that the words we use while engaged in This Thing We Do have power. They evoke a response. The word, "spanking", all by itself can send someone's blood racing, set the butterflies in the stomach to fluttering, and send that little jolt of electricity (ZZZT!) along our spine and into our brain.
Maybe it's just a word, or a phrase--hairbrush; bare-bottom spanking; over my knee; straight-backed chair. To a spanker and a spankee, it immediately puts an image into our heads, and we start to react to that image. A well-placed turn-of-phrase can set a spankee squirming in anticipation. What are some of the words or phrases that get you going or push your buttons?
Being into spanking practically my entire life, and actively spanking deserving ladies for the last 20 years or so, I thought I knew exactly what all my hot button phrases were--which words or combination of words would send that electrical charge (ZZZT!) on it's way, and which would have no effect. I'm happy to say that I was wrong.
I was watching a video from Punished Brats called, "Email Attack". In it, naughty college girl Tina Tink (real name--Tina Tinkerbelle, but she shortened it for professional reasons--okay, I'm kidding) attempts to intercept an e-mail from her college to her dad, played by David Pierson. He catches her breaking into his e-mail account, and since this is a Punished Brats video, you can imagine what happens next:
(photo courtesy of Punished Brats)
David bares her bottom, puts her over his knee, and begins to spank away, and Tina, in a pleading tone of voice says, "Please don't spank me!"
For some reason, that hit me. It never had before....and, in fact, before going over David's knee, Tina had already said, "Don't spank me! No! I'm too old to spanked!" and I'd had no particular reaction to it. So maybe it was the words plus her exact tone of voice that next time--and maybe the bare bottom helped, who knows? Whatever the case, I suddenly had a new hot button phrase--one that I hadn't really ever had a reaction to before.
It's actually rather nice to know that, even after 20-odd years of spanking experience, it's still possible to run across something new, and have something surprise me. It gives me reason to look forward to the next 20 years of spanking! (And yes, I do intend to go on spanking for at least that long--so all of you naughty ladies out there--you've been warned!)