This is the type of photo I really hate--and there's a lot of them around.
Now, obviously, I don't object to the subject matter. It's a nice depiction of a spanking. But clearly, this is a cartoon that appeared in one of the early Men's magazines or Pin-up style magazines. So if it's a cartoon--WHERE'S THE $#%^ING CAPTION?!?!?
Why would you save the picture of a cartoon and not include the caption? It may be a nice drawing, but cropping out the punchline makes this a very incomplete experience to me and makes no sense. It's like cropping out the watermark of a photo. It's just wrong. (Do you really think, for example, that if you crop out the "Punished Brats" logo from a photo that we're going to think it's somehow one of your photos? That you took it or are in it? Trust me, fans of a site such as PB know one of their photos when we see it.)
Thankfully, we have sites like the Chicago Spanking Review. I'm sure I could find the complete picture there. But I shouldn't have to do research on something like this.
I realize that whoever posted this drawing may simple have been re-posting it, and someone else is guilty of making the changes. But whoever did it--stop cropping captions and watermarks out of pictures, people!