Saturday, August 29, 2009

Tuning In Radio Spanko

My favorite radio host/suspected spanko was at it again this past week.

For those of you just tuning in--when I'm at work, I listen to FM 107.1 here in Minnesota. It's one of the few radio stations that I can pick up inside the building. And in the afternoons from 3 p.m to 6 p.m. I listen to The Lori and Julia Show. It's 3 hours of interviews, reviews, and dishing the dirt--mostly the latter. You wouldn't think I'd enjoy a show like that, but it's done with such humor that I often find myself laughing out loud--and I'm all in favor of anything that can make me laugh while in the workplace!

It's an unusual pairing, to say the least. The two ladies are actually related by marriage--Lori is married to Julia's brother--and they play off of each other incredibly well. Julia gets ahead of herself while talking, and constantly gets people's names wrong--I can't tell you how many times she's referred to Jennifer Aniston as "Jennifer Anderson". And Lori....well, Lori has a dirty mind. Somehow they make it work.

Plus, I suspect that Lori just may be one of us--if not a total spanko, at least one who enjoys playing from time to time. She's dropped the "S" word into the middle of talk-show conversations often enough to make me suspicious.

(Lori and Julia, the Drive-Time Divas)

This past week, they were broadcasting live from the Minnesota State Fair, and Lori brought up an article she had seen in the morning paper. It was about "ManCave parties"--parties with products for men (the paper cleverly called it, "Manny Kay").

Julia didn't think much of the idea, and asked what sort of products were for sale at these parties.

The latest in outdoor grills, Lori responded. 34 different kinds of bratwurst. A beer cozy with a pager that belches when prompted. And, Lori said, "A 15-inch square spatula--good for flipping burgers and spanking!" She then added, "That's how I'd sell it."

When Julia and Donny, the show's producer, continued to pooh-pooh the idea of men attending parties like this, Lori's response was, "All I'm saying is, everybody needs a good spatula!"

Ya gotta love the woman......


"To answer your questions, yes, this the last of the coffee; no, I'm not going to make anymore; and why do you want to know where the spatula is?"

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

The Jessica Collection

Today's "Spankables" are brought to you by the letter "J":



And, of course, Jessica--

(That's Alba, Biel, Simpson and Rabbit--just in case you couldn't tell!)

Sunday, August 23, 2009

The Hardest Spanking

These comic book panels just may be a depiction of the hardest spanking ever given......

.....because by the time he's done, even her blue jeans have been turned pink!

Now that's a spanking!

This comic was found on the Chicago Spanking Review site. I've added it to the blog roll. Not a new site by any means, but a wonderful source for spankos to peruse.

Also new to the blog roll is Poppy's Submissions. If you've read Devlin O'Neill's blog, then you're familiar with Poppy, from her comments and also the posts she's guest-written. I think Poppy's new blog is going to become one of your favorites over time. (Check out her Aug. 14th post, "The Great Non-Escape" on Devlin O'Neill's Weblog to get an idea of what to expect from Poppy.)

As always, when you go to these sites, look around, read, and be sure to leave a comment of encouragement. And feel free to tell them you saw their link on Doctor Ken's blog, Spanking Minnesota.

Friday, August 21, 2009

A Reason To Celebrate

It used to be that Summer was "TV Rerun" hell, and that's probably still true for the major networks. The "original" programming that tends to get thrown our way are, in reality, shows that weren't good enough to make it on air in the regular season. (I use the phrase "in reality" quite deliberately, as so much of what gets thrown our way are lame "reality" programs. Seriously, what's "real" about any of them?)

Thankfully, there is Cable TV. The cable networks have no problem debuting new seasons of wonderful shows during Summer--Rescue Me and Eureka come to mind. And thankfully, this week has seen the return of two not-lame reality competition shows. Of course, for me, what makes them "not lame" are the two lovely and very spankable hosts--a very different set of criteria from the usual TV reviewer, to be sure.

Premiering last night on Lifetime, we have the return of Project Runway and the spankable bottom of Heidi Klum:

And on the previous night, we got the return of Top Chef and the equally spankable Padma Lakshmi:

If some cable network is feeling adventurous, I have two new reality shows I'd like to see--Project Spankway and Top Spankee. I know I'd watch!

Monday, August 17, 2009

Cause For Paws 2009

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Friday, August 14, 2009

300,000 and 200 and 2

Today's post is all about the numbers--but don't worry, unlike math class, there won't be a quiz later.

A couple of weeks ago, while I was off enjoying the latest Crimson Moon Spanking Party, this blog went over the 300,000 visitor mark! I find that number amazing--amazingly wonderful, at any rate--and I want to thank everybody who checks in here on my little dog-and-pony show. Whether you look in and read regularly, or give it the occasional read now and then, or even if you come in once in a blue moon (or Crimson Moon, for that matter), I appreciate your taking the time to come in and check things out. I hope you all keep coming back time and time again....

The next number is 200. My previous post, "The Top 4 List", was the 200th post I've written for my blog. Who knew I had that many posts in me? (Not me, I can tell you that!) When I began Spanking Minnesota, my only real thought was, "Well, I'll try it for a bit, see how it goes, and if I don't like or it gets to be too much, I'll just delete the whole thing." A year and a half and 200 posts later, I guess I can safely say that it's going all right. :-)

The last number is 2. Not the 2 pictures I put in this post--although it certainly could stand for that--but two new entries on the blog roll. The first is Spanking Classics, a spanking story site. I had the pleasure of meeting a couple of the authors at the Crimson Moon party, two very delightful ladies. The other blog is The Daily Toast, a "humorous take on spanking and middle-aged married bliss". I, for one, am enjoying the "Spankable Butt of the Week" posts. (What can I say? I can be such a "guy" at times.) You can find links to them over to the right of the screen. Check them out, won't you?

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Top 4 List

Here's a list of the Top 4 "Things I Wonder About As I Look At This Picture":

Number 4: Why is her shirt pulled up? She's spanking her butt, not her chest. Unless the shirt was restricting her motion in some way.....

Number 3: Why aren't her pants down? Or off? If she's going to go to all that effort to self-spank, why waste it on smacking denim? She's denying herself a good, stinging impact that way.

Number 2: Why a belt? I should think something like a paddle or a hairbrush would be easier for her to aim and control.

And the Number 1 thing I wonder about as I look at this picture is--

Why didn't she just ask ME to spank her?


Monday, August 10, 2009

A Birthday Accessory

If you have a friend with a birthday coming up, you might want to get them this little accessory to help celebrate--
(Or, for that matter, get it if YOU have a birthday coming up. Why should your friends have all the fun?)

Yes, it's a birthday paddle, available from (look under Accessories). Half the fun of having a birthday is getting--or giving--those birthday spankings, after all. Give her this present, then give her a spanking with it, and then sign it as a keepsake. Not only does the birthday girl have a nice, warm bottom to remember her birthday by, but she has the signature of everybody who gave her "one to grow on"as proof of how much they love her.

Here's a shot of it being put to good use:

Offhand, I'd say you probably couldn't do any serious walloping with this paddle without it breaking, but I bet the birthday gal would certainly feel a little heat and a little sting from it.

And if you think she deserves more than a "little sting".....well, you can always handle that in private, can't you?

Friday, August 7, 2009

Heigl's Anatomy

Katherine Heigl seems to be one of those people that you either love or hate.

On the one hand, she won a Best Supporting Actress Emmy in 2007 for her role in "Grey's Anatomy." And she's shown that she is the reigning queen of the summertime romantic comedy, appearing in such films as Knocked Up, 27 Dresses and this summer's The Ugly Truth. While these movies didn't set any box office records, they did show that she can star in a movie and help it make it's money back and then some. She already has 3 more movies in the works--Hollywood knows a good thing when they see it.

On the other hand, many people think she has a very "diva"-like attitude. Her Emmy acceptance speech turned some people off, and withdrawing her name from the Emmy's last year because of what she called a lack of suitable material in her character's storylines didn't win her any friends, either--especially among people who work on the TV show. (No wonder the scriptwriters gave her character Cancer this past year.)

For myself, all I know is what I see up there on the silver screen. I saw The Ugly Truth while on vacation last week. What can I tell you? She's very attractive, and she's one heck of an actress. Really. You can see her thoughts and emotions play out across her face and in her eyes. The talent is definitely there, and between the TV show and the movies she's shown she's equally adept at comedy or drama. As long as she picks the right material, she can probably be as big a star as she wants to be.

As something of an added bonus, Ms. Heigl gets her bottom smacked on two seperate occasions by Gerard Butler in The Ugly Truth, once in a dress shop and once in her home. Maybe in a future film, she'll graduate from one-whackers to a complete spanking. Maybe. Don't hold your breath, but we can dream, can't we?

And if it doesn't occur in a film, maybe some of those "Grey's Anatomy" scriptwriters would be only to happy write such a scene for her!

Fingers crossed!

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

I've Been Through The Desert.....

"'Splinters'? Why would they name this horse 'Splinters'?"

"Oh, sh......never mind. I figured it out!"