Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Weather Report

It's getting to be that time of year in Minnsota--Fall. Blustery days, "high" temperatures in the low 40's (or worse), the threat of snow in the near future. There's not a lot to like, weather-wise. Still, Fall is one of my favorite times of year.

I just love windy days..... :-)

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Disney Is Not Amused

This has nothing to do with spanking, but I couldn't pass it up.

Okay--so, you're a beer company in Australia, and you have a product that you want to sell--Jamieson's Raspberry Ale. in spite of the presence of fruit in the name, you want to get across the idea that this still is beer, not some fruity soda-pop-type concoction. You want the serious beer drinkers out there to know this isn't Kool-Aid--in fact, it's anything but sweet.

So, how do you get the point across?

The Foundry, the ad company charged with creating the compaign, did it this way:

Yes, it's "Ho White and the Seven Dwarves".

The Dwarves were also renamed, supposedly to represent various types of drinkers. So, instead of Sleepy, Happy and Doc, these Dwarves are named Filthy, Smarmy and Randy.

I did some quick searching trying to come up with all seven names, but didn't have any luck.

In what is probably a vast understatement, after the ad came out the company said that it had "a little bit of contact" with Disney. I'm sure it comes as no surprise to anyone out there that the website for the product,, has apparently been disabled. I think it's safe to assume that all advertising featuring the image has been pulled, as well.

Disney has officialy released no comment.

One paper that featured the story ran a poll asking if people were offended by the ad. The last time I looked, 25% said yes, this was a terrible way to treat a Disney Princess and 75% said they weren't offended, they thought it was funny.

Count me among the 75%.

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

I Feel A Song Coming On

It's been a while since I've done a song parody. Now seems as good a time as any to rectify that situation.

So put on your false beards, your cheap sunglasses, your spinning guitars and crank the volume on the amps up to 11! This one is done to the tune, "Sharp-Dressed Man", by ZZ Top. Feel free to play the song in the background and sing along--

Stern look

He scolds

She pouts when he says that "You're not too old"


In view

She knows exactly what he's gonna do

Yeah she's in trouble, gonna pay for her pranks

But every girl's crazy 'bout a man that spanks

Rolls up

His sleeve

He sits and puts her right across his knee

His palm


She promises that she will make amends

He pulls her skirt up, gives her panties a yank

Yeah, every girl's crazy 'bout a man that spanks

Can't think

Can't speak

The spanks fall quickly dancing cheek to cheek

It stings

It burns

She can't escape because he holds her firm

And when it's over she will show him her thanks

'Cause every girl's crazy 'bout a man that spanks

Friday, October 16, 2009

Photo Caption Time

"You realize that they're going to be pissed. If we take off their blindfolds and untie them, they're probably going to spank us!"

'You're right...........................let's untie them!!"

Tuesday, October 13, 2009


It's that time of year again. Spanking blogs all over the net are going to proudly proclaim that fact that we.......

The people who come to read and look at what we post are the lifeblood of every blog out there. Yes, we love it when you leave comments--but we know the majority of people don't, for a variety of reasons. That's fine--you have every right to make that choice. It doesn't mean that we appreciate you any less.

But we do pay attention to you. We can see by the numbers how many people actually come by and take a peek at our efforts. (In the case of this blog, that comes to slightly over 339,000 of you since I started writing in January of 2007.) It's easy to tell by how many of you come by which posts you enjoy and which ones are less successful. We try to make our blogs into something that you will want to come and visit. You may not leave a comment--but you are taken into account nonetheless.

So this is our day to show a little blog love to everybody out there who drops in to peruse a post or a few paragraphs. To all of you we say, "Thanks".

And this is the day that we encourage all of you--for at least this one day--to speak up and say what's on your mind. We urge you to break your lurking status just this once and leave a comment, even if it's just to say, "hi", or to tell us where your from, or what you like/don't like about the blog. It's your forum, and I, for one, am happy to turn it over to the silent majority in honor of this day.

We do love our lurkers--and on this day, we turn the comments section over to you. Feel free to drop me a note!

'Cause like all the other bloggers out there....I love my lurkers, too!

Saturday, October 10, 2009

New Look

Okay...I've changed my Avatar--the little picture that goes with my profile. Anyone paying attention to the Major League Baseball playoffs will understand why.

I'm only sorry I don't have this picture of Cartman in a Twins uniform. :-)

I'll be changing the picture back to something else on Monday...or maybe Tuesday....

Friday, October 9, 2009

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MARZ! (No, Not The Planet...)

This post will be a slight departure from the normal fare as I take the time to wish Marz a very "Happy Birthday".

Who is Marz, you ask? The short answer is that he's a fellow Minnesotan and a fellow enthusiast of This Thing We Do. As far as I'm concerned, that's reason enough to send him best wishes for a happy day of celebrating from me and my friends--and by "my friends" I mean these completely random pictures of women in various stages of undress that I found on the Internet--like these:

And these:

Some famous (and not-so-famous) people who share their birthdate with Marz--
Eddie Guerrero--popular Pro Wrestler with the WWE
Bruce Catton--noted historian and author
Brian Lamb--co-founder and CEO of C-SPAN
Aimee Semple McPherson--Pentecostal radio Evangelist
Jacques Tati--French director who wrote and starred in "Mr. Hulot's Holiday"
Zachery Ty Bryan--played son Brad on the TV show "Home Improvement"
Brandon Routh--played Clark Kent/Superman in the movie, "Superman Returns"
Steve Burns--Co-creator and original host of the Nickelodeon show, "Blues Clues"
Tony Shaloub--Emmy award-winning actor who stars as the obsessive compulsive detective on the TV show "Monk"
Scott Bakula--star of TV shows "Quantum Leap" and "Star Trek: Enterprise"
Sharon Osbourne--wife of rocker Ozzy Osbourne
Jackson Browne--musician and songwriter; wrote "Running On Empty"
John Entwistle--Bassist for The Who
John Lennon--singer, guitarist and songwriter for The Beatles (like I really needed to explain who he is)

So have a Happy Birthday, Marz, and I hope you have a wonderful day and that it leads into a wonderful year for you. But don't let the celebration get too crazy--we all remember the scene the next morning from last time:

If you know Marz--or even if you don't know Marz--leave him a "Happy Birthday" message as a "comment". I'm sure he'll enjoy reading them. Or just send him a birthday wish mentally. The Universe has an excellent message delivery system.....

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Keeping Up With The Spankos

After watching a bit of television the other day, the question that comes to my mind is this: Is Khloe Kardashian a spanko?

Probably not, but after watching her and her sisters, Kourtney and Kim, on Keeping Up With The Kardashians and the latest series, Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami, I can't help wondering just a little.

Kim is the best known of the 3 sisters, thanks to her Playboy pictures and her impressive booty (I actually think it's a law that you can't mention Kim Kardahsian unless you include a reference to her derriere). Khloe and Kourtney are both getting to be better known in their own right--you may have seen the shoot that Khloe did for PETA:

All three sisters are lovely, and their bottoms would be coveted by spankers everywhere. But after seeing episodes of their shows, it looks like the majority of smacking is being done by Khloe herself, and Kourtney seems to be her favorite target.

At least once in each of the first two seasons of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, we've seen evidence of this. I recall one episode where Khloe was dragging Kourtney across the floor, eventually working her pants down, and then finished things off with a big smack to Kourt's backside.

In the opening episode of Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami, we see the two sisters having a discussion that ends with a high five--but Khloe, with a devilish gleam in her eye, takes hold of Kourtney's hand and slowly pulls her sister toward her, briefly getting her in a darn near perfect "bottoms up" position. Kourtney, being no fool, immediately turns over onto her left side. We then see Khloe hook Kourt's leg, turning her back over face down and buns up. Sadly, the scene cuts away before we see what happens next, but--speaking as a spanker with 20+ years of experience--I sure know what I expected to follow.

Later in the series, when Khloe learns that Kourtney is getting togther with an ex-boyfriend, Khloe gets Kourtney face down, flips up her skirt, and smacks her bottom (sorry about the picture being so small, but it was the only video-grab of the scene that I could find):

So--is it all just sisterly roughhousing? Or should Khloe change her name to Spanko Kardashian?

I leave it up to you to decide for yourselves....

Sunday, October 4, 2009

General Housekeeping

As happens from time to time, I've had to go in and change a few things on the blog roll.

I deleted the link to The Secret Life of Andrades Girl. I don't know what happened to her, but the blog didn't get updated for months, and a recent attempt to go there resulted in the message, "Blog Not Found". So it's had to come off the list.

There have also been two updates. Chris' Firehouse moved and is now Chris' Kinky Firehouse. Sparkle's blog, Life In Motion, is now called At A Kinky House, and Sparkle is now calling herself Serenity Everton. Why the name change, I'm not sure. When I first saw "Serenity", I thought it might be in tribute to the Joss Whedon series, Firefly, and the subsequent movie, Serenity. But now I doubt it, and I have no idea where "Everton" came from. You'll have to drop by her blog and ask her.

If you're going through the blog roll I have listed and come across any errors, or find that blogs have changed or disappeared, please let me know so I can make the necessary changes. I want to keep the blog roll current and make sure anyone using it can connect with all the wonderful bloggers out there.

Or, if you're a blogger who regularly reads here and you make a change--whether it's a name change or moving to a new site--drop me an e-mail at and I'll see to it that your link remains current.

I'll be making some additions to the blog roll in the near future. Some were featured on Bonnie's My Bottom Smarts blog, and Brambleberry Blush posted a list of four interesting blogs not too long ago. I'll be adding some from each source, plus a few I came across on my own blog wanderings.

Happy reading!

Thursday, October 1, 2009


There are many different words that can be used when referring to the female posterior. I'm content with simply calling it a "bottom"--especially when it's preceded by the phrase, "I'm going to spank your...". But did you ever wonder why they're sometimes referred to as "globes"?

Now you know.....