Monday, May 31, 2010

Memorial Day

This Memorial Day is the time to remember those who have served our country in the past and in the present, many of whom made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our nation. We cannot honor them enough for what they have done--and are doing--for us. I am amazed and impressed by their dedication and devotion in helping to keep America the land of the free.

As you celebrate this Memorial Day Holiday, take a moment to say a prayer for those brave souls. They deserve that, and so much more.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

A Young & Restless Spanking

A lady I know from the spanking group, Chicago Crimson Moon, reported that there was a spanking this past week on the TV soap opera, The Young And The Restless." Here's how she described it:

"Daniel was talking to Abby about her foolish behavior. She wanted to start her own reality show and so had been photographed without her clothes to try and get a following. Daniel was telling her how crazy that was. She told him he was a loser and she understood why his wife had dumped him. He said, "Come here," grabbed her around the waist and bent her over and applied 2 smacks. She jumped up and ask if he was insane because he had SPANKED her, while rubbing her behind. He smiled, said "Well someone had to" and walked away. She left still rubbing her behind and crying. "

She said it was cute, and I have to admit, it sounds like it. I would have liked to have seen a lot more that just two smacks, but what do you expect from daytime TV? Soap Operas show a spanking about once every ten years, so we have to be happy with what we get.

I've also been told that if you do a Google search for "Young and the Restless Spanking" you can find a link that will take you to the clip. (I hope someone has told Chross about this--I sense an addition to the data base coming up.

It's good to have friends that watch TV!

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Photo Caption Fun

"Darling, how thoughtful! You made me a fan to match my outfit! But wherever did you get the material?"

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Cougar Town

There was a nice little spanking "startle" on the ABC show, Cougar Town, starring Courtney Cox.

In the show, Jules (Courtney Cox) is feeling somewhat unneeded, so when her son, Travis, gets dumped by his girlfriend, she makes it her mission to make him feel better. At one point, she and Travis are in her kitchen, and her neighbor, Grayson, comes in. He asks to be borrow a spatula. He can't find one right away, so Jules gets up to get it for him.

Grayson tells her son not to worry, girls go for that sad and depressed thing. Travis thanks him for those words of encouragement (if you can call them that) and leaves.

Jules calls out after him that they'll talk again later and then, after he's gone, she whacks Grayson across the bottom with the spatula and tells him to butt out, she needs to be the one to help him. Grayson makes a big show out of rubbing his bottom and says, "That really hurt!" He then gets a coy smile on his face (never a good look on a guy), sticks his bum out and says, "Do it again." Jules complies with a laugh, gives him the spatula and tells him to get out of her kitchen.
That's the extent of the scene.

The reason I like this? It's done not just to make a joke out of the small amount of spanking action, but it shows a playfulness and good humor on the part of both participants. He asks for more, she happily gives him a smack and then they both smile and laugh about it. Far too often, TV shows and movies will make a spanking reference as a joke, and the reaction of the other person (or people) in the scene is one of disbelief, dismissal, or disgust.

For example, a show I talked about in an earlier post, Romantically Challenged, had one of the main characters go out on a date with a lady who asked him to spank her. Later, in talking about it to one of his friends, he says the date was fine, although the lady had one "disturbing" quirk. Not just "a quirk", mind you......a "disturbing" quirk. Why that word? It doesn't seem "disturbing" to me. Heck, I wish I had a date that went like that.

Another example is the show Castle. Every week in the opening of the show, there's a bit that came from the first episode. Writer Richard Castle is in the squad room with Detective Kate Becket, and in the course of the conversation he says, "I'd be happy to let you spank me." Her reaction is the very predictable eye roll, heavy sigh, and a look that says, "You are sick, you know that?"

The two above examples are, sadly, still the way spanking is looked upon by the vast majority. Anytime we start to think that spanking might be becoming mainstream, we have only to look at how it's presented and represented by the media. It's treated as a joke, and as something not to be taken seriously. The way it was represented in Cougar Town, however, gives me some hope. Let's hope we see more depictions like this regarding adult consensual spanking in the future.

Oh, yeah--and because you all know me so well, and this is a spanking blog, after all, here's a better picture of Courtney Cox snapped by some paparazzi while she was on vacation in Mexico

Well, I think it's better........ :-)

Wednesday, May 5, 2010


Everyone have a great Spanko De Mayo!

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

A Not-So-Grim Fairy Tale

"This is the story of Little Red Spanky Tush......."