Monthly Archives: February 2011

The Lingering End

There have been plenty of spankings in the movies over the years. Since the invention of the motion picture the camera has depicted all kinds of human activity. In fact I think that a lot of spanking, except that of … Continue reading

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Sunday Funnies – Sam Swatt by Dan Rivera

I would like to thank Dan for alerting me to the correct spelling of the character name and to add  by Dan Rivera. I always liked this comic and there seems to be agreement based on the number of page … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Hurley

 I was just poking around and came across this site discussing women dressing as young schoolgirls; many of the comments just saw this as so wrong. It made me thing of this clip from Bedazzled. Elizabeth Hurley teaches a class … Continue reading

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The entire sketch

Here is the entire drawing by Bruce Solotoff. I have to admit I am wearing a Star Trek Lives t-shirt. I always like the Moebius syndrome in comics and pop art. Are we alone? CS

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Spanking Machines

The Spanking Machine a Resilient myth in popular culture quoted from http://www.corpun.com. Well why not, this is the 21st century and all sorts of labor savings devices have been created to make even everyday tasks easier.  I personally have all … Continue reading

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I Want You – ??

  What?  Was it too strong, or direct? Whatever I am I have never been accused of being subtle, or smooth. I am also a terrible liar. The ability to spin a good yarn eludes me. Therefore the art of … Continue reading

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DIY

Jean-Baptiste Emanuel Zorg: If you want something done, do it yourself. Yep! The first video of a sub being instructed to do it herself was a short in three parts. The sub wore a mask and first whipped her pussy … Continue reading

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