Those Magnificent Men

and their spanking machines. I guess its too much to ask for a song but I may just have to borrow a tune from a mediocre movie. It’s tough enough these days to make a living and take care of business, after a hard day at the mine/mill/office/field or whatever, to come home and have to deal with a misbehaving brat. In the name of modern conveniences I would probably call these daddy’s little helpers.

One of the most intriguing ideas to me is requiring the spankee to provide the energy to spin the paddles that are whacking her bottom. This example from Endart seems to fit that description.

Here is another example from Sassy Bottoms, this drawing may be hard to find I know it has eluded me since I did a post devoted to Sassy.

A Nice Two-fer.

That’s an awfully big contraption.

I would like to add that I have found a short video on you tube about a couple of women on an automatic paddling device for an old black and white TV show. This was some sort of competition that had these two women turning cranks with their arms and they were lying down and bottoms up with spring loaded wooden paddles set to whack them. I am not sure but it if I remember correctly the paddle whacks were directly related to the speed of their cranking. I can not post a link since I found this video searching for spanking material, in strictly academic research of course, I have not been able to find it again. Maybe I only imagined it.

CS

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2 Responses to Those Magnificent Men

  1. wordsmith says:

    Your blog just gets better and better Emanuele! Great stuff 😀

  2. Thank you Wordsmith.
    I have been behind lately in keeping up with my fellow bloggers, but your is one I try to read whenever I can.

    Emanuele

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