More Desks; More Girls

Mar 23, 2017 by

One of the most often clicked posts in our archive is one called Desks Are For Bending Girls Over.

 

Then, just recently, the subject of traditional school desks came up again in the comments section. So, here you are, Gary! This is what we need – not only can one make her bend over from the rear (!) but this model doubles as a kneeler, sort of like the birching blocks at Eton and other public schools before Queen Victoria decreed that the cane be used, instead.

Of course, any old desk or table can be made to work …

 

Assuming that the people involved know what they’re doing, which is not always the case. (Sorry, Secretary fans, but I truly wanted to grab Spader and shake him out of his wooden lethargy.)

 

For the purposes of our particular brand of antique correction, however, nothing beats (!) an antique desk for setting the mood.

 

School desks, whether antique or modern, have to be of sturdy construction just to withstand the wear and tear of daily hard use by students.

 

This is to say nothing of the hard usage that strict professors put them to.

 

So whether one is using paddle …

 

Tawse …

 

Or cane, the proper furnishings can add so much to the experience.

I need to go antique shopping.

That is all.

Devlin out.

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Cane Break!

Mar 20, 2017 by

 

No implement is indestructible, of course. Still, it’s rather disheartening when a favorite disassembles before one’s eyes and right in the middle of a very strict lesson.

Right, Gary?

Here is the culprit. She claims she is not responsible for the unfortunate demise of the malacca stick, but whom else am I to blame?

Truth to tell, this variety of palm tree cane is much lighter and more porous than rattan, and if one is careful, what’s left is perfectly serviceable. At least until I get a senior girls’ cane, which is definitely on my most wanted list. 

That one will be the sturdier brown rattan, and we’ll just see if any naughty bottom can damage such an item!

All for now.

Devlin out.

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Spring Break!

Mar 18, 2017 by

And not a moment too soon for some girls.

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Happy Birthday, Uncle Dev!

Mar 17, 2017 by

It’s that time again!

Time for green beer, leprechauns, pots of gold, and corned beef with cabbage.

But most importantly, it’s time for chocolate cake with green icing and our own very special, very stern Uncle/Professor/friend’s birthday!

Many of your little miscreants and friends have submitted love messages to help you celebrate, Uncle Dev.  So grab some cake, a beer (I suggest Guinness with that cake), sit back and relax, and click right here to feel the love.  Soak it up and revel in the fact that you are very loved.  Yes, you’re going to need some tissues!

(Special thanks to the BG for scoring the slideshow and holding my hand when things got dicey!)

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Stinging Tales by Ashlynn Kenzie!

Mar 14, 2017 by

Ashlynn has put together yet another wonderful, witty, and bottom warming collection of stories that are absolutely true, even if they didn’t happen. Wives, girlfriends, employees, and not-so-casual acquaintances all are fair game for correction by the toppy protagonists Ashlynn invents–although, like any good author, she writes what, and whom, she knows. So when the changeable weather keeps you indoors this spring, you’ll have something to snuggle up with by the fire. Or out on the covered balcony, if you live where I do.

Click here to go to Blushing Books’ sales site or on the cover image to head straight to Amazon’s page.

This is the blurb–

Do you love the thought of going across his lap? Does the possibility that he will bend you to his will give you warm shivers? Does imagining what his hand, his belt, his paddle feels like on your behind fill you with dreadful longing? Are you drawn to bond with others who feel the same way?

If so, then Stinging Tales is the book for you. Ashlynn Kenzie presents a collection of short stories, humor pieces, fantasies, and tear-starters, all about those very thoughts, longings, and shivery imaginings.

And every word was written with people like you in mind. Because you do love it so.

Now go read. That is all.

Devlin out.

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