Sometimes when I read about the adventures of Library Girl and Matt, I want to get up and sweep my apartment for video bugs. That could be my life! Have they been watching? And Matt — he’s me! Only I would know, I think, if I’d ever spanked a former stewardess, and I haven’t.
There’s nothing like a paddling to chase the Grrrs away. At least that’s Matt’s philosophy.
Mine too. Bethie says “Grrr” a lot, if I let her.
“I don’t need a spanking! I want to be Grr. It’s my right to be Grr! Stop interfering…” None of this helped any. I still got spanked, still got my panties pulled down. And because I was being such a grumpuskitty, I got paddled as well.
Well, of course! Beatings will continue until morale improves. I ought to get that as a tatoo, or something. Maybe a tee-shirt?
“Look at that. My butt is all red now.” I’m holding my skirt up, looking at my reflection in the bathroom mirror.
“Where?” Matt walks into the bathroom, trying to look around me. I’m not letting him get anywhere near my bottom again…
“You don’t need to see it – look in the mirror…”
“I’ll look where I want to look…” *sigh* Dragged off to the bed again, to even out the redness. Apparently, he missed a spot.
Two points here. First, an invitation to inspect the “damage” (ha!) is always to be interpreted as a request for more spankings. She’s inviting sympathy (which she should not get) but if she’s playing with her welts or red marks or pink blush or whatever, she’s not ready to stop playing. More spanking is called for.
Second: uneven redness should always be evened up. Asymmetry is a sign of poor craftsmanship. Fortunately, it’s an easy problem to fix.
After lunch, sitting on the sofa. Most of the grumpiness was gone. But…
“I think you need another spanking…”
“No, I don’t… I know I don’t…”
Another spanking, with his hand. A quick one… lots of spanks, fast, and stingy. And then it is over, Matt is hugging me and going out the door, to go back to work.
And I am feeling better.
It’s amazing how much grumpiness can be cured with a few swift whacks. I dunno why it works, but damn! it sure does.