Friday, September 25, 2009

How Can You Tell?

Dave of The Cherry Red Report recently posted a clever cartoon by Dave Wolfe, of an egg being fried on a red-hot, freshly-spanked bottom.

Charlie's comment on the cartoon was this:


"...I noticed that manager at a local Denny's restaurant using some sort of thermometer gun to measure the temperature of the griddle, frying cooking oil, soup pots, salad compartments, etc.


I wonder if that could be used "before" and "after" aimed at a bare bottom?"


That started me thinking. Perhaps you could use a thermometer to test for hotness, and use technology to tell when a spanking was "well-done". After some research on my favourite kitchen supply site, I found a few thermometers that might do the trick.


Press the tip of this digital thermometer gently against the buttock to be tested. Temperature will display in only five seconds.



This thermometer rests directly on the bottom, and will detect temperatures between 175 and 600 degrees F. You'll know when your sit spots have been seared.



This probe-style thermometer will tell you when your buns are well-done, an essential outcome in any spanking.



From Hermione's Heart

10 comments:

Meow said...

We have a probe thermometer for cooking and it measures down into the humanly possible range - I don't really want to try for "searing" temperatures. I'll ask Lash to try it out next time! Fun idea, Hermione! Meow

Scunge said...

Nico actually did this on Spanking Tube. It was the demonstration of why he uses lotion during a spanking. He did not use those types of thermometers though.

Sara said...

Ah, I just found the link for you, and see Scunge mentioned it already. Speaking of heat, here goes:

http://www.spankingtube.com/watch/2a8541efa2647a0290f8/Lotion-vs-Dry...!

Daisychain said...

I have a thermometer for testing when meat is cooked through... you stick it into the centre of the joint... don't think I will suggest it to Davey, though, LOL, no knowing where he might think of sticking it... hahahaha!
xxxxx hugs, Daisy xxxxxxxxxxxxx

dwcmike said...

The old-fashioned hand felt temperature has much more effect, and is extremely user friendly.
Mike

Hermione said...

Meow - I agree. Being grilled or seared is a little extreme.

Scunge - Sounds interesting. there's nothing new out there, is there?

Sara - Thank you. That was a very interesting video.

Daisy - We have one too, but no, it wouldn't be a good idea. You don't want to be impaled "there".

Mike - True. it's what all the top chefs use.

Hugs,
Hermione

Brambleberry Blush said...

We use one of these all the time (for cooking only). Now we have a new use for it! I wonder if it would really work.

cheers!
Carly

Hermione said...

Carly - There's only one way to find out. Please let me know what happens.

Dave said...

Hm...this has me thinking, Hermione. Always a scary thing.

Be that as it may, I"m going into the Cherry Red design lab, and try and design a spanko-centric thermometer, actually more of a heat sensor gizmo.

:)

Dave

Maryann Sloan said...

How creative you are!
Maryann