Saturday, April 2, 2011

Complete the Caption


Here's an interesting snapshot from days gone by - four women set for an outing. I don't know about you, but this seems kinky to me.

Complete the caption and leave it as a comment or send me an email. I will publish your speculations in the next post.

From Hermione's Heart

10 comments:

Daisychain said...

"When you said you were promoting me from being the back end of the pantomime donkey, this is NOT what I thought you meant..."

ronnie said...

The pony girls have their annual outing. Groan, couldn't think of anything else::)

Have a wonderful weekend Hermione and congratulations on getting Chrossed.

Love,
Ronnie
xx

sixofthebest said...

The lady driving the cart, says to the two naughty ladies, pulling the cart. "I want no 'horsing' around up front. Do you here me you two 'naughty whipper-snappers'.

Red said...

Now I understand the Chubby Checker song that started: " It's PONY TIME, get up" lovely kink...
Red

Velvet said...

Wrong costumes girls. Get those clothes off now!

SPANKEDHORTIC said...

The article in the 1911 newspaper "The Heartbridge Standard" carried the following headline.

Mistress Goodbody, proprietor of The House of Questionable Delights (No 12 Cherry Tree Road), finds a solution to the great pony shortage dilemma

Prefectdt

Tender Bottomed Girl said...

I'll be glad when we get the pony out of layaway. :)

Bonnie said...

"Now you know why we wear these bustles."

Michael said...

Ladies Penelope Rhys-Jones and Felicia Gladstone lost their bet to Dame Patricia Forsythe and Lady Vivian Covington-Smythe so were now paying off with a weekend of servitude. The pony play wasn't too bad but tonight at the grand ball they were to serve the guests, their friends, while wearing nothing but split-back drawers. Lesson learned. Never again would they wager on whose husband could use the cane the hardest.

DevlinONeill said...

"Do not regard me thusly! Until someone develops a horse that will not do its business right in front of me, I shall convey myself through the streets in this wise, thank you very much."