Saturday, June 6, 2009

What else is it for?

The warm weather is finally here! Today I wore shorts for the first time this year, and we have been very busy outside all day. Ron was cleaning out the garden shed and found the flip-flop you see above.

"Does this serve any useful purpose?" he asked as he held it up.

"Well, it's supposed to be a fly swatter," I reminded him. I wasn't brave enough to say what I had really intended it to be used for, so I just mumbled, "I bought it as a joke."

"It's going out in the next CP pickup. Are we done out here?"

I nodded in reply, turned and started walking towards the house. All of a sudden I heard a loud SMACK as the sandal connected with my right bottomcheek. I turned to Ron and grinned as I hugged him and said, "It took a while, but you finally figured out what its other purpose was."

From Hermione's Heart


PK said...

Men can sometimes be slow but they usually figure things out eventually. And don't we love them for it.


Sara said...

Hmmm, seems your Ron is coming along nicely! :)

Scunge said...

Our Dollar General has handshaped fly swatters. I bought some for a spanking party Sir and I went to and gave them to a fellow participant. The swatters come three in a pack for only one dollar so I think I will get Sir some more for US! :) Scunge

ronnie said...

LOL, love it Hermione and good for Ron.

We never have fun things like that in the UK or if we do, I never find them.


Hermione said...

PK - Yes, we certainly do love them.

Sara - He's figuring it out. I'll bet he reads blogs but just doesn't want to admit it!

Kate - By all means, snap them up. They sound like fun.

Ronnie - Keep looking. You might find something nice.


Michael said...

Nice, Hermione, you made me chuckle. I love the fly swatter in the shape of a hand. That's a lot of fun too.

Harlequin said...

I have never tried spanking with a fly swatter. In my experience, they are fairly flimsy, and I think I would be afraid of breaking it. But hey, nothing ventured...

I love the blog by the way!

Hermione said...

Michael - I think I'm going to have to find one of those.

Harlequin - Welcome! I agree, a flyswatter would be a little light, but it still might be fun.