Monday, August 24, 2009

Spanko Food Week

My last post was a little appetizer to prepare you for spanko food appreciation week here at Hermione's Heart.

Food - like spanking - is never far from my mind. I have gathered a few items at the grocery store that might make you think of spanking, and I'll share them with you over the next few days.

To get things started, here are two pictures that I thought were funny, although they don't have anything to do with bottom-warming.

Or do they?

From Hermione's Heart


Spanky said...

LOL! Where do you find these great pictures?

Scunge said...

Are those the infamous coaster series!? One of my sisters gives us those just about EVERY Christmas!

Fabsterrant said...

Yup, blinded by the mom of "leave It To Beaver" in her apron. Its not her fault he can't find anything in neither his closet nor the kelvinator and she shouldn't get a bum rap, lol, or should she? No doubt not a bratty cook, but there is the beining of a curtsey. Well received also.


dwcmike said...

Hermione: Should be fun...however, being blind to what is in the fridge is not my problem, but my weakness.

Hermione said...

Spanky - These were postcards I found in a gift shop. Stay tuned: more to come.

Kate - These weren't coasters, but they are probably the same series.

Fab - She does look like June Cleaver.

Mike - Are you a grazer?


ronnie said...

LOL, haven't seen these before.

I think the first one is something to do with bottom warning because if I put words like that in my fridge P would definitely give my bottom a waming :)

Thanks for sharing Hermione

Look forward to your other posts

Caroline Grey said...

LOL the fridge blindness made me laugh. I've actually had this conversation:

Him (from kitchen): "Honey, do we have any onions?"

Me: (from living room): "Are there onions on the table?"

Him: "Uh, yeah."

Me: "Then we have onions."

Hermione said...

Ronnie - I agree that's a spankable offense. There are better ways of getting your man to cooperate in the kitchen.

Caroline - LOL I wasn't sure what fridge blindness meant until you explained.