Sunday, September 13, 2009


This post is dedicated to all those men who find themselves on the receiving end.

What do you think encouraged these three men to be so thoughtful and considerate?

From Hermione's Heart


Throck said...

Hi Hermione,
I know there is some tongue in cheek here, but you know that when someone spanks you because she loves you there really is a subtle shift in one's attitude. I find I am much more attentive to C's needs simply because I want to reciprocate for the love she expresses for me by spanking me. She would never let be iron her clothes though (or do the laundry). Sadly she doesn't trust me with her clothes, I've screwed up the laundary one too many times.

Anonymous said...

When I looked at the expression on the face of the rubber glove guy I thought he had other things in I too kinky? ;)

Sara said...

What's it all about? Great sex, of course!

Widgets said...

We know what it is all about: keeping the LADY of the house happy. She will later take good care to make sure all is right. I do the cleaning, laundry, and anything she desires.

Rebekah said...

I second the rubber seems far from his mind.

Hermione said...

Throck - That's so good to hear. Being attentive, I mean. Not destroying her laundry :-)

Subtle - I thought exactly the same thing.

Sara - Yep, that's part of it.

Widgets - What a helpful, caring person you are!

A'marie - It's that gleam in his eye.


Daisychain said...

My first hubby did all these things, from the day we married. I think it was vanity...he liked his shirts ironed a certain way, liked to look good; unfortunately I wasn't great at ironing; so he did it himself (and I used to say, "while you are doing that, please could you just run the iron over my blouse/dress, etc?" as I nuzzled his neck, heehee...) He said it was therapeutic, and used to watch tv as he did it, which was the only time he could watch without me nagging him to "do something"!!!! He washed up because he cooked, and didn't like anyone else in "his" creative kitchen....fair enough!
And he bought me chocs when he wanted to go out with his mates, leaving me home with the kids....LOL
Love is the key, however tongue in cheek we are all being. Caring for someone, loving them, means showing it, and sharing chores is important. It says, "I value you, you are not my servant, I am yours..." and if the love is reciprocated, both will have the others needs and happiness at the fore.
Chores are not considered, nor should they be, "womens work" any more! HURRAHHHHHH!!!!!!

Daisychain said...

By the way, guys, washing up is a great way to show her, but whatever you do, don't make the mistake that completely wipes out the thoughtful deed. NEVER, EVER say,

"I washed up FOR YOU"

LOL. Hugs, Daisy xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Daisychain said...

Oh, and let me say here, my wonderful Davey cooks, cleans, washes up, (never seen him iron...) and is happy to share all the chores; he buys me little gifts, flowers, chocs, soft toys, and you know the best thing? Its because he loves me, never because he is buttering me up to let him go out without me!!!! xxxxxxxxx

Hermione said...

Daisy - I'm certain Davey would never have an ulterior motive for sharing in the household chores.


Serenity Everton said...

I, um, SO have to steal the rubber-gloved man. But I'll say where it came from. :)


Hermione said...

Sparkle - be my guest! Isn't the look on his face something else?