Thursday, September 17, 2015

Complete the Caption

It's a rainy day in the neighbourhood, but this couple doesn't let it dampen their spirits. What are they discussing so intently? Does he look distracted to you? She might have something to say about that.

Complete the caption by leaving a comment, and we will see what's in store for these folks in an upcoming post.
From Hermione's Heart


Anonymous said...

Yes dear she is pretty but when we get home a spanking will be in order for you staring at her so get a good look and think about it when I'm spanking you.

Simon said...

Lady"Henry, if you say so much for global warming once more I'll warm you up when we get home"

Baxter said...

Dont look away from me when I am speaking to you. You did not put your coat over that puddle and now my shoes and stockings are wet. And guess what, when we get home, you are going to be paddled for that, you hear me??


ronnie said...

To himself - So that's that new club for Gentlemen Harold was telling me about. Any requests met. I wonder if I can sneak a visit next week when Emma's visiting her mother.

To herself - If John thinks he will be joining Harold at that club when I'm at mothers he better think again and a trip over my knee will make sure he doesn't.


sixofthebest said...

"I heard a maid at the Palace whisper that Prince Albert, took down Queen Victoria's bloomers, and spanked her royal ass, with a cane. said the lady. To which the gentleman replied. "I hope he gave her 'six of the best', the very best"

Anonymous said...

And where do you plan to be looking while I'm thrashing your snow white ass?

js666 said...

Disgraceful how that young woman is throwing herself at that gentleman. The very idea. Why, if any daughter of mine were so forward, I should take her across my knee and thrash her bum soundly.

Now you were saying something about a house party at the Randywood estate? I suppose it would be acceptable if it were properly chaperoned. Her great-grandmother, you say?

WendelJones said...

I’m going to spank the Dickens out of you the moment we arrive home.