Monday, June 22, 2020

Recap: Spanko Brunch 2.0 for June 21

This week we discussed spanking technique.

Roz: That is a great question! Hmm, let me see. I can say Rick can deliver either a nice light fun spanking or a very effective one depending on the circumstances, mood etc. He has also used a few different techniques, such as the side swing rather than direct swing to good effect.

Wendel: I think after years of practice The Misses has honed her skills unique to my liking.

Jack: My wife spankings are the same, start with the hand, then apply the hairbrush.

Barrel: My wife has sufficiently honed her whipping skills to wield both the strap and riding crop from both sides with back hand strokes. During our last session, she really surprised me with many intense, back handed lashes. With the addition of our new tawse, and a little reading, she prefers to deliver blows in a more vertical fashion so the tails will wrap into the bottom crease of both cheeks.

Bonnie: I'm totally biased and I have no real world basis for comparison, but I think my husband is a world class spanker. His aim is excellent and he displays a wide range of techniques. He routinely varies the strike zone, intensity, pacing, and angle so I never know what is coming next. He covers my entire bottom but avoids straying too high, too low, or too far outside. I'm not sure about his backhand technique. I guess he does that too, but it's not as common.

As for special talents, I will stick to spanking and cite his wrist pop. He snaps a short paddle or hairbrush so as to maximize the sting upon impact with my bottom. This is a standard feature of our OTK spankings.

Baxter: My wife prefers to use either a long shoehorn (2.5 feet I think) and the riding crop. Her application of those implements is dead on my bottom and I can feel them for a long time and I appreciate them. My only wish is that she had done it earlier in our marriage, but here we are in our almost mid 60s.

Graham: Are you kidding?! She's perfect!

Hermione: Ron has a fun thing he does with the dogging bat, using quick wrist motions to make it flutter back and forth between cheeks very quickly. Other than that, I don't think he uses backhand at all. He's a straightforward kind of guy!

Thank you all for your contributions to our discussion. Stay safe!
From Hermione's Heart

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