Monday, April 12, 2021

Recap: Spanko Brunch 2.0 for April 11

This week we discussed the use of titles.

KDPierre: Rosa and I don't use anything like this, but Nickki seems to like to have me use different 'titles' at times. It's just a personal preference I suppose. I've done it both ways in the past as well, and when I did it more formally it seemed like a big deal, but when I didn't I realized it made little difference. It can add an edge, but only if it seems important to the parties involved. 

Roz: During play time Rick is often Sir, sometimes Daddy. Sometimes it's a requirement but mostly it's just something that evolved from the early days when spanking was purely for fun and may be scene based. It does add to the tone.

Anon: My spankees know not to fail to use the term Sir throughout any spanking. The last time one salutation was missed while a spankee was counting spanks as ordered, 50 hairbrush spanks were added. She never forgot again.

Wendel: "Yes Sir" and "Yes Ma'am" are the common titles. It is just something we have always done. 

Rosco: We do all kinds of role play. Mostly Irene initiates it and I’m not really sure who she is. Depending on the situation, I’ll call her mistress or ma’am or princess or queen or senorita or fraulein or Mrs Robinson etc.

She calls me by name but describes my behavior as pouty, petulant, obstreperous, disrespectful etc.

Jack: My wife decided after the first punishment spanking I would address her as Mommy. She told me her mother said once she got married she would be a wife, friend, and Mommy. She did not understand at the time, but that first spanking she did. I will address her as Mommy until told otherwise. 

Morningstar: In my past relationship I used to HAVE to use the term 'Sir', honestly I found it tiresome and not natural. Being the brat I can be, I used to say "Yes Sir ... No Sir" and then mumble "3 bags full Sir", which didn't win me any brownie points.

Now in this relationship, the only time I use 'Sir' is when I write my blog or when we used to play publicly, otherwise he doesn't want any titles. Much more sensible in my mind, though I could see using an honorific if you are role playing. (We don't - never have never will - small smile.)

 Barrel: With normal spankings, we don’t use any special names as she usually just wants to get started. However, during our longer and more intense sessions where she will lecture or question me during a pause, I refer to my wife as ‘Miss’. The hardest question for me is when she asks if I am able to take more, and the answer she has trained me to give is, ‘only if they are harder, Miss’.

Good topic this week. Thanks.

Prefectdt: It depends upon who I am playing with. I am usually happy to go with the other parties wishes on this as long as they are not too complicated. "Princess Caranthorp The Third Of Thrashsilvania" for example, is a bit too much to remember in the heat of play.

If I am asked for a preference, I kind of like being referred to as "Boy" when I am on the receiving end.

Ronnie: I've used Sir when we've done role play and I sometimes cheekily call P Sir during a spanking. 

A.J.: Have her call me "Sir" or "Master"? Nope. Would not even think of doing that.

1. I wouldn't want that.
2. The pointing and laughter from her!

Bonnie: I have addressed him as Sir on occasion when it seemed like it fit the mood, but it's not a regular feature of our sessions.

Alice: Yes, I address him as Sir when we are playing. It does make me feel more submissive and gets me into that headspace. If he wants me to use it at other times he uses my full name, rather than my shortened name as a signal.

Hermione: I sometimes call Ron "Sir" and it always makes him smile. There's no requirement for it; I do it just for fun.

And there you have it! Stay safe and wear your mask.

From Hermione's Heart

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