Saturday, 26 March 2016

#SatSpanks - #Scifi Caning



Welcome to my blog for this week's Saturday Spankings! I hope you're all having a fantastic Easter weekend. Here in New Zealand we've had some pretty wild weather, perfect for snuggling up inside with a good book :)

In this snippet, Damian is introducing to the Mojazi caning implement of choice: a plastic extenda-cane that starts out as a small, innocent-looking plastic rod, but when shaken, extends into a long, whippy cane.


“You’re going to hit me with that… thingy?” she whispered, terrified. Her bottom was already so sore.

“I am,” he confirmed. “I believe Earth people used a wooden cane, once. But this plastic invention is so much more effective. It imparts a much greater sting than a cane ever did.” He tapped it against his leg. “Bend over, place your hands on the seat of the chair. Legs apart.”


“I can’t.” She froze. “Damian, I’m scared.” Her voice was barely more than a whimper as she pleaded him with her eyes. “Please don’t do this to me.”



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8 comments:

  1. Eep! I'd be scared of that too!

    Happy Easter, Kelly. Do you have an Easter Bunny in NZ or a native animal equivalent, like our Easter Bilby?

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    1. Me too! I'm not very brave :(

      Yes we have Easter Bunny here, he is my friend, he brings me chocolate!

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  2. I hate canes! It doesn't matter what they are made of - this one sounds bad. I'd be under the bed!

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    1. I think I would be too! I don't much like canes either.

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  3. I'm with PK on this one. Canes are evil no matter what they're composed of or what planet they're being used on. Evil. Great snippet, though.

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  4. Yep. Me neither. NO CANES and the plastic type? FOR GET IT. Hope he understands. Should I hold out any hope or just send in the Arnica?

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