Foolishness since 2007

Foolishness since 2007
Foolishness since 2007

Friday, March 31, 2017

BDSM

From an article in the Independent, a UK publication.  

Cheese and whips

The trend for BDSM tourism has both a past and an emerging future. The term BDSM only came into use in 1969, but unsurprisingly, the practices predate the term by at least 5000 years. Some of the oldest references to this kind of sexual behaviour are found in the Sumerian cuneiform literature (c 2500 BC) describing the ritual punishment, moaning, and ecstasy in the worship of the goddess of fertility, Inanna. And, in Ancient Greece, Plutarch, Xenophon, and Plato all discussed examples of BDSM. One, in particular, was the cult of the diamastigosis where young men were flogged under the guidance of priestesses whilst trying to remove cheeses from an altar. Well, everyone needs a hobby.

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Highly Spankable

Just eye candy today
I need to get out more




Thanks, NB!

From D's Naughty Butts

Did the spanking tear up her shorts?

Monday, March 27, 2017

Reasons To Spank



You were naughty
You look like you are going to be naughty
I think you might have been naughty
Someone, somewhere has been naughty

You could use a good cry
I could use a good workout
I want to make you wet

I want to
You asked me to

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Weekend Rambling

Vitriol

The media and politicians have called President Trump’s followers: “deplorables, irredeemables, Hilterites, Stalinists, KKK, scumbags, unbalanced, Islamophobes, racists, sexists, rioters, raging bigots, terrorists, flat-earthers, liars, crazies”. Chris Matthews called Trump supporters “dogs”.

Many want Trump impeached. For what? Making them foam at the mouth? Others want him killed. Odd, I don't recall calls for the assassination of Obama.

It was the librarians-in-pussy-hats that made the women’s march after Trump’s inauguration so adorable.

Setting aside the govern from the street corner crowd, Conservatives sometimes seem more bothered by Trump’s raw uncouthness in service to a conservative agenda than they were by Obama’s sautéed orneriness in advancing progressive hope and change. Years of the Cairo Speech, the apology tours, the Iran deal, the Iraq pullout, Obamacare, record debt and low growth — editorialized by chronic attacks on Fox News, along with “you didn’t build that,” “punish our enemies,” and “I won” putdowns from Obama — never prompted calls for the 25th Amendment like those in some anti-Trump groups.


I think many of the left are well-meaning, but let emotion erode logic. Perhaps they should strive for clarity of thought in lieu of unfocused passion.


The Rule Of Law and Immigration
Federal law states that the president can by proclamation “suspend the entry of all aliens or any class of aliens as immigrants or nonimmigrants, or impose on the entry of aliens any restrictions he may deem to be appropriate.” Yet federal judges have ruled, twice, that President Trump cannot do what the law allows.

 Some 500 “sanctuary” cities and counties have decided for political reasons that federal immigration law does not fully apply within their jurisdictions. They have done so with impunity, believing that illegal immigration is a winning political issue given changing demography. In a way, they have already legally seceded from the union/

The law states that foreign nationals cannot enter and permanently reside in the United States without going through a checkpoint and in most cases obtaining a legal visa or green card. But immigration law has been all but ignored. Or it was redefined as not committing additional crimes while otherwise violating immigration law. Then the law was effectively watered down further to allow entering and residing illegally if not committing “serious” crimes. Now, the adjective “serious” is being redefined as something that does not lead to too many deportations.


The logical end is no immigration law at all — and open borders.

Another Effect of Illegal Immigration Another incident of radical Islam in the UK this week. This will continue. It's becoming more commonplace every year. Western countries opened their doors years ago to Muslims. Now we can see the results of allowing in those who seek to destroy us. 


Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Potpourri

Several images have accumulated that have no commonality. So it's time for a potpourri post.

Only recently I leaned that women wearing belts turn on some men.



Spanking with a foam slipper? Why bother?



Here is what I think is a photo-shopped picture. I might have paid more attention in school if the teacher's had opened their blouses.


And, Mom, I am sure your son appreciates you paddling him for having F/m pictures. Yeah, that sure would be punishment.


Looks like I missed out growing up in a rural area. This sort of door-to-door sales would have been welcome.



Why post this picture of Laura Ramsey from Mad Men? Just liked it.

Did this happen in your home?



Monday, March 20, 2017

School Uniforms

We have all seen pictures like this. The internet is rife with them.



Here it seems her punishment is to give Dad a BJ




The way Wolfe sees it



Saturday, March 18, 2017

Politics Is Not As Usual

We don't know everything.
Our views may not reflect yours.

I had a friend who told me more than once that he did not mind that younger people did not know something, but what really got him riled is that they did not care. We were both 30-something at the time. It was the generation just younger than we were that bothered him. Mike had one the best minds, I want to say of our generation, realizing that phrase will be lost on most readers. I suppose Mike leaned left. Neither of us talked much about politics, except to curse Nixon. Rambling, Mike you were ahead of your time. The last two generations don't give a damn about history. They learned all they needed to know from Jon Stewart. And that is why there is such a great divide today. Some think they know it all. The rest of can only shake our heads their dismal knowledge of the world. They can be no communication as there is no common knowledge.

Random thoughts from the last week.

On Education
Frederick Douglass, speaking in 1894 in Manassas, Va., said, “To deny education to any people is one of the greatest crimes against human nature.” 

The professional Democratic Party and their ally the teacher’s unions have denied education for decades, especially to urban blacks. Many urban school systems are slowly dying and membership in unions is declining.

I am hopeful that the new Secretary of Education will do everything possible to advance education. We are hopeful that with Republicans in the majority on the NLRB they will put charter schools beyond the union's reach. Teacher's unions have been the great preventer of education for decades. Pols love them, they grant pension benefits and get votes in return.

Hollywood Speaks
I read this morning that the now pundit Meryl Streep terms those in favor of the rule of law as Brownshirts. Guess I need to do some shopping for a new shirt, because I sure as hell believe in the rule of law.

Trump
There was no one running that we fancied. Not a one. The rule of law is one the most important issues to us. Without it, we devolve into chaos. Doubt it? Look out your window. The rule of law is important to Trump, so we like that about him. We are the opposite pole from him on trade.

One month in, what impression are people getting of the Trump administration? Early dynamism followed by mess. Good executive orders followed by bad, the choice of Neil Gorsuch for the high court followed by the departure of Michael Flynn from the National Security Council.

He merits eye rolling more than paranoia.

Obama piled up $20 trillion in collective debt, nearly destroyed the health care system, set the Middle East afire, turned the campus into Animal Farm, transformed Hollywood into 1984-style widescreen indoctrination, wrote thousands of regulations to stifle business and nearly shut down drilling. Trump has a lot of heavy lifting ahead to discard just some of the mess.

HOLMAN W. JENKINS, JR....The saddest part, though, is how quickly Democrats, following their loudest, ninniest voters, have decided to turn Mr. Trump into the Antichrist. One example: In 17 years of Howard Stern interviews, Mr. Trump appears never to have uttered a sentiment unfriendly to gays. He is a lifelong New Yorker. He was a regular at Studio 54. His mentor was a powerful gay attorney. In his convention speech, Mr. Trump offered himself as the defender of “LGBTQ citizens.” Yet many gay activists now join a parade of those pronouncing themselves oppressed by a Trump presidency. Why? Pure cognitive dissonance: Democrats have been busy twisting his admittedly rococo image beyond reason to fit their partisan needs.

The Stock Market All of the indexes are up. After taking our required minimum distribution, we are up 14% for the year. Finally payoff for our energy investments.


Friday, March 17, 2017

Butt Selfies

A Picture Post Day



At least one good thing has come from the universal use of cell phones.
Bless you, keep them coming. We love them.




Short shorts never go out of style



Nor do blondes in blue bikini's




Thursday, March 16, 2017

Two Little Things

I was a little surprised that several of the fantasies shared here were from male submissive's. I did not know there were so many male submissive's reading OBB as that is not a topic we present here.

I was gratified to see Ronnie post about ruined male orgasms as a means to prolong sex. Most of what I have seen on the subject is by male submissive's desirous of being denied orgasm.

I leave you with a little humor.


Sunday, March 12, 2017

What's Sexy?

We watched the 2001 Mulholland Drive film last night. We are not sure what it was about. Bacall started multi-tasking about half-way through it.

There was a half-second in the film that was sexy to me. It was still on my mind this morning and I thought I would share it with you. Now don't get your expectations up. Yes, there was sex in the movie, but that's not what I want to share.

It was a scene where Naomi Watts was doing an audition and the man wanted to do it with her real close to him. Hell, I would too.  His hand went for her ass and she put her hand on his and pushed it to her tight little bottom. That's it, but it was incredibly sexy to me.

Maybe it is because I have a thing for the "Girl Next Door Look". I suspect it touched some forgotten youthful moments. You know those first-time deals, when your date surprised you with something new. I will never forget the first time I felt a wet tongue probe my ear. So maybe her clasping his hand to her was like that.



The Girl Next Door

Saturday, March 11, 2017

On Trump

Trump was not our pick. In fact, there was no one running that we had any real taste for. Considering the alternative, we are OK with Trump.

I have thought for a month what I wanted to say about Trump. An excerpt from an interview of Camila Paglia says it better than I could.


From the anti-feminist feminist:
Paglia was not surprised by the election results. “I felt the Trump victory coming for a long time,” she told me. Writing last spring, she’d called Trump “raw, crude and uninformed” but also “smart, intuitive and a quick study”; she praised his “bumptious exuberance and slashing humor” (and took some pleasure in watching him fluster the GOP). Speaking two weeks into his administration, she sounded altogether less troubled by the president than any other self-declared feminist I’d encountered since Inauguration Day: “He is supported by half the country, hello! And also, this ethically indefensible excuse that all Trump voters are racist, sexist, misogynistic, and all that — American democracy cannot proceed like this, with this reviling half the country.”

We like most of his cabinet appointments. We fully support a return to the rule of law. We disagree with him on trade. We wish him well in cutting through the bureaucracy, but that will be some heavy lifting.

We snicker when libtards make fun of his hair. Really? Is that all they have? I think it all a part of the Trump Derangement Syndrome.

It may not be the case, but it seems women are unhinged about Trump than men. No rational reasons are given. Just fear and loathing.



This is supposed to demean Trump. Well, who the hell wants someone griping and bitching all the time? Not me. If that's your definition of misogynistic, well color me one.



Wednesday, March 8, 2017

What's Your Fantasy Spanking?



A reader suggests we all describe our fantasy spanking. A spanking we would like to experience, but we've never done, but always thought about.


I hope our female readers will share their fantasy spanking.

It can be a spanking you want to get or give. 

Saturday, March 4, 2017

Understanding The Quran

According to Islamic teaching, the Quran came down as a series of revelations from Allah through the Archangel Gabriel to the Prophet Muhammad, who then dictated it to his followers. Muhammad’s companions memorized fragments of the Quran and wrote them down on whatever was at hand, which were later compiled into book form under the rule of the third Caliph, Uthman, some years after Muhammad’s death.
While in Mecca, though Muhammad condemned paganism (for the most part), he showed great respect for the monotheism of the Christian and Jewish inhabitants. Indeed, the Allah of the Quran claimed to be the same God worshipped by Jews and Christians, who now revealed himself to the Arab people through his chosen messenger, Muhammad. It is the Quranic revelations that came later in Muhammad’s career, after he and the first Muslims left Mecca for the city of Medina, that transformed Islam from a relatively benign form of monotheism into an expansionary, military-political ideology that persists to this day.
Those Westerners who read a translation of the Quran are often left bewildered as to its meaning thanks to ignorance of a critically important principle of Quranic interpretation known as “abrogation.” The principle of abrogation — al-naskh wa al-mansukh (the abrogating and the abrogated) — directs that verses revealed later in Muhammad’s career “abrogate” — i.e., cancel and replace — earlier ones whose instructions they may contradict. Thus, passages revealed later in Muhammad’s career, in Medina, overrule passages revealed earlier, in Mecca.
Skepticism was directed at Muhammad that Allah’s revelations were not entirely consistent over time. Muhammad’s rebuttal was that “Allah is able to do all things” — even change his mind. To confuse matters further, though the Quran was revealed to Muhammad sequentially over some twenty years’ time, it was not compiled in chronological order. When the Quran was finally collated into book form under Caliph Uthman, the suras were ordered from longest to shortest with no connection whatever to the order in which they were revealed or to their thematic content. In order to find out what the Quran says on a given topic, it is necessary to examine the other Islamic sources that give clues as to when in Muhammad’s lifetime the revelations occurred. Upon such examination, one discovers that the Meccan suras, revealed at a time when the Muslims were vulnerable, are generally benign; the later Medinan suras, revealed after Muhammad had made himself the head of an army, are bellicose.
So in one place it says be tolerant of people of the book and in another place it says slay them where you find them.
Excerpts are from https://www.jihadwatch.org/islam-101
Well that makes things easy. Written by others from memory, complied without any reguard for order. Makes understanding it easy.

Wednesday, March 1, 2017