Foolishness since 2007

Foolishness since 2007
Foolishness since 2007

Monday, July 16, 2018

Skinny Dipping

It's hot here and everywhere

Not something we do anymore, but it was fun when we were fit and slim.

We especially enjoyed the many hot springs in the Cascade Mountains. Occasionally we had them to ourselves, usually there several others enjoying a soak. I will never forget the day when a group of girls from a local college came to one of the larger pools.






Do you feel any cooler now?

Saturday, July 14, 2018

Oye Como Va



 If you don't get this, ask your kids. Funny as hell to me.

Taken at our local grocery

The type of woman I like


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Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Quick Tie Madness



This is a Truly Evil Pervertable.

I had no intention of making a pervertable. It just happened.

I bound several quick ties together (with a quick tie) this morning to store in the Jeep. I have done this many times but never realized that it could be used as a bundle of switches. There is no need to wait until growing season to get supple switches. And they will last all year. 

I am not going to use them. I am not even going to suggest you try it. But if you are pain slut, this one is for you. Imagine how they would feel on the thighs.

Saturday, July 7, 2018

The Left needs to face reality: Trump is winning


The thing about an angry mob with their emotions “turned up to 11” is they can’t live there indefinitely. The likelihood of more left-wing violence is real and growing daily now because Democrats are trying to keep everyone emotional over a dozen things at once. The last 2 weeks’ worth of Supreme Court decisions, the Kennedy retirement, the border, ICE, health care, taxes, Trump’s existence, etc., etc., are all “WE’RE ALL GONNA DIE!” moments to the mob. Rage is hard enough to direct, rage against everything is impossible to control.

by Michael Goodwin for the NY Post
To understand the madness gripping American leftists, try to see the world through their eyes. 
Like the Palestinians who mark Israel’s birth as their nakba, or tragedy, you regard Donald Trump’s 2016 victory as a catastrophe. It’s the last thing you think of most nights, and the first thing most mornings.
You can’t shake it or escape it. Whatever you watch, listen to or read, there are reminders — Donald Trump really is president.
You spend your tax cut even as you rail against the man who made it happen. And you are pleased that cousin Jimmy finally got a job, though you repeat the daily devotional that Barack Obama deserves credit for the roaring economy.

And now this — Justice Anthony Kennedy is retiring, and Trump gets another Supreme Court pick. The court might tilt right for the rest of your life. He’s winning.

NOOOOOOOOO!!!

In a nutshell, our visit to the tortured mind of a Trump hater explains everything from Saturday’s mass marches to why a Virginia restaurant owner declared No Soup for Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

Their loathing for Trump is bone-deep and all-consuming. This is war and they take no prisoners.

For most marchers, border policies offer a chance to vent. They didn’t make a peep when Obama did the same thing.

If children are their main concern, they could help the 23,000 New York City kids living in shelters. Or they could have attended the funeral of Lesandro Guzman-Feliz, the innocent Bronx teen hacked to death by a Dominican gang.

Instead, they give in to Trump Derangement Syndrome, which causes them to immediately and absolutely adopt the opposite position of the president’s — facts and common sense be damned.

He is reaching a high-water mark in his presidency, with his support growing and expanding. Events, including big Supreme Court rulings and Kennedy’s retirement, give him chances to pad his advantage.

Cue the wailing.


Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Independence Day - Edition 242









To our cousins across the water. That colony deal was not working well for us. So we went our own way. It went well for over 200 years, now it seems we are mucking it up.

Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Another New Girdle



Bogey saw a girdle online and asked me about it.  I looked and it's supposed to lift up the fanny.  The support ends under the cheeks and the cheeks were bare.  That could give quite a bit of sting.  I say “okay”.  It was ordered and took forever to get here from China (something about a slow boat LOL).  It arrived yesterday.  The front is quite nice and not too firm for my taste. But the back was another story.  I started laughing out loud, Bogey didn’t. The backside is padded, not open!   We decided that we would try it out the next day.

Today was experiment day - I brought in two paddles that he doesn’t normally use on me.  That test went great - very very little feeling at all.  This is a good girdle :) Bogey tried out another paddle and gives a hard swing! Okay, I felt that and the new girdle is not pain proof!  


A week later Bacall suggested we do some girdle play and told me to stay in the den while she got ready. When she called me, it was to show that she had found that the pads in the girdle could be removed. She thought the girdle made her look better. I agreed. I liked the look, the stitching for the pad pocket framed her bottom just right. The short legs ended in lace. I liked that.

She took a long paddling. She said either the girdle provided protection or she was feeling bulletproof. I say it was the latter. Her cheeks were bright red.

Total cost of fun $7

Monday, July 2, 2018

Our New Rago Girdles

We hope we are not boring you too much with some many girdle posts the last few months. They have really stimulated our spanking repertoire. There will another post on girdles tomorrow.



Somehow a girdle makes it sting more. Our matching Rago's. Both the same size so we can wear whatever color appeals to us on a given day.



Sunday, July 1, 2018

Portraits of Women in Professional Discipline

A woman is doing a photo study of professional women who practice giving discipline. I thought some might find it of interest or an oddity.

Two links

Her Tumblr site

A site where you can support her project.