Friday, 27 July 2012

Spankolympics

As many of you are no doubt aware the 2012 London Summer Olympics started today. I may be scarce for the next couple of weeks as I watch the games. I've always enjoyed the Olympics, and as I watch all those fit young people compete in their skimpy outfits (they seem to get smaller every Olympiad) I can't help, but think how spankable their bottoms all look.

I wish spanking were an Olympic event. I might be able to fulfil a childhood dream of competing if that were the case.

In keeping with the theme I'm posting two pictures from CF Shots. I think I can fit them into an Olympic context.


Spanking is a two person activity. You need a spanker and a spankee. There are seven lovely young women lined up here, all ready to have their hindquarters scorched. I see them as the spankees in a marathon event. A few of them look to have already competed earlier judging by the colour their bottoms are sporting.


Once you've got the spankees you need the spankers. Here they are. The Spanking Dream Team. Snow 'Hairbrush' Mercy, Lana 'Paddle' Miller and Claire 'Paddle Brush' Fonda. I wonder who would win the gold medal?

Have a fun Olympics!

14 comments:

  1. A Spanking Olympics is a great idea! There was a similar idea over on Banjo's blog about an international spanking competition. Clare Fonda was a nomination for the USA's representative spanker, but perhaps she, Snow and Lana should have a spank-off to decide...

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  2. Surely, in a Spanking Olympics, there would be men's as well as women's teams in both spanko and spankee categories, not to mention "mixed doubles", wouldn't there?

    So many bottoms, so little time...

    Phil

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  3. Maybe the judges should be blindfolded while spankers wallop them and they rate the effectiveness with card scores; or maybe it's a race to see who can deliver a certain number of swats the quickest, with several levels, like sprinting; or maybe record the impact of a paddle in decibels - each spanker delivers a dozen and the highest accumulated score wins the gold.

    Then again, spanking is already an Olympian experience anytime, isn't it?

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  4. Thank you all for your responses and enthusiasm. I know its a fantasy, but it's so much fun to dream.

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  5. And a fun fantasy, perhaps the Olympics could be held right after the games, with each athlete being chosen for his or her poor behaviour during the games, now that would be a lovely closing ceremony!

    Always
    Ron

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  6. It would be the best closing ceremony ever, Ron!

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  7. Now Aunty, I know I can be a bit of a nag about things, but now tell me, Hope Solo is so working herself up to a visit to The Spank Shop ma'am.
    Always
    Ron

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    1. Hope is from the area where I live and, much as she's well thought of around here, I have to agree she's getting a bit big for her britches and I'd love to see them around her knees whilst she's not-so-comfortably ensconced over Aunty Andrea's lap for an attitude adjustment... ;-)

      Phil

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  8. Is this Hope Solo somehow famous? Admittedly we don't get much coverage of female soccer over here, but I had literally never heard of her before some of my followers mentioned her. The ladies that do need spanking are the 4 female badminton doubles competitors who deliberately lost games to alter the draw this ensuring their teams had a better shot at medals. Fortunately common sense prevailed and they were all disqualified.

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    1. Hope Solo is the US women's soccer team goalkeeper and has become kind of an "enforcer" against criticism from outside. She engaged in a "flame war" with former US soccer goalie and medalist Brandi Chastain who now works as a commentator for NBC (I think). She's gotten kind of snarky about it and a lot of folks seem to think she's in need of a bit of a comeuppance.
      She IS gorgeous though... ;-)

      Phil

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  9. She does sound eminently spankable, if her profile was just a little higher. Maybe I'll consider it if her team wins the gold.

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    1. Well, as you may know by now, the US women's soccer team beat Japan for the gold. So...

      Also, Kerri Walsh and Misty May won their third straight gold for the US in women's beach volleyball. Just sayin'...

      Phil

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  10. As I said Phil, the biggest challenge with this was picking an athlete or athletes who were high profile enough to be known to everyone, not just keen Olympic watchers, and with me ruling tennis out that was difficult. Congratulations to the American girls, considering that the beach volleyball was an all US affair that is particularly impressive. Unless something extraordinary happens in the last two days of competition I have an athlete in mind that everyone will or should be aware of, and not just for what she does in the Olympic arena.

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    1. Well, I'm not exactly a keen Olympic watcher. I just watch mainly the sports with women possessed of splendid, spankable bottoms, which, come to think of it, still covers a lot of events... ;-)
      Can't wait to see your choice.

      Phil

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