After a wonderful sunny day out with a kinky friend whom Ludwig and I met today, a very welcome change from all the work that currently rules our lives, I sat in front of the computer thinking about what kind of post I could publish this time. After so much inspiring talk about the kinky lifestyle (and much more), I didn't want to write a theoretical post. And I was in the mood for some action as well.
Then I remembered an interesting pervertible item which I had come across a while ago when sorting out some stuff. I don't know what exactly it is, but it is a redundant piece of wood that came with a do-it-yourself assembly cabinet. It is made of oak and looks like a ruler, only with six holes on one side. So, I fetched it and asked Ludwig whether he would like to try it out, so that we could tell our readers whether this pervertible actually works.
As you can imagine, it didn't take much to convince Ludwig to participate in this little product testing. And so I soon found myself kneeling on a little chair in a corner with my PJ panties down. Ludwig took aim, swung back and with a crack our wooden test object landed across my bare cheeks. I let out a loud: "Ouch!" That thing really works as a spanking object. And what a nasty one! Maybe that's because it is about five millimetres thick.
Ludwig of course made sure to give our new implement a proper try-out, painting my bottom red all over. Finally, he administered twelve more strokes which I had to count out loud. I did, accompanied by lots of hissing, wriggling and screaming. When Ludwig was done, my bottom was crimson red and I even had a little bulls-eye bruise on my right cheek, as you can see in the picture at the top of this post.
My conclusion: We have a new implement in our toy collection! It is a nasty little specimen, but for some reason I also like this piece of wood. I think it would be great for a traditional (school) scene over the clothes as well. I gave Ludwig a try-out stroke over his jeans and he confirmed to me that one definitely feels the pain through clothes as well.
Ludwig is not a big fan of wooden paddles and similar implements, though, so chances aren't good that he is going to volunteer for a full scene with our new toy with him on the receiving end. I don't want to play regularly with rigid wooden implements, either, because they tend to cause too much bruising from my point of view. But as I am sitting here writing this post with a pleasantly warm bottom, I am sure that our new "ruler" will see some action from time to time in the future nonetheless.
Does anyone have an idea what our little pervertible has actually been made for? And how about you, do you like wooden rulers? What kinds of scenes would you use one for?