Wednesday, January 30, 2013
the $1 section hairbrush
True confession: I love to go grocery shopping. And when I do, I always stop by the dollar aisle. Can't help it. I've picked up some truly worthless junk there, and we probably have some out-of-date condiments still in our fridge courtesy of my excursions to the clearance section on the dollar aisle. But the other day, I found this flat-backed hairbrush for $1. Yes, it was "Stylin'" and I took a pick intending to write a post (okay another post) making fun of cane-iac and sharing a secret spanko tip on purchasing implements. I mean, it looks like a serious hairbrush and I got it for $1, right?
But a funny/sad thing happened. I used it for a part of one spanking, and it delivered a solid whappy type sound and according to her a thuddy type sensation, but I could tell it didn't hurt nearly as much as my old solid wooden hairbrushes. In fact, after a few whacks, it was obvious (painfully obvious?) that this hairbrush was plastic and relatively lightweight.
But then, not too long after that, my favorite no-longer-a-spanking-virgin told me she wanted to really feel a hairbrush spanking. Thinking I should go (fairly) gentle on her, when it got to the point of bringing her back over my knee and this time with a hairbrush, I decided that this new black hairbrush was the way to go. Whoops. After a few whacks, the handle broke off. She kept the handle as a souvenir, but here's a pic of the same hairbrush showing the handle broken off. Don't worry- she got really good hairbrush spanking- I come prepared.
Despite that, needless to say, she was quite proud of breaking her 1st implement. A broken implement (especially a broken hairbrush) can be sort of a badge of honor, I guess. But I thought my readers might want to know that they should not be fooled by the clearance aisle/ dollar section - I suppose you get what you pay for when it comes to spanking implements.
at 6:20 AM