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Subject: Re: Curing the "Spanking Itch"

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Date Posted: 06:50:50 04/18/21 Sun
In reply to: Amanda J. 's message, "Curing the "Spanking Itch"" on 20:21:06 04/17/21 Sat

I guess the feeling of the "itch of spanking" will not be unknown to almost all pro-spanking mothers and will be felt sometimes more, sometimes less intensely.
Speaking of myself now, I can say that it never takes very long for this "spanking-itch" to be cured.
This is due to the fact that my children are 14, 11 and 10 years old, at an age when it is not unusual that they still need a good deal of spanking.
On the other hand, my position is that I do not use grounding, corner time or other punishments, but if necessary, I spank.
So there is never much time before one of my boys or my daughter is over my knee again and my "spanking-itch" is cured. I have often said, after the spanking, is before the spanking. But I have to say, since I have my new implement, I'm already curious when I get to use it for the first time.
In this respect, a certain "spanking itch" is indeed already starting to build up.

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Re: Curing the "Spanking Itch"Amanda J.10:56:19 04/18/21 Sun

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