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Subject: Re: Requiring active conversation during a spanking
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Date Posted:18:38:33 07/26/21 Mon In reply to:
's message, "Re: Requiring active conversation during a spanking" on 12:27:14 07/26/21 Mon
Like most here, any substantive talking is done before or after the spanking. Once I begin spanking, similar to Mary and Lois, I may at times answer their desperate pleas to "Pleeease stoopp!! I've haad enough!!" or statements "If huurts soo muuch!!" with letting them know "I will decide when the spanking stops, not you/You better get settled in, we have a long ways to go." Or "I know it hurts. It's supposed to, it's a spanking."
But eventually I will stop commenting and concentrate on my job at hand and letting my hand and spoon/brush do the talking. Besides, as others have also mentioned, eventually the children get to a point where they are only consumed with the pain of the spanking and wouldn't be able to answer anything, even if I tried to ask and expect a response. As Mary says so accurately, at that point it's just 'spanking babble' on anything they say.