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Subject: Re: The toss of a coin

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Date Posted: 11:47:43 08/31/21 Tue
In reply to: MarkW 's message, "The toss of a coin" on 10:35:33 08/27/21 Fri

Hello Mark, I had a similar experience when school uniform shopping with my grandson and granddaughter last week.
Now I know from experience that this is never a particularly happy task, so warnings were issued beforehand and they both knew full well that bottoms would be spanked if they weren't on their best behaviour.

My granddaughter heeded the warning and while she wasn't exactly happy, she was obedient, polite and entirely trouble free throughout our trip. My grandson on the other hand must have gone selectively deaf when I was issuing my warnings of dire consequences as he was sulky, surly and disrespectful from the start. A further warning to buck his ideas up made no difference so I told him that he would be going over my knee when I got him home. At this point he started to behave, but of course it was too late to save him.

Once we got home I sent him to his room while I saw to my granddaughter. I believe it is important to make sure good behaviour has its rewards and it served to let him stew over his impending date with the slipper a little longer.

Once I'd told my granddaughter what a good girl she had been and let her know she could pick a film for us all to watch tonight (Frozen, yet again. My husband was delighted), it was punishment time for my grandson. I went to his room, gave him a telling off about his awful behaviour and told him I was now going to give him a good spanking with the slipper for his bad behaviour. To his credit, he said he was sorry and didn't try making excuses. Then it was down to business and I soundly tanned his bare bottom with my slipper. He was a very sore, tearful boy by the time I was done with him.

Hopefully he will have learned his lesson for future shopping trips.

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Re: The toss of a coinGreg to Kate17:55:52 08/31/21 Tue
Re: The toss of a coinMarkW10:44:34 09/01/21 Wed

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