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Subject: Re: Bottom wobble and other matters

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Date Posted: 12:55:03 04/28/21 Wed
In reply to: Mary 's message, "Re: Bottom wobble and other matters" on 05:38:08 04/28/21 Wed

Good points. My point was that I can understand bucking (a response to each spank) or rolling (making the target harder to hit),or frog like and other moves (trying to escape the lap), but I don’t understand the response of kicking whether over a lap, bed, or arm of a chair. Now in the old movies, the heroine might be shown kicking her pretty legs as the hero spanked, but that was more of a sexy thing.

>I’m kind of at a loss here reading your reply about
>kicking, “why do folks think such a common reaction
>is kicking” I don’t think it is a common reaction,
>I know it is, I haven’t witnessed a child being
>spanked (that was really spanked) that didn’t kick
>or move their legs in some fashion. I guess there
>might be some child/ren out there who don’t kick
>there legs, or move them around but not that I know of.
>Here they are very animated or try hard to be. I will
>take hold of their wrist/arm and pin their arm to
>their lower back and my elbow pressing against their
>upper back, I have them under control and it allows
>them to squirm, wiggle and kick away, I don't get
>upset because I view it as a natural reaction that
>can't be helped and shows me I am getting through to

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