Archive for ‘Domestic Spanking Stories’

November 7th, 2017

Late Again!

How to improve a girlfriend’s timekeeping

By Joanna Jones

I glanced at my watch for the umpteenth time, and wondered whether to keep waiting. It was a cold March evening and standing outside Holborn tube station was not my idea of how to spend my evening. At least this time it was not raining.

My girlfriend, an American lass called Geri who I had met at an early December Christmas party, was late again. Indeed she was almost always late. On our first date it had been only five minutes, and on the dates running up to Christmas and New Year it had been typically around ten. Since January we had really become an item, but the delays for her to arrive seemed to have just gotten progressively longer, more like quarter of an hour or more. On both the previous two she had been around twenty minutes delayed. This time she was thirty minutes late and counting.
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October 25th, 2017

Lillian’s Test

A woman lets someone stand in for her, but it doesn’t all work out.

By Lorna Brand

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be someone else for the day? Well I don’t have to! I’ve been trading places with my big sister Bella ever since we were small. She is just under a year older than me, but to look at us you would think we were twins. We had loads of fun growing up, tricking teachers and friends. Mum even cut my hair once to make us look different. She was called in to the school because I had been taking Bella’s Modern Studies class and she was taking my French. Mum said that it was the last straw. We almost made it to the end of the year. If I hadn’t been off with chicken pox we would never have been discovered. We didn’t look different for long, though, because I ended up cutting my sisters hair to match mine. We got into so much trouble my bum still tingles at the thought of it.

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October 2nd, 2017

Marital Discipline

A mother in law advises exactly what her wayward daughter needs.

By Paul S

Richard and Lucy had been married only 6 months, and were happy despite her wild child behaviour and extravagant upper class tendencies. Their friends and family were taking bets at the wedding that it wouldn’t last a year. But, oh what a hot and steamy year, they all said.

Richard and Lucy were passionate about each other, and their displays of affection in public were becoming a bit embarrassing for Richard at times. Notably in front of his ‘stuffy’ and prudish upper class and very wealthy family, who lived on the coast near the yacht club with their own private yacht, and did not approve.
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September 28th, 2017

Sweet Memories

A young wife has her doubts removed in an unusual way

By Lorna Brand

The gentle breeze shook the cherry blossom from the tree like confetti. Monica lifted her face up towards the tree, gently shutting her eyes so she could feel it as it fell against her soft cheek. The blossoms speckled her hair and floated on to the grass all around. It was hard for her not to let her mind wander back to her wedding day; only eighteen months earlier she was so happy and full of hope. She could never have seen what was to play out. Her life had completely changed but certainly not how she expected.
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September 13th, 2017

Learning a New Piece

A female head of the family deals with her sister-in-law. By a new writer to us.

By J Grey

The piano moaned discordant and offended at having its keyboard buffed with a manic attention to detail that let the rest of the household know it was Anne herself doing the cleaning. Then it fell silent, and music began. C triad, A minor, tentative, exploratory and gentle, it filled the piano room, drifted down the halls through the open doors, and wafted through the great French windows to the garden. Anne tilted her head, quizzical and alert. C, F, G, A minor, F, G, E7! (like a chess move) and half home to A minor, C’s beautiful soul-mate and  friend.
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August 29th, 2017

A New Broom

A period piece about domestic staff at a large mansion

By Hilary Wilmington

The two hazel bushes which grew in a corner of the walled garden on the Ligurin estate had flourished undisturbed for some time now. Too long, according to the head gardener, who grumbled that the nuts they yielded were hardly worth harvesting and they were not being put to that other use they were kept for. Only the other day, one of the kitchen maids had trampled straight across the onion beds on her way to give him a message that more carrots were wanted. When he’d got angry about it, she’d given him a lot of cheek and trampled back the same way. Though he’d complained bitterly, nothing was done about it.
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July 9th, 2017

A Conversation between Mother and Daughter

The title says it all and offers an insight into family discipline

by Hilary Wilmington

As she entered the kitchen, Sasha was blinded by the sun streaming through the windows, so she did not at first notice her mother, who was sitting at the table shelling peas.

“Oh, I didn’t see you,” said Sasha. “Why isn’t the radio on?”

Penelope usually had the radio on when she was working in the kitchen. If Sasha had known her mother was here she would have stayed in her room. She braced herself for the deluge of recrimination she expected and all those awkward questions  she would have to answer, for which as yet she had not managed to think up any plausible lies.
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July 2nd, 2017

An Irish Tail

Two sisters reminisce about their previous family discipline

By Paul S

Ellen and Mary were sisters, now 21 and 20, but lived together in Ireland during their upbringing on a farm in Wexford, Ireland. Mary was smaller at 5 foot 6 inches and 34-24-36 whilst Ellen was the big sister at 21, 5 foot 8 inches tall and measured 36-26-40.

Their dad was a racehorse trainer and was involved in breeding quality racehorses for clients the world over, particularly in the lucrative Middle East. This meant he did not have time to deal with domestic matters which was left to their Mam, Judy, who was very strict with the girls.
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June 5th, 2017

A Simple Misunderstanding

Life as an au pair in a different culture

By Julie Baker

My name is Alice Granger and I was born in Reading in April 1991. I am the eldest of four children and there is three years between each of us. I have an older brother and my two sisters are the youngest in our family. My father is an accountant in London and my mother works as a nurse in the local hospital. We are a solid middle class family with enough money to be comfortable but by no stretch of the imagination are we in any way rich. We were bought up to work hard, respect authority and do the best with whatever gifts we had been given.
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March 29th, 2017

Events on Mothering Sunday

A row with her mother gets a girl into trouble.

By Jane Fairweather

In eighteen year old Elspeth Jackson’s somewhat prejudiced opinion, Mothering Sunday was a thoroughly annoying day. Long custom had decreed that the young maids at her parents’ house were allowed to go off for the day to their Mother church, where they had first worshipped and usually call on their Mothers and give them flowers or some other small present.

And her own Mama and Papa, of course, just had to let the older women servants go off as well, so there was no cook or assistant cook or maids, or any of the useful persons that did all those things that were normally done for her as a matter of course. This annoyed her particularly because at her best friend Genevieve Smyth’s parents’ house the older servants were excluded from the treat, so life went on much as normal, except the Smyth’s cook had to exert herself more than usual on Mothering Sunday, which must annoy her, Elspeth thought petulantly.
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