Archive for ‘Other Punishment Stories’

May 18th, 2016

Inquisitive employee

A girl discovers a female colleague was caned at work, and wants to find out more

By PG

“Is it true that you caned Jenny before Christmas because she tried to have dinner with her boyfriend at the company’s expense?”

Louise was chatting with Mike (the Boss) at a company drinks party and had always wanted to ask the question, but it took a couple of drinks to loosen her tongue. The boss looked at her and asked how did she knew, to which Louise simply said that Jenny had mentioned she had better keep her nose clean or the boss will use methods in line with what the company does for a living and mentioned that she knew that from personal experience and hinted at her pre-Christmas caning.
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May 11th, 2016

A Day in the Country

An old friend’s new wife reveals her convent school past

By Paul S

Tim had been Mark’s usher at his wedding to Karen, and they had been married happily for about 25 years. Tim, however, had not been so lucky in love and was twice divorced.

Tim had recently been reacquainted with Mark, together with Pete and Suzy whom he had known at school, and they had also been married for over 25 years, although Suzy was a bit older then Pete.

Pete, Suzy, plus Mark and Karen, and Tim and Elaine, Tim’s new wife, were all active on social media and agreed to meet up at a county pub one Sunday in June in central Hertfordshire, as they hadn’t seen each other for some time.
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May 3rd, 2016

The Millionaire’s Girlfriend

A new girlfriend admits she is curious about spanking

By Paul S

Mark was 30 and a successful young businessman in Los Angeles with an aeronautics company, specialising in helicopters. He had dark hair, and was about 6 feet tall and of average, slim build.

Mark had trouble in finding the right sort of girlfriend, as his job tended to attract women he saw as gold-diggers or ‘hangers on’. Alternatively there were the female corporate types who dressed smartly but were also dressed to kill, with Mark in their sights. As a result he had a series of failed relationships.

That was precisely why Mark was careful about whom he dated. In despair, he eventually turned to a high class matchmaker who specialised in successful business men and women who simply didn’t have time to go through and play the ‘dating game’. They just wanted a genuine and lasting relationship without all the emotional hassle, if possible.
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April 29th, 2016

The Artist

An accident leads to an opportunity

By Kane Strokes

In the small village of Prim Lacey, Jack Birch was the main topic of village gossip, or he would be if anyone could find out any more than what everybody knew. The villagers knew he had bought the isolated cottage at the end of the village that stood in its own large grounds. No one knew if there was a Mrs Birch. They knew about the high fence that had been built around the rear of the property by Ron Black, the village handyman, and old Freddy Pierce tended the gardens. If Jack Birch had anyone come in and clean for him, it was no one from the village. They knew he had money, he always paid cash, even for the fence Ron Black had built.
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April 29th, 2016

Julia

A girl becomes involved with a friend of her uncle.

by Will Pearson

I read the extract below on Voice in the Corner. It was originally from an out of print book, Sex, Sin and the Whole Damned Thing (Virgo 1979). My story is inspired by it.

I have not spoken or written about this much; most of the time when I have told this story people, especially women, tend to be disgusted. But what happened was consensual and was one of the happiest times of my life.

At 18 I went to live with an ageing uncle so that I could go to University in London. The uncle was a collector of old erotica, which I am sure my parents didn’t know about, and he had a lot of odd friends. I have to say here and now that Uncle was a kind man and never did anything inappropriate, I wouldn’t even know about his erotica if I hadn’t been snooping.
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April 29th, 2016

The Sound

An eighteenth birthday party takes an unexpected turn.

By Lorna Brand

Sound can be so evocative and at times provocative. It can transport you to a time, a place. It can conger up pictures in your mind and make all your other senses tingle out with your control as you feel it surge through your body. We never do sound justice when we try to describe it, we can allude to the volume or the pitch and can even give a sense of drama surrounding it but sometimes there is a sound that penetrates your whole being that will resonate forever within you but it is completely undecipherable and this is what I want to share with you today.
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April 28th, 2016

Holly’s Hen Weekend

Take four girls and too much alcohol, plus a cane.

By Paul S

Holly and eleven friends met at Luton airport on Friday before going through passport and security for their jet flight to Nice, due to arrive at 4.30pm.The flight was fairly uneventful and they passed through passport control and didn’t need baggage reclaim as the girls mostly had small bags or trolley suitcases.

The party consisted of Holly, who was 30 and a qualified vet and soon to be married. The other girls were all in their late 20s or early 30s, and some were married, some had boyfriends and some were still single.
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March 31st, 2016

Was it really like that?

Curiosity can be painful!

By Lisamum

Nick and Amanda were watching a documentary programme on TV about education. Suddenly there was a flashback to the 1960s and a reference to corporal punishment.

After the programme ended Amanda asked Nick: “Do you think girls really got smacked in those days?”

“Course they did,” replied Nick. “I remember my mum saying that she got whacked with a plimsoll, they called it the slipper.”

“My mum’s never mentioned it. I’ll have to ask her when I next see her.”

Nothing more was said. A couple of days later Amanda spoke to her mum on the telephone and asked her about the slipper.
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March 27th, 2016

Sophie and the Riding Crop

A temporary job leads a girl into an interesting situation 

By Julie Baker

My name is Sophie Wilkinson and I was born in Pickering, North Yorkshire in March 1993. My father is a farm manager for a large estate and I grew up as very much part of the local farming community. I went to school locally and did well in both sports and my academic studies. I wanted to be a vet and was offered a place at the School of Veterinary Medicine at Glasgow University conditional on my grades in my A levels. I worked incredibly hard and was delighted when I was successful.
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March 14th, 2016

Painful Penance

A woman has bad thoughts about her schooldays, but can she do anything about it?

By Stinger Sam

Sasha Richardson was a devoted Catholic but had not always been devout in her faith. In her youth, she was spiteful, mistreated her classmates, and was even a bully at times. As she was kneeling in a church pew reflecting on her past behavior, she began to be overcome with guilt. During Lent, every practicing Catholic is supposed to make a sacrifice or give up something in an attempt to forsake sinful behavior and to get closer to God. Sasha had not yet decided what she was going to do for Lent, but one thing she knew was that she needed to discuss her past behavior with her parish priest. With courage to face her dark past and determined to amend her wrongdoings, she took a deep breath and entered the confessional.
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