I used to live in the Desert Southwest and should have known better, but I habitually confused Cinco de Mayo (May 5th) with Diez Y Seis de Septiembre (September 16th.) Not because I'm calendar illiterate, but because of the Mexican holidays.
Cinco de Mayo is the celebration marking Mexico's unlikely victory over the supposedly superior invading French army during the Battle of Puebla in 1862. Mexican Independence Day is September 16, and a really big deal!
I have that correct now?
Anyway, what better excuse reason for parties and paddles?!
¡¡Viva Los Nalgadas!!
(Oh, and if you're confused by that picture with Mel Blanc and Jack Benny or would just like to giggle at this again--)
My formative years were happily spent in the Dawning of the Miniskirt, and a little later, Hot Pants. Let's think about those little skirts and dresses.
As a life-long spankophile, this seemed like a very good thing to me!
One of many blogs I love to peruse is Harry's "VANILLA SPANKING"! Last week he had a piece on this very topic-- read it HERE! -- and quoted a remark printed in the UK's "TV Times" in 1970. The alleged mother of a teen girl said that a naughty girl in a miniskirt is "self-prepared for a spanking" when necessary!
Whaddayaknow. That is the exact sentiment in one of the very first WolfieToons I ever put on the Web!
I reworked that cartoon for "Discipline & Desire" later!
Here are some others with ladies who may or may not have thought to wind up over a lap when choosing the day's wardrobe!
(Don Roberts draws a car better here!)
Minis can be Inadequate Coverage--
--So think twice before wearing your mini to work!
Or to court!
(This is the very first WolfieToon that appeared at "Discipline & Desire!)
Didja know there are WolfieToons over onPINTEREST?
Well, there are, and it was Larken's idea! Thank you, m'lady!
One of the things that pleases and amuses me about that is that a lot of the women over there who "like" and share my cartoons also feature boards on their Pinterest Pages about puppies and kittens and babies, fab clothes, recipes, travel photos, makeup tips, shoes, et al.
Often as not, we spankophiles tend to "partition" our interests on-line. In my case, it's to avoid embarrassment for my young and/or uninitiated relatives, because otherwise, I'm rather proud of my WolfieWork! Most of it, anyway.
So it's refreshing to see these young women, moms, and grannies put it all up there, as if to say, "I have lots of personality facets, and some of them are sexual and humorously kinky! So there!"
I mentioned this to Larken, who said, "There should be a word for that, you know, like Spanknilla!"
That's brilliant! I'm going to start using it.
And, of course, "Spanknilla," to me, sounded something like--
As all things Irish are celebrated this week-- by many, quaffing green beer and beverages made pure and healthy by the distillation process-- one remembers the Faerie Folk of Lore, and the stories of their mischief! Why, it's said they can even make you disappear, taking you right away into their magical realm!
And then who knows what the "Aes Sidhe" might get up to in their Faerie Mounds?!
I think I've mentioned here before that one of my favorite movies (there are lots) is Disney's "Darby O'Gill and the Little People!" I was three years old when it hit the theaters.
("WOW, Wolfie, that movie's OLD!!"
"Sure 'n' it's a trip over my knee you're after!")
ANYWAY, it's a captivating, charming tale, with the beautifully-done special effects supporting the story, rather than being a distraction, like so many CGI things done now that only call attention to themselves.
This movie is especially nice for those of you with an appreciation for a young Sean Connery!
("Oh, and wouldn't I like to be feelin' your strong palm on my wee backside!")
And there are the wild and scary parts, like when the Banshee appears to herald the approaching death of the heroine!!
The Banshee's wail is indeed unnerving!!
So, here's a bit of timely folklore you may not have encountered!