WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

Sunday, November 20, 2011

It's "Sting Along With Mitch!"

Those of you in my demographic group might snicker at that title-- or not-- and you youngsters, never mind, go with it and join us singing!  Just follow the bouncing bottom!

We gather together to see Wolfie spankings,
to grin and to giggle at erotic play!
All of our  Imps are now no longer cranky,
with their pink bottoms glowing on Spanksgiving Day!

This week's "Discipline and Desire" update includes two appropriate holiday offerings among the five new members' stories-- salacious snippets of which are under the, if I do say so myself, adorable WolfieToon-- and there are two entire and entirely free chapters of "D&D" E-books to whet your appetite!

You'll like Jack and Trudy, and their preparations for "A Thanksgiving Wedding," by Kristin York!  

You can't judge a book by its cover, I hear, but I was surprised and intrigued at how April Hill begins "How Does Your Garden Grow?"

See ya later, gators!


  1. omg, i remember that show, and that does look like mitch miller!

    and thank you, wolfie, for often showing that a woman doesn't have to be barbie shaped to have spanking fun!


  2. You're welcome, Pat, and thank YOU!

    Yes, I enjoy lovely females of every shape!!

  3. I guess I'm a youngster, I don't get the reference. Great toon though!

  4. love the toon :)
    love and hugs kiwi xxx

  5. Thanks, Kiwigirliegirl, I'm glad you do-- it'sx one of my recent faves, too!

    Hi, Lea! Sorry, I should explain:

    In the earlier days of television there was a musical show called "Sing Along With Mitch," in which Mitch Miller, the van-dyked leader of a men's chorus, invited the audience to join in! The lyrics were superimposed on the screen with a bouncing ball floating over them to keep you in time!

    Boy, that was a lot of trouble for a lame joke, eh?

  6. LOL! I know the reference, but never saw the show. Happy Spanksgiving, Wolfie!

  7. Thanks, Erica Sug, and to you, too! Those van dyke type beards were remarkably popular with creative types in the early sixties, huh?!

  8. Yes, I recognize both the Sing along with Mitch and the song parody. Cute cartoon, they both look like they are having a spanking good time celebrating the upcoming holiday. You won't hear me making any fowl jokes.

  9. I remember that show! I think it was Pete Seeger who said he wanted his audiences to sing along with him, because "some things are just more fun when you do them yourself." :-) If I couldn't sing along with the music I would definitely be cranky!

    Van dyked?! I had to look that up!

    Thanks for a sweet tune, and a sweet toon!

    Happy Thanksgiving, DW!

  10. I always use to watch that show, too. That bouncing ball was very mesmerizing. We even have some of Mitchy's albums still. I think men who have Van Dycks are very arresting. I never meet a Van Dyck I didn't like.

    Happy Thanksgiving, Wolfie!

  11. Thanks, Ladies! May your holiday be joyous and tasty!