Monday, March 10, 2014

SSB - Ken Charles-THE PERILS OF THE “SPENCER PLAN”

Good evening, Saturday Spankings Bloghoppers. It's good to be back after a couple of weeks off with the flu and other pressing real world concerns. Tonight, let's take a look at good old fashioned domestic discipline. For couples with a co-equal relationship, one popular approach is The Spencer Plan. 
http://spencerplanspanking.com/home.html. But, alas, all that glitters....


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     “Now, Mister! I told you three minutes ago to turn off that set! It’s 9:58, and you know the rules.”
     “B-But the game is tied, and there are less than two minutes to go!”
     “I don’t care. You know the rules. When an evening punishment is to be administered, it shall start at 10:00 p.m. sharp, without any excuses or delay. So get your ass upstairs, now!”
     “Please, have a heart. Twice a day, six days in a row! Look. Look at me. I’m still all red and swollen. Please, please, please, Maggie. Let me off just this once.”
     “What part of no excuses or delays do you not understand? Besides, as I recall, including the Spencer Plan in the antenuptial agreements was your idea. Rule Number Ten provides, ‘Spencer doctrines call for -the PROMPT ACCEPTANCE of the discipline. There must be no argument, no protest - no pleading to be let off - no hard feelings about it!’ I warned you to be careful what you asked for.”
     “Yes, you did. But you never said how much you loved to be spanked!”
     “Tough luck, Buster. You caught me smoking and that is a spankable offense. And I lied about it, so that means I get another spanking first thing in the morning. Now move it!”


KC Copyright‭ ‬2005‭;‬ Moral rights to be identified as the author of‭ “‬The Perils of the 'Spencer Plan'" ‬asserted worldwide‭ (‬including in Great Britain in accordance with Sections‭ ‬77‭ ‬and‭ ‬78‭ ‬of the Copyright,‭ ‬Designs and Patent Act of‭ ‬1988‭)

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An Open Apology for “Capcha”: 

I love to hear your comments. Every author loves to hear positive comments. Every author who is serious about improving her or his work should at least give thoughtful consideration to constructive negative comments, the key word being “constructive”. Sorry about the “Capcha”, but I had a run in with some nasty trolls a while back. I’d no sooner block a name, than the same individual (same misspelled words and grammatical errors) would post under another name. I had to add moderation to the comments. I didn't realize that moderating at my end added a “capcha" at yours. Once again, sorry for any inconvenience. CK


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Also available from Ken Charles:




The Naughty Ladies Of Cotton Glen


http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0092Y0ELU

For our friends in Europe:

http://www.amazon.it/Naughty-Ladies-Cotton-Glen-ebook/dp/B0092Y0ELU



The Mercies of Cinderella 

This is no Disney princess‭!



http://www.blushingbooks.com/index.php?l=product_detail&p=2551

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FR2K8JO

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/s/The-Mercies-of-Cinderella?store=allproducts&keyword=The+Mercies+of+Cinderella

6 comments:

  1. Arguing is going to get him no where and worse. If one agrees, then one has agreed and there are no exceptions unless it is a dire emergency. Hindsight may clear one's vision but it doesn't mean one can change their mind. Very nice snippet.

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  2. An agreement is an agreement - shame on him for not honoring his word.

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  3. Nice excerpt. I liked the twist that he was sore for administering the discipline not receiving it.

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  4. LOL, you got me there! Nice twist.

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  5. Love how much is in such a short snippet.

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  6. That is funny but at "turn off the game" I'd be finding a punishment she didn't like. Lol. Cute snippet.

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