Just took a little break from the job to walk over to Starbucks for a coffee. As I was doing the milk and sugar thing at the “fixins” bar, a woman walked up next to me to do the same. The cup must have slipped out of her hand because it hit the counter hard and tipped over, the top flying off and the coffee now all over the place. I jumped back and was unscathed so no harm, no foul.

The reason I bring this up is that she looked up at me and said “sorry” with this worried look on her face that immediately made me think of the way someone might say it while being spanked (or right before). It must have been the way she pitched her voice and pronounced the word which sort of came out sounding like “sore-eeeeee”. Cute.


6 Responses to ““Sorry…””

  1. Proof that you’ve got it on the mind.

    Out of curiousity, just how many hours a week do you do you physically engage in spanking? How long does it take to recharge?

  2. Good question because it varies based upon what my wife and I are doing and what we’re up for. There are times when both of us come home from work so mentally and physically tired that it’s all we can do to make and eat dinner, get various tasks done and then go to bed. So I wouldn’t say that it could be measured in the way you are asking.

    The weeks we go to the club or a party contain more spanking but they are weighted to the weekend.

    In other words, we get it in when we can.

  3. that’s what she said.

  4. “sore-eeeeee”

  5. Very cute story. It’s like we are projecting our spankosity on apparent vanilla situations, and startles like this end up being quite memorable.

    Keep up the fantastic blogging–this is one of my fave cyber spots.

  6. Dave: A lifetime of projecting and I’m still not done.

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