Yes, when I've done something I shouldn't do, I've given full consent to my loving husband to spank me.
And, no. Being spanked for punishment is not funny.
But do we ever laugh and tease?
Now, it has to be said, I like me a good girl spanking. I really, really like me a good girl spanking.
Yeah...not here. Being punished is not fun, true. But we like to laugh and joke, and there's a time and a place for a fun spanking. Frankly, I think the fact that there is a time and place for a playful spanking make the punishment ones more effective.
There's nothing sexier than when my Jason comes up to me from behind, wraps his arms around me, and whispers, "Does somebody need a spanking?"
"Yes, please!" I melt into a puddle, and the man knows it. He's damn good at dishing out those good girl spankings, and it's so freaking hot.
But let's face it. There's something outrageous about a full grown woman over her husband's lap.
We're adults. But we are adults who love each other to pieces. We laugh, we tease, we banter back and forth. I live for playful banter.
The other day, we were getting ready. He was lying in bed reading, and I said something saucy, but just teasing.
"What did you say?" he asked, and I gave a big, exaggerated sigh.
"Oh, I'm just being naughty," I said, and I unceremoniously plunked myself over his lap. Deep sigh. "I guess you'll just have to spank me." With a big grin and a loud wallop, he had me giggling like a little school girl.
Have I mentioned playful spankings are hot?
The other night I was sitting with my laptop, and Jason had a new cover for his kindle. It makes this delightful little slapping sound when he shuts it. He met my eyes across the room, lifted the cover, and let it slap. He gave me a wicked, mischievous grin, lifted the cover and let it slap again.
I squirmed, embarrassed, bashful, and feeling a few other things. I knew exactly what he was doing. He was teasing me. I love when he teases me.
This lifestyle is challenging. It is daily work, submitting, loving, and learning.
If we can't joke and laugh with each other, we've stripped ourselves of the fiber of who we are. We've made it what we do, not who we are.
It doesn't mean we don't take each other seriously. It actually means quite the opposite.
It means we are secure in each other.