Alone At Last

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hugob00m
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Re: Alone At Last

Postby hugob00m » Sun Oct 28, 2012 9:54 pm

overbarrel49 wrote:i like many kinds of music and just about anything done by world class musicians so Basie and Ellington both sound good to me although i have to tell you that i would be tempted to just sit and listen as i'm not much of a dancer

I'm not much of a dancer either, but I enjoy listening to music, including Basie and Ellington. Mostly, I like music that I can sit down with my guitar and learn to play! Wouldn't it be fun to combine '60s Surf Music with spanking? The song "You Can't Sit Down" comes to mind! Or if the woman has a really durable backside... "Wipeout!"

samantha

Re: Alone At Last

Postby samantha » Sun Oct 28, 2012 10:40 pm

Hugob00m and Phil,
If you can walk, you can dance. And really, social dancing is all about the clearly delineated roles of lead and follow (with good leads leaving space for the lead to "play" with the music at times) which is appealing to me personally on levels way beyond dancing. However, I will admit, it is much easier to follow than to lead anyday....I can lead a little--I learned for teaching purposes--and it is not easy. Follows just go where their lead directs them to go and we only run into trouble, or maybe its just me who does this, when we try to predict what the lead wants or try to backlead.

Hugob00m, I wish I could play guitar. I tried taking lessons and had a guitar with such nice action, but each time I got frustrated with, I think it was the F chord. My hands just aren't strong enough to get all those strings down with my pinky. Perhaps I gave up too soon. And I can't read music to save my life, I have to learn it all from memory and hear it in my head to play it or sing it.

Re: 60's surf music....There's a Pit Bull song out called "Back in Time" that does a fun job of combining a little bit of hip hop/rap/with old 60's (at least I think its 60's) and I will now have an interesting visual in my head when I am driving home from work, so thanks for that!

samantha

Re: Alone At Last

Postby samantha » Mon Oct 29, 2012 3:57 pm

Oops, I meant to say "Good leads leave room for the follow to play with the music".

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Re: Alone At Last

Postby jimc » Sun Sep 06, 2015 9:30 am

I loved how you made her with a ponytail. I enjoyed her otk part of the story the best and really enjoyed her outfit. I love spankings to naughty womwn and it did seem like it was what they both wanted. Thanks for a great story.
Jim

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Re: Alone At Last

Postby overbarrel49 » Sun Sep 06, 2015 1:00 pm

jimc wrote:I loved how you made her with a ponytail. I enjoyed her otk part of the story the best and really enjoyed her outfit. I love spankings to naughty womwn and it did seem like it was what they both wanted. Thanks for a great story.
Jim


hi Jim,

i'm glad you enjoyed the ponytail.............it does kind of give her a "naughty little girl" look, doesn't it 8-) ? yeah, this spanking was all about some fun and play for an older, married couple :D . i too like OTK spankings best. the later part when he is making her "prance" to the sting of the paddle was a done as a special favor for a spankee friend of mine who has enjoyed being pranced herself :D . thanks, phil


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