Monday, 13 December 2010

Men in Uniform


Don't you love men in uniform, especially firemen.


Those of you who read here know we have an office in a shared office block. There are a couple of charities who have offices there as well and last week one of the charities was hosting a lunch in one of the large meeting rooms during which the fire alarm went off. We both heard it, stopped looked at one another and said 'Nah, drill'..........then we heard raised voices in the corridor and it became clear it was not a drill so we all filed outside to the assembly point which is just across the road.

It turned out to be a false alarm as thankfully they always have been (we've previously had the building emptied because of burning toast in the tenants' kitchen and a delivery man accidentally smashing a breakglass with a filing cabinet), it seem one or more ladies had gone into the toilets and had a smoke, naughty, so the alarm went off. It had to be one of the charity lunch visitors.

The fire crew came and went round checking the whole building inside and out just in case, but I think they'd established early on the cause of the alarm. I stood watching as they went about their work, professional and calm, I know they get used to false alams and I know they still have to attend but it must annoy them sometimes. As I stood there I imagined one of the firemen coming back outside asking 'OK who was the naughty lady smoking in the toilets?' and me wanting to say 'Me, it was me' (I don't smoke actually) and the strong armed fireman taking me over his knee and teaching me a lesson in front of everyone. Well a girl can dream can't she.



Then imagine my horror when I saw a fireman heading straight for me, I think I must have gone red, I wondered could the fireman or office colleagues know what I was thinking.

Ha, Ha, no it was OK it was one of our son's friend, who'd been at high school with him and is now a fully fledged fireman, he'd just came over to say hello as he hadn't seen us for a while. I giggled to myself afterwards imagining our son coming in one evening and saying 'Hi mom, just met so and so down the pub, told me he had to spank you for smoking and setting the alarm off, didn't know you smoked.'

Ronnie
xx

15 comments:

PK said...

Hey Ronnie,
I really love the way your mind works! Glad it was a false alarm, at least it gave your fantasy life a workout.

Hugs,
PK

Mick said...

They're supposed to put OUT fires, though.

Katia said...

Lovely imagination, and hot pic's of fireman. :)

Hugs,
Katia

thepinkreport said...

Mmmm...I have a total fireman fantasy and this just fueled it. Thank you, Ronnie!

Hugs,

Pink

mouse said...

Oh wow...ya Firemen....sigh...

Hugs,
mouse

Annie's Woodshed said...

Naughty girl! Fireman-uniforms...Darn where is hubby when I need him. I agree with Mick though they are to put out fires not start them. LOL

SPANKEDHORTIC said...

Not many Firewomen around (shame) but that's OK Police Women will do for me :)

Prefectdt

redxxx said...

fun story... Too bad you couldn't really be spanked in that situation... but maybe that is a game you can play with husband.
cheers
Red

Hedone said...

Does a Santa suit count as a uniform? Cuz I made out with Santa this past Saturday and he spanked me for two hours! I have serious lust for Santa.

Raven Red said...

Understand the sentiment...but for me, a man in a military uniform, especially the airforce...oh my...gives new meaning to wind under my wings..SIGH

ronnie said...

PK - Nothing wrong with fantasising :)

Mick - LOL - Firemen just do it for me

Katia - The bare chested guy is a San Diego Fireman and rather cute

Pink - My pleasure :)

Mouse - Yes wow and a dreamy sigh

Annie Woodshed - Hello and welcome. Yes a alittle naughty but nice though.

Prefectdt - Police Women wearing glasses?

Red - Now that idea I like but I can't see P dressing as a Fireman

Hedone - Santa is good and especially when he spanks naughty ladies :)

RR - Men in military uniforms are pretty hot as well. I prefer the American dress military uniforms to our uniforms in the UK

Loved all your comments. Thanks for stopping by.

Love,
Ronnie
xx

Hermione said...

LOL! It's dangerous to have fantasies at work, in the middle of the day. We also had a fire alarm at work yesterday. Aren't firemen young these days!

Hugs,
Hermione

ronnie said...

Hermione - Funny I thought the same about a couple of the lads that attended our alarm. Son's friend is only 22 and a fully fledge fireman now.

Thanks for stopping by.

Love,
Ronnie
xx

Daisychain said...

You have a seriously vivid imagination, Ronnie....luckily for us!!!!! xxxxxxxx

ronnie said...

Daisy - Some would say a naughty imagination :)

Thanks for stopping by.

Love,
Ronnie
xx