Monday, 2 April 2012

Pussy Spanking in Paris

I bet you've wondering why I haven't told you all about my deliciously sexy spanking in Paris last week aren't you. No? Non? Oh OK then I'll shut up.

Nah only joking, I don't shut up that easily. The reasons I haven't told you about it are firstly I couldn't transfer the photos I took to my new laptop (have been busy as well) and secondly I didn't get spanked. The reason for the photos was cable missing and my camera doesn't have infra red or bluetooth, the reason for the lack of spanking was P wasn't with me; my son took me as a Mother's Day treat, how's that for a crazy idea, he knew I'd been wanting to go for ages but P keeps putting it off (it's silly really because it's only an hour's flight away) so he just booked tickets and said 'Right that's it, you're coming with me I'll give you a lightning tour (he's been) of the main attractions, there and back in a day, if you like it then you can come back and tell Dad he's got to come with you next time and spend a bit longer'.

So off we went. And the weather was beautiful, the company was great, our son is fun to be around nothings a problem nothings too serious, a really wonderful and exhausting day.

I saw all the main sites, didn't go up the Eiffel Tower because of the queues,


climbed to the top of Sacre Coeur (300 steps) though which has amazing views over Paris, we had lunch (takeaway baguettes) in the Jardin de Tuileries which is between the Louvre the Place de la Concorde and a couple of beers in a cute little side street bar in Montmarte which is the seedy district where famous French artists used to congregate and work, it's the red light district now, I suppose the equivalent to London's Soho. My son was propositioned there, really, good job his mom was around to save him, and there was the most amazing contraption I've ever seen in a sex shop window, it was a 'pussy spanking chair' well that's what I called it as there was a girl sitting on it which was what caught my eye at first but then she got up and the chair was exposed, I snapped it, slightly awkwardly I might add as my son was with me.


People had told me Paris was frantic and that French people were hurried and rude and didn't like the English but I have to say I found them all absolutely fine. On one short metro ride I fell right into a man's lap when the thing suddenly stopped and I wasn't holding on, he was very nice about it or I think he was it all sounded so charming in French, and on the ride back to the airport a man offered me his seat which I thought was very chivalrous although I also wondered why, did I look knackered or fragile or something, then I just put it down to chivalry.

I took loads of pics and I won't bore you with them because tourist sites do them all better, but I have to show you the pussy spanking chair..



and why not the Moulin Rouge.


Needless to say I want to go back, I told P he's got to come with me, I mean, an hour's flight, come on P.

Ronnie
xx

16 comments:

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Anonymous said...

Come on P indeed !Just the accent does it for me.And don't they dress well and carry with style? It is a tad depressing to return to a UK service station and see people munching on pies and burgers.And boys go beyond the grunting stage?Hmm, Interesting, very interesting. Sarah,LD,UK

PK said...

I'm glad you had a good time. I love grown up kids that love their mothers and want to spend time with them.

Now work on getting P there. Where exactly did you see the pussy spanking chair and how did you get a picture without a lot of questions from you son? Just wondering.

Hugs,
PK

joeyred51 said...

Thank you Ronnie for sharing the details of your trip to Paris.

joey

Hermione said...

I love that chair! Imagine it being in a shop window, and not in the back room behind a curtain.

Funny, I never realized that Moulin Rouge meant Red Windmill until I saw your picture.

Hugs,
Hermione

Florida Dom said...

Ronnie: You raised a wonderful son. How nice of him to take you to Paris, one of my favorite places on the planet. I also found the French people friendly, at least the ones in Paris. And it's great that it is only an hour flight away. What's with P not taking you for a longer visit? Maybe he needs a spanking. LOL. Let's hope his son motivates him.

FD

sunnygirl said...

Thanks so much for sharing your pix. Great of your son to treat you. Hope you get to go back.

overherlap said...

Sounds like fun, too bad you could not stay longer. I totally agree with you, I too have always heard how rude the French are, especially in Paris. But I found it quite the opposite, they were very nice and friendly to me. I don't speak French and many of them don't speak English, so that makes it a bit awkward at times but other than that, I will go back to France in a heartbeat.

I do find the pussy spanker interesting I wonder does the wheel turn either direction, turning one way it would spank the pussy, and turning the other way it would spank the bottom, if one were properly positioned..... just wondering? Sorry you did not get to take it for a test run... hehe.

Dave

ronnie said...

Sarah - I'm not too sure I'll persuade him:( Was refreshing to get service with a smile. Thanks Sarah.

PK - I'm working on it as I write:) The chair was in a window in Montmarte. Quite a lively area as you can imagine but more so at night. Son had walked on looking at map to see where we needed to catch Metro - so quickly snapped it. Thanks PK.

Joey - My pleasure. Thank you for stopping by.

Hermione - Yes, your right - Red Windmill. There were a few sights in Montmarte and had I been with P I would have been able to take many more to share with you. Dancers in windows and on the streets. I was asked by a rather stunning lady if she could give me a show:) Thanks Hermione.

FD - He's one of the best FD, lovely present. I'll tell P you said so LOL. Thanks FD.

SunnyGirl - So do I:) Want to go into the Louvre. Thanks SG.

Dave - I don't speak French either but no problem, everyone I met was very nice. I'm not too sure how it would work. As you can image I didn't want to show I was taking too much interest in it with son around:) Thanks Dave.

Love,
Ronnie
xx

Daisychain said...

Aww, BLESS him, hope that shames P into taking you! heehee! xxxxxx

ricky said...

Love the suggestive music:
Offenbach's composite collection
from "La Gaitie Parisienne" and
Georges Auric's "Where is Your
Heart?" from the 1952 film
version of "Moulin Rouge".

Lea said...

Sounds like a great trip! This was your first time in Paris then? What a nice son you have!

ronnie said...

Daisy - I doubt it:) Thanks.

Love,
Ronnie
xx

ronnie said...

Ricky - Hi. Don't know that piece, will have to look it up. Thanks.

Lea - He's one in a million. Yes first time in Paris, silly when you think it's only an hour's flight and hadn't been. Thanks Lea.

Love,
Ronnie
xx

Spankedhortic II said...

"good job his mom was around to save him" - Personally I think you should have totally freaked him out by telling him to go for it :) But I did take my mom to Amsterdam once, so perhaps I should keep my big fat mouth shut, in case she gets embarrassing ideas.

Prefectdt

ronnie said...

Pref - It was a good job son was around to protect his mother as I was asked by a stunning lady if she could dance for me:) Thanks Pref.

Love,
Ronnie
xx