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BOTD 3/19/13 "Muddied Waters" A Stone Man Production

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David M. Katz


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MUDDIED WATERS
A StoneMan Production

Your ten (and a half) year old son, Billy, is in seventh heaven. His Mom and older sister are headed West for a month doing Girl Scout stuff and visiting family so he’ll have you all to himself. You’ve been quietly planning for this for some time and have accumulated adequate vacation time and made plans for all of it, three weeks traversing the Allagash lakes and rivers, followed by a week at Cub Scout overnight camp. You give Billy the itinerary a week before you’re to leave and he’s been bouncing off the walls since.

The first week is spent paddling and sailing your canoe the vast expanses of Telos, Chamberlain, Eagle and Churchill Lakes. Billy’s having a ball, and so are you. Every afternoon, once you’ve set up camp, you and Billy spend hours in the water swimming and splashing about. On the second day, your son comes to you with a proposal. He wants to practice his swimming so he can be good enough to pass his swim test at Cub Camp and be able to swim in the intermediate area instead of the “baby” area. You’re more than happy to help, but setup some rules that “shall not be broken”, the most important rule being no swimming without you with him or watching him. Billy “completely understands” and agrees and knows what could happen to him if he breaks any rules.

For the record, you’ve spanked Billy (hand on bare) for serious misbehavior for five years now. He’s only had a taste of the belt (two rapid lashes at his inquisitive request on his tenth birthday) and switches have never been mentioned by you.

There are no problems the first week. You’re able to set up lifevests in the water to mark the limits of his swimming area and he has no trouble staying within them. And as lake water is slack, there’s no worry of him being carried away to deep water.

The first day on the river is a different story. You still set out the boundaries and remind your boy of the rules. You even launch a few sticks and small logs just outside the slack area to demonstrate the effects of the river’s swift current and why it’s more dangerous swimming here than on the lakes. Billy professes his understanding and that is that.

Billy works exceptionally hard today and comes close to completing the loop several times before you must finally call him in so you can start supper while there’s still daylight. A very reluctant Billy comes in, dries off and sullenly helps you. His sulk doesn’t last long though and he’s shortly his bouncy self once again.

Supper is finished and you’re putting the last dishes away when you notice your helper is missing. You call out, but hear no answer over the noise of the river. You use your flashlight to illuminate the nearby woods, check the “latrine” area and light a lamp before taking off at a quick step to the river’s edge.

Breathless you arrive at the river and your lantern illuminates this sight:


Billy - 10.5
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Excitedly Billy greets you with, “I did it Daddy… I swam the whole length and a little bit more without stopping once!”

He’s thrilled with himself and thrilled to be telling you of his glory until he sees the look on your face illuminated by the lamp.

What happens now?


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John Boy


Sherrif
he gets out of the water and then as Skater says, I plan to "dry him off and even him out."

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AFinch


Sherrif
This is sort of a watery version of "Peter and the Wolf". "And what if you hadn't caught the wolf? What then?"

Billy is only ten. The rule is a safety rule, and a good one. As many of you know, I'm a sailor--going overboard at night is more than 90% fatal.

I'm going to congratulate Billy on achieving his goal. I'm also going to remind him of the rule, and the reason for it. He could have drowned. Had he gotten into difficulties in the water, no one would have seen him or known where he was.

At only ten, and having gone over said rule ad nauseum, Billy is getting spanked. My hand on bare wet bottom will be more than adequate after I "explain" my reasons. I suspect he'll be crying before the first smack lands.

John Boy


Sherrif
AFinch wrote: I suspect he'll be crying before the first smack lands.

I bet he will be crying before his trunks are even pulled down.

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Jkher


Trailboss
Hugs, and then..."OFF with his pants king!" the little daredevil!

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1strappedboy


Sherrif
Oh yeah, so what Doc said!!

After tears 'n cuddles I'll reiterate the potential dangers. Hopefully the rest of our time will be happy time.

Padraig


Trailboss
ditto

David M. Katz


Marshall
After EMT John Boy revives me from my heart attack, I will help Billy out of the river.

I will congratulate him on his good job but we will then have a talk about why the rule was there.

I think my hand will send sufficient message.



Last edited by David M. Katz on Mon Mar 18, 2013 9:22 pm; edited 1 time in total


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John Boy


Sherrif
David M. Katz wrote:After EMT John Boy revives me from my heart attack
CLEAR! affraid

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JTT


Cowboy
He can hop on out of the river and I'll help dry him off while warming him up! Twisted Evil

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Kat


Editor Extraordinaire
In "kid think", no matter how ironclad an adult believes he has made a rule, there are exceptions. For instance, "No talking during the test" means "No talking except for borrowing a pencil from my neighbor because I really need it." Kids just do not think the way adults do. They live in the moment and do not think ahead further than the next few minutes. They act on impulse and not on reason.

I don't want to ruin our time together, but I think the only way to make Billy understand just how seriously I take this is to warn him that if it happens a second time, we're packing up and going home. Then I'm going to give him a choice: five hard licks with the belt or we go home now. I think I know what he'll choose, but I want him to understand that the belt is the lenient option and his very last chance. Five licks for a boy his age will be less than a minute of intense pain but no more. I only want to do enough to get his attention.

Kat

kalico


Sherrif
Like Katz....after JB has revived me his little booty will be toast....then we can enjoy the rest of our trip!!!




hugs kal

John Boy


Sherrif
kalico wrote:Like Katz....after JB has revived me h



hugs kal

Shocked Great now I need back up and if anymore people need help, I am going to need a Triage team.

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ivor


Marshall
Consensus rules!

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squarecutter


Sherrif
We've talked about this haven't we Billy. How many times have I said. If you'd been swept away nobody woulds have seen you.


I'm not going to completely crush his enthusiasm by using a belt but his trunks are coming down and Billy is going over my knee for a

hard hand spanking for the disobedience and the danger he put himself in. If it happens again on this trip the belt will come off

MemoryMan


Sherrif
Kat wrote:In "kid think", no matter how ironclad an adult believes he has made a rule, there are exceptions. For instance, "No talking during the test" means "No talking except for borrowing a pencil from my neighbor because I really need it." Kids just do not think the way adults do. They live in the moment and do not think ahead further than the next few minutes. They act on impulse and not on reason.

I don't want to ruin our time together, but I think the only way to make Billy understand just how seriously I take this is to warn him that if it happens a second time, we're packing up and going home. Then I'm going to give him a choice: five hard licks with the belt or we go home now. I think I know what he'll choose, but I want him to understand that the belt is the lenient option and his very last chance. Five licks for a boy his age will be less than a minute of intense pain but no more. I only want to do enough to get his attention.

Kat


I'm joining this club. Its more or less with the consensus but shows understanding, offers Billy a thinking opportunity before the event and is far more likely to preserve the atmosphere of the holiday and the bond between us than an arbitrary, probably angry punishment.

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Jack


Admin
"Billy, I'm very proud that you were able to do it, but you told me you understood the rules. I'm very tempted to paddle your rear end, but since you've shown you can't be trusted to follow the swimming rules, I think it'd be better if I just don't let you take the intermediate swimming test."

Any bets on how hard he begs to be spanked?

I'm going to give him a normal hand spanking, a lecture of why I'm so upset, then a real taste of the belt.

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Stone Man


Marshall
Put all the responses in a blender and the results would be as it happened.

Billy and Dad hugged and cried. There was a lecture and serious talk. Billy was praised, braised (spanked) and an old leather belt that had been shortened into a strap to hold our bedding was liberally applied to Billy's preheated backside with emphasis on his sit spots.

Billy and his Dad slept well that night. The next morning Dad slung a still naked Billy over his shoulder and applied stingoors to him all the way to neck deep water where Billy repeated his success from the night before in the presence of his Dad.

The rest of the trip went mostly well and Billy passed his Cub Scout intermediate swim test with ease.

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