Monday, October 10, 2011

Most efficient way to get rid of a romantic bugger

Some methods are more efficient than others to keep away bees and bugs. All kinds of bugs.


  1. Harriet Marwood's granddaughter in ItalyOctober 10, 2011 at 7:12 PM

    Alternate narrative: it's his own Mamma who has staged the little scene to shame him in front of the delighted girl whom he foolishly thought to be his future Girlfriend. With his puny physique and matching endowment he has no chance of ever escaping the ever tighter maternal web. Not that he gave up trying. But the silly mammone is slow to learn that in each of his pathetic attempts, the "Girlfriend" is in on Mamma's latest scheme.
    At 26 he lives in fear of Mamma's all too credible threat to invite a group of his ex- "GF"-s over for a full weekend if he continues to disobey Her. And then they will watch and laugh their heads off as they witness his Petticoat Punishment, as well as Mamma's many other proven methods to make him cry.

  2. I like Harriet Marwood's granddaughter's version quite a lot. Another backstory would be that the boy, who is a junior at college, has been sent by his mother to live with her sister for the summer. She wants him thoroughly de-machoed and physically built up from the waist down. Aunt Lisa has stripped and hand spanked him, and now is laying down the rules while his cousin, Linda, enjoys his shameful predicament. "You will do what I say, when I say it. You will wear what I lay out in the morning and you will say, 'Yes, Auntie,' and 'Thank you Auntie.' I have some lovely little summer dresses and pinafores that Linda has outgrown and I have an oak paddle for that saucy little bottom of yours, which I might add is your ONLY redeeming asset. Now go down to the creek and find me a nice willow switch, so that I may begin your education in earnest."

  3. I like the fact that the women in your artwork are often casually dressed "soccer mom" types that dress casually in capris and tank tops

    1. Yes, it's on purpose! Real women