Tuesday, April 20, 2010


Hi everyone:

Thanks for all the kind comments. I am glad you all missed me: it's nice to feel like my contribution was wanted.

I have a question for you: I have read about the effect of stinging nettles on a bare bottom before and/or after spanking. I would like to try this on Evan sometime. But I don't know where to find stinging nettles. Where might one find them in the New England / Boston area? I gather from my searches on the web that this is a native plant around here, but I don't know where to find it. It's spring now, so it might be available sometime soon, if I knew where to look.

Thanks for your help,



  1. It's a little early... Try the Blue Hills, World's End, Wompatuck State Park etc, -and later the North Shore spots... Meanwhile, maple switches are always in season!

  2. Is Figging with Ingwer a alternative ?

  3. Ma'am,

    As I am living in Switzerland, I have, of course, no idea where in New England you would find stinging nettles. My wife has occasionally tried nettling me: we went for a walk in the nearest wood, she picked a bunch of nettles (which are quite common here, but a bit later in the year, I have not seen any yet) and stuffed them into my underwear – back and front! The we continued our walk for an hour or so before we returned home for a serious spanking. The nettles do sting, but it is bearable. I do not recall it had an enhancing effect on the spanking though. Please be aware that people react very differently to the nettles’ poison – some are even seriously allergic to it. Better try on a tiny spot first to see how Evan reacts before you go full blast!

    To Anonimous II: Figging is quite different from nettling, but could be interesting too. I did some self experimenting but it had little effect on my – quite disappointing really. For those readers who do not now figging: it’s sticking a peeled piece of fresh ginger root (about the size of a man’s index finger or a bit larger) into the spankee’s anus. The resulting burning is supposed to prevent the clenching of the buttocks. Alternatives to ginger are Tiger Balm or Icyhot. Be cautious though!


  4. It may be a little warmer here in North West Europe but we have nettles already, although they are not so big yet.

    In nature stinging nettles tend to grow best where they have shelter and light. So look at the edge of deciduous woodlands or in clearings in woody or shrubby areas. Nettles also seed easily in freshly disturbed soil that has not been weeded or sprayed with chemicals. A good place to look is where top soil has been piled to one side on a building site.


  5. Hi all:

    Thanks for your help re: nettles. I will get Evan to look for some in a few weeks, in the locations that were suggested.


  6. I too was going to suggest figging. On me it was quite effective. Getting a lecture while trying to hold on to a warm enema is also something you won't soon forget.

    I was in such a relationship for many years and don't regret a minute of it. It often wasn't fun when I was being punished but it worked for both of is.


  7. Hi Eric:

    We have tried figging, and I liked it. I will write about that sometime. We use enemas to clean Evan out before I enter him from behind. I suppose I will talk about that sometime too.


  8. There is a product called Capzasin HP which is a pain relief product, which produces a stinging hot sensation on a bottom. It builds slowly at first for about 5 to 10 minutes, remains intense for about 15 to 30 minutes, and then subsides. It hurts like a sunburn, and a spanking over it might yield a good effect, like nettles. Also, if you leave it on for a few minutes, it because water resistant. Once in that state, warm water makes it sting worse. It can even be revived a few hours later by warm water. Just a thought.