OK, this blog is in danger of becoming too serious, it is time to have a little fun. From the amount of spankees in the world it is obvious that the spankee gene is attached to the survivor gene. Spankees have survived everything from the ice age to world wars, so how can being a spankee help us survive a plane crash?
Number 1/ Please keep your seat belt fastened at all times
BDSM subs may have the jump on us on this one, enjoying bondage more but you would be hard pushed to find a spankee that does not go in for the odd tie down. So rather than being in too much of a hurry to unbuckle, the average spankee will be enjoying that constrained feeling and will keep their belt on for as long as necessary.
Number 2 Assume the (crash) position
with the average crashing jet liner going from about 300 kilometres per hour (200mph) to 0 in about four seconds, being in the right position on impact can mean the difference between life and death. Your vanilla passenger might find it difficult to stay in the right place whilst hurtling back to earth ,whereas your spankee is used to maintaining difficult positions in stressful situations.
Number 3/ Doing the bratty dodge
Most air crash victims survive the initial impact but become fatalities by not being able to get out of the plane fast enough or not getting far enough away from the plane after exiting it. Years of dodging grabbing tops, shooting through small gaps and generally finding that elusive exit route to a study door, will have equipped your natural brat with the skills to get out of and away from that burning plane with a good head start on all the poor vanilla passengers.
Number 4/ Save me and you can spank me
This one will probably work better for the female spankees than for male (damn! the girly subs grass is always greener) but it might be worth a try even for the boys. Shout this out while bobbing up and down in the water or trapped under a piece of wreckage.Even a vanilla rescuer might be swayed by the thought of having a pert bottom staring up at them from their lap, to give the spankee priority over other victims on the “who to rescue first” list.
Number 5/ Listen to the pre flight instructions OR ELSE!
Many air crash fatalities are caused by passengers not remembering the proper crash position, where the exits are or lots of other things that they are told in the pre flight instructions. So while all the vanilla passengers are picking their noses and worrying how their fold down tray works, during this little lecture, pretend you are in class, sit up straight, listen to every detail, assume that you are going to be asked very probing questions about what you are being told and that a stout caning is going to happen if you cannot answer these questions. That way you will be far better informed than the doomed vanilla, in the seat in front of you.
Personally, I wonder if there is any good survival advice for all the tops and dom(me)s out there?
Note About This Post
This post is actually an enhanced repost. I stumbled upon it whilst looking for something different. It comes from March the 10th 2010 and I cannot remember writing or posting it, so it seemed like something new to my eyes, that gave me a bit of a giggle. So I decided to repost the mainly written post of the me from ten years ago and add some images as the more photograph based blogger that I am now. So this post is the Frankenstein’s monster post that is either the best or the worst of the two me’s from ten years apart.
Enjoy your flight 🙂