Welcome to another in this series of posts. Spankos very often practice their art in a domestic situation, utilizing various locations in their homes and often their everyday furniture as spanking benches or supports. In this edition of this image based exploration of spanking domesticity, let us take a look at……
Perhaps this is only an option during the warmer months of the year, as it is unlikely to be heated, but the Garage does offer a lot of opportunities, as a play area.
A Place For People To Use Their Imagination
Most parking garages have so many odds and sods lying around the place, like rope, chains, gaffer (duct) tape and such, that it gives a couple in the mood to play an opportunity to expand on their normal activities.
I wonder what it is like to be whipped with a spare fan belt?
There Is Plenty Of Room
As one of the larger open areas, in most houses, there is plenty of room to swing those toys.
From a whip to a flogger or a paddle or a cane, getting a good arch on a strike should be easy.
And there is plenty of room for some pre spanking horse play
Nice And Private
Most Garages have no windows, so it is hard for the neighbours to see what kinky fun you are getting up to.
Even Noise Is Not An Issue For F/m Players
Most men are always hitting their thumbs with hammers or dropping tools on their feet, as they do odd jobs in the garage. So a few extra man screams, should not get noticed, in the neighbourhood.
The King Of All Spanking Benches
You paid a lot of money for it, so you might as well utilize the car in your kinky play.
The Garage also lends itself, easily, to a chance to practice a little bondage.
Don’t you just want to see what would happen, if the door was opened now? 🙂
If Your Spankee Has Been Really Bad
It is easy to open the big door and submit them to some public humiliation.
The humble Garage is a very convenient place to play, during warmer weather and should not be overlooked, for all the fun that can be had in there.
But Make Sure That Your Parking/Play Area Is Up To Withstanding The Colder Months