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A Fine Tradition

This is a tradition from the Czech Republic. Where every Easter girls hand out Easter eggs after getting some whups from a pomlazka, a rod made of woven willow branches. It would be nice if this tradition spread world wide but the other way around. I wouldn’t mind being the one handing out the chocolate eggs 🙂

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Black lives Matter

Many other blogs have made posts about the recent protests around the world and I would like to add my support for these actions, when they are as peaceful as the authorities allow them to be. But some authorities use provoking methods to disturb the peace.

These protests help define what the problem is and that is important. But once it is clear to all where the problem lies, it is even more important to find ways of resolving that problem.

The problem is authority figures, from the people at the top through to people at the bottom of the system and all those inbetween who abuse their position in order to further the cause of race hatred. I have known plenty of managers, politicians, police officers and others who are good people and should be allowed and encouraged to continue doing what they do best. But amongst them are abusers and those who support abusers. These are the people who need to be identified and removed from any position where they have authority over others.

There are a few hundred million people in the world who have the chance to remove one of these abusers, from the very top of the pile, peacefully, armed with their right to vote in a democratic election, later this year.

Let’s see how they get on.



There is some information in this post that may be of interest to those working in medical facilities around the world. Otherwise their will be no interesting images or anything like that in this post, it is just about some of the events and situations in Belgium, at this time.

CT Scanners Being Used To Test For COVID 19

I’m not sure if it is because this is already old news to everyone around the world or just because Belgium is, as usual, being ignored but I have not seen any news of this happening in any other country. But Universitair Ziekenhuis Brussel (University Hospital Brussels or UZ Brussel) have successfully been using CT scanners as testing facilities to detect COVID 19 in people who have not yet shown symptoms of the virus. I hope that this information is of some use to someone somewhere in the world. Here is a link to the news article that informed me of this.


Bad Numbers For Belgium

Things are starting to seem very serious here (thus no kinky photos in this post) in Belgium. As of last Sunday, 29th of March 2020, Belgium became the country with the third most deaths from COVID 19 per head of population, in the world. The numbers at that time where 71 deaths per 1 million of the population, surpassed only by Spain and Italy. The total population of Belgium is just short of eleven and a half million. It is sadly obvious that that number will be larger as I write and publish this post. I hope that I will not post any more statistics on this blog, as I do not want it to become a regular update of the “Butchers Bill” but I feel that it is important that this land is not overlooked at this time.

Proposed New Date For Restrictions In Belgium

The restrictions in Belgium as outlined in the links to the following two posts



That are currently in place until 19th April 2020 are likely to be extended until 3rd May 2020. I will post more information on that when it becomes available.

Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Capacity Belgium

In Limburg, the hardest hit province in Belgium, some Hospitals have exceeded their capacity for patients in need of ICU treatment and have had to transfer patients to other Hospitals. Brussels Hospitals are also reported to be approaching capacity for ICU beds and may have to start transferring patients. However as a whole, as stated by news reports on Tuesday 30th March, Belgium was only using 47 percent of it’s ICU beds and capacity is still available on a national scale.


I still feel in good health and am not showing any symptoms at this time.

My employer, a local authority, has returned myself and my work colleagues to full time work. I would approve of this IF we where being re directed to work that might help with the present situation but we have not been. Instead we are continuing with our normal work, where we are at risk of spreading any viral infection that we might be exposed to from neighbourhood to neighbourhood, as we work at multiple locations every week. I am not happy about this, as it is particularly stupid and a bad indication of the competence of our local political leaders.

Thank you

I would like to express my heart felt thanks to all those medical professionals, volunteers and all those workers that keep the wheels of society turning and supplies getting to where they need to be, at this difficult time. Both here in Belgium and in the World as a whole.

And keep washing your hands



OK I got caught with my trousers down and deserved to be spanked for it. I thought that I would have all of Wednesday morning to put a post together, as it is not one of my workdays this week. But it turns out that I will be busy and so had to put the post together in short time on Tuesday night (past my bedtime – another spankable offence). I will tell you why further in the post.

And so we can all have another opportunity to explore my obsession with women wearing glasses whilst involved in spanking activities.

Hot In Glasses Including Red Asses

This is an image I discovered when I was digging around in the archives of this blog

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This came from a Google search

COVID 19 My Part In It’s Downfall

That title is inspired by a war memoir from one of my favourite comedians and comedy writers. You can find out about that through


And the reason why I had to put this post together in a hurry is that I will be doing some voluntary work to help with the crisis as this scheduled post comes on line. It is nothing exciting or glamorous, I will just be one of a team dropping information letters through the letter boxes of about 8000 houses, about the virus and precautions in my area. I believe that this is necessary because it has become obvious that a significant percent of the population, especially among the vulnerable age group of 70 and above, are not on line, do not have smart phones and are therefore not as well informed as those that have ready access to digital media and communications.



One For The Bucket List

I like to try new spanking implements but I never even thought about trying this one. It might require a post spanking shower though 🙂

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I have decided that I will, from time to time, post a little update about the present situation in Belgium concerning myself and COVID 19. Normal posting will continue and I will tack these updates to the bottom of the post, to make it easy to just skip them, if you are not interested. If there are major changes here I will do a big post about them.

My Life And COVID 19 In Belgium – As Of The 22nd Of March 2020

I will put some relevant links both to this blog, another blog and English language news sources for Belgium at the end of this post.

1 – Work – My employers have decided that it is not viable to have all concerned reporting to the same depot at this time and have reduced the work force to a maximum of 9 on any one day. A rota has been drawn up and my working week has been reduced to 2 days, next week.

2 – Volunteering – I think that it is important that everyone is prepared to do their bit during this crisis. Thus I have asked for my name to be put on a list of volunteers to help set up an emergency triage centre for the local area. Major population areas have been given priority for these facilities, so I do not know when work will start on this in our little borough but I am happy to lend a hand when it does.

3- Shopping – I’m not sure if it is because of the restricted access to essential shops or because people have stopped panicking but on a visit to one of my local supermarkets yesterday, I found that most things had been sufficiently restocked and you can now get almost all the food and household items that you need (even toilet paper). I HAVE JELLY BEANS YAY!

4 – I need a spanking – Due to circumstances beyond my control, I have not been spanked since last June. Two plans to get spanked last weekend both fell through because of the situation here and it looks like I’ll have to wait a while for a butt roasting. I feel so pain slutty right now 😦

5 – Lists – I am developing a strange compulsion to write everything down in lists.

6 – This is not a lock down – Despite repeated reports in the international news media and although the regulations are strict here, Belgium is not in a full lock down. There will now be a video from Spain, to show everyone what full lock down looks like.

Lock Down In Spain

I have been following this couples vlogs as they and their two dogs and a nearly thirty year old campervan, have travelled around Europe, for about two years now. Unfortunately they have had to retreat to their apartment in Spain. This is their video about the lock down there.

Their travels to the Arctic circle last year and to central Europe the year before are well worth watching. If you want you can have a dig through their video archive through


Useful Information Links





Keep your peckers up everyone and keep washing your hands



COVID 19 Restrictions For Belgium

Post update – All restrictions mentioned in this post are now in force until the 3rd of May 2020. for an update on the most recent restrictions please visit


I have tried to spice up this post with a few interesting images but it is primarily an information post about the restrictions that came into force at midnight on Friday 13th of March in Belgium. I have noticed some differences between what we are being told here and the information that is coming from the UK news agencies and so I presume other international news media. Hopefully this “from on the ground” information will be useful to any readers or their friends and family, that may be travelling to Belgium or those who are just curious about the situation here.

International Travel

As far as I know the Belgian government has placed no restrictions, at this time, on international travel. However, unnecessary travel to and from Belgium is not advised.

Post update – Personal international travel is no longer possible until further notice

Public Transport Within Belgium

All public transport, trains, buses, ETC should be running on a normal schedule. However some of the providers are refusing to take cash payments and the others are advising against cash payments for fares. Pre paid tickets and payment by smart phone are advised and obligatory with some providers.

Belgian Schools Are Not Closed

This is the biggest mistake that I have heard and seen in the UK media. The facts are lessons have been cancelled but schools remain open, to provide child day care. I’m not sure what they are doing with the youngsters, perhaps letting them run around the play ground poking each other away with meter sticks (could be a fun new game) but children will be attending schools unless their parents can make other arrangements.

Post update – Crèches and other pre school age child facilities are also allowed to remain in operation.

Post update – Universities, colleges and other further and higher education institutions, have been instructed to live stream lectures via the internet rather than in lecture theatres and class rooms.

Sporting And Cultural Events

All sporting and cultural events (festivals, mass art gatherings ETC) and all other indoor and outdoor gatherings and events are cancelled and banned until the 3rd of April, at this time.

Museums, Cinemas And Venues

All museums, cinemas, art galleries, concert venues, theatres, theme parks, ETC, are closed until the 3rd of April, at this time.

Restaurants, Cafes and Bars

I have had mixed messages about this. One version is that all restaurants, cafes, bars and other places where you can eat and drink on the premises must be closed after 3 pm. The other version is that these places are closed altogether. One way or another I will find out and update this post when possible. These restrictions are in force until the 3rd of April, at this time.

Post update – As far as I can tell, restaurants and bars, ETC remain closed all day. Hotels are allowed to open but their bars and restaurants must also remain closed.

Gyms ETC

All gyms, swimming pools, dance studios, sports training centres and the like are closed until the 3rd of April, at this time.


Libraries will remain closed until the 3rd of April, at this time.

Post update – Libraries are now allowed to open but social distancing regulations, people keeping 1.5 meters apart, must be respected.


Essential shops, food shops, markets, pharmacists and the like, will remain open as normal. Other shops are allowed to open from Monday through to Friday but must close at the weekends. This situation is in force until the 3rd of April, at this time.

Post update – Staffed fuel (petrol and diesel) stations are also allowed to open at the weekends.

Frites shops And Take-aways

Frituurs (chip or fry shops) and other take away food venues remain open but only for take away food. No consumption on the premises is allowed. Until 3rd of April, at this time.


I have not shown any symptoms of infection at this time but the situation has caused some hot fantasising.

Well despite the present crisis, this remains the blog of an F/m spanko 🙂



I was going to use this post to expand on floggers and flogging by having a look at the types of floggers available but due to circumstances I simply do not have time to do that tonight (It is Tuesday evening as I write this) perhaps I will have time to put that post together for Friday. Until then I found this little video for your entertainment.

Hypnotic Flogging

I was not sure about posting this as it may count as non consensual play. But the action is so mild, I do not think that any of the participants felt a thing anyway.