I had forgotten to update this anywhere and had seen a draft of this post here, so decided to finish it for you. It is worth it… Elly was a new model that tried out spanking at RealSpankings.com – now this site and the others in Mr Masterson’s fine network are renowned for their harder nature of content so if you were new and a little unsure about getting your 1st ever spanking on film… this would be sure arriving in at the deep end!
However, what I liked about this intro film, is that it shows that they treat newbies with total respect and have “range” – something many producers have no concept of and think just whacking the heck out of the girls will make great films. They do not: that is veering towards misogyny and I don’t like to see abuse of this sort… what I do like to see, especially for a beginner is a short interview, the reason she is there, her expectations and then start off light and progress from there…
Elly gets her 1st OTK spanking at the hands of Betty Blaze
So by the end of this first film, Elly’s tight buns are looking decidedly red and speckled for a first timer. Overall, this was a great warm up… and for once, even Elly’s tattoos were part of her charm as she disrobed (this is a personal preference as normally I am not a fan, to be honest, but each to their own)… What I did like was Elly’s natural look and charm/personality which we got from this film and with 2 nice angles we get the warm up spanking and then the harder spanking when she was ready.
She shows herself to be a happy go lucky 26 year old “hippy” chick who showed she could take a spanking… as you will see in later films which, incidentally, you can also see right now at Realspankings.com
From this Elly progressed to what you can see below, now also available at the same site!
Paddled hard on her bare bottom – not bad for a naughty first time “whacking”
To those in America this weekend… enjoy Superbowl XLIX (49)
Actually I thought 49 in Roman Numerals was IL but I guess these didn’t look as good – Roman numerals are fun… there are a few basic rules and generally in good Latin, the shortest possible way of writing the number was used (for example 9 was always IX and never really VIIII but I think both are still correct). The rule is a smaller letter in front will subtract their value from the following number and if placed on the right will be added to the number.
So… if you were born in 1974 – that would be MDCCCCLXXIV (confused?)
For Superbowl purposes the 1st few are used. The fun about Roman numerals is that you can write out a number differently but it will come to the same value. If you place a numeral of less value in front of a higher value (eg IV 1…5) then you are saying take one from five which gives you 4… and if you write VIII this is saying 5 plus 1 plus 1 plus 1 = 8!
So Superbowl 49 (XLIX) is written as -10+50-1+10=49 (oy!!!)