Spoons

I used to write this column for a BDSM newsletter that was called Adventures of a Toy Slut. I would take the pervertables I came across and share a story about them. I have published 3 of them in Ohio SMART Newsletter. I delight in finding things in ordinary everyday life and turning them into something that can be used in SM play.

An item that I think I have seen in most kitchens is a spoon – wooden or plastic. Here is a column I wrote about spoons with a list of other implements that can be used in play at the end.

One Sunday night, I had the pleasure of co-topping. I set the scene with candles all around the room giving it a soft glow. I thoughtfully laid out all the implements we might use during the scene.

During the scene, I picked up a plastic spoon with slots and the dominant I was topping with picked up a wooden spoon. We each took a butt cheek and started with light taps to harder taps to slow tapping to faster tapping. The girl we were topping started to giggle. She said it sounded like we were playing the drums. I told her, “So what?” and we continued. Next time a gag, I think.

Her bottom ended up a really nice red. It was light to medium hard, but it was fun for all of us. It was a good warm up to the heavier paddles and floggers we used on her later.

The wooden and plastic spoons we used are not the ones with the round, skinny handles that can break during play. These have a flatter wider handle and wider spoon also. I have found them at Big Lots and Dollar Stores. I also know that Pampered Chef carries them.

I went to a Pampered Chef party. The person having the party was a good friend who I met at a local BDSM group. She invited a few of us girls that get together to the party along with her vanilla friends. The Pamper Chef consultant was putting the presentation on while using one of the wooden spoons. She picked it up and said, “…that the spoons are good spoons, very sturdy……you can even spank your kids with them.” We all just smiled and tried not to burst into laughter. The Pamper Chef spoons are more expensive, but did look very sturdy.

So, I suggest wooden and plastic spoon – with and without slots – for a good warm up and a lovely shade of red on your bottom’s bottom.

Also other kitchen implements to play with could be: spatulas, mini-spoons or spatula (to use on little bits), saran wrap, chip clips, scrub brushes, pizza paddles, cutting boards, pasta utensils (paddle shaped with holes in them), pickle grabbers, chopsticks, and bamboo skewers.

Just be creative and think about the impact or after affects of using these implements before using them on a bottom.

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