Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Take home chef

One of my favourite programs on Food TV is Take home chef, with Curtis Stone as the talented and good-looking chef. I record this show daily and watch it at home after a long day at work.

The other night, he was cooking dinner with a woman. The goal was to surprise her husband, who worked in construction, I believe. The chef, his crew of roughly fifteen camera folks, and the wife all shouted surprise! when he walked up the stairs of their home.

The exchange between the husband and wife went something like this:
"Someone's in a lot of trouble," he said, hugging his wife in a sweet embrace.

"Spank me," she said, escaping from his embrace and sticking out her bottom for a loving swat that never happened on her jeans.

I'm a foodie and a spanko. There no programming quite like this episode.


  1. Sorry to have to say so, but Incessantly Spanked has fallen on hard times. The last two posts haven't been nearly as engaging as what came before. It's pretty obvious that people aren't falling all over themselves to comment.

    There didn't need to be a second part to Spanking Triggers. And just because some woman flaunted her rear on a cooking show doesn't make it noteworthy. I don't know what's happened to the earlier level of analysis re. the spanking life that had me thinking so appreciatively of this blog as a refuge from that nauseatingly incestuous clique of Shadow Lane worshippers. Tsk.

  2. First, I don't think you "have to say" anything negative. You actually chose to do so. To each, his own opinion. However, you fail to note why I started this blog in the first place -- to write down *my experiences* pertaining to spanking. I am not here to cater to what others want me to post or what I should post. I am here to write about what interests *me*. Obviously, what I have written recently doesn't jive with what you had in mind. You can choose not to continue reading, as you are well aware. It would be nice if you actually respected the reason why I'm writing here. I don't need the snarky "tsk" remark, either.

    Frankly, I am not interested in volumes of comments. The fact that some folks can relate to what I am writing about rocks my world. As selfish as this may seem, I didn't start my blog to appease people who want me to write about what they want. I chose to write for me and my experiences. They may be lame to you, but they aren't to me.

    The cooking show thought may not seem noteworthy to you, but it was to me. I'd appreciate it if you held back on your critical remarks about what I document. The last thing I need is to worry about what folks don't like about what I write about. I should be able to write whatever I want. As the saying goes, if you don't have anything nice to say, you're better off not commenting in that mindset.

  3. Hi Cutiebootie,

    Excellent response. Love your blog

  4. Hi, Paddler! I appreciate your support. Thanks for writing! =)