Pinup Friday

Dec 15, 2017 by

Last Friday, it snowed a tiny bit where I live.

Yes! In Pensacola! That is quite an event here, though I’m pleased to assure you that the spattering of iciness did not shut down the city, as it did four years ago.

In any case, to mark the occasion, this Friday Pinup features the irredeemably adorable Pixie and friend as a pair of snow fairies.

They appear quite comfortable out there, possibly because, judging from the extra pinkness on their bottoms, they both had a vigorous pre-frolic warmup.

So, whether it ever snows here again or not, I do wish everyone a warm evening doing something you enjoy with people you like.

That is all.

Devlin out.

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B & B Art

Dec 14, 2017 by

Here is another Boucher bottom, or part of one. It isn’t easy to get both a woman’s backside and her bosom into the same picture, you know. 

This bum belongs to Venus. That’s her son Amor, who is widely known as Cupid. The old masters often painted them together.

I don’t think Cupid owns any pants, and this is one of the few places I’ve seen him where that isn’t obvious.

 

 

Here is an updated version of much that same pose, sans Cupid, only here we have Venus reclining on the half-shell rather than standing up in it, as in Botticelli’s Birth of Venus.

In this rendition, the artist (the name was written in Cyrillic characters, so I have no idea who painted it) manages to get much more of both B & B into the frame, which is quite nice.

 

Speaking of goddesses riding giant mollusk capsules, here is one version of the cover for Venus on the Half-Shell. This Venus very much resembles the Botticelli painting, in case you wondered.

Just FYI, Kilgore Trout is Kurt Vonnegut’s fictional and not at all successful science fiction writer who is mentioned in many of K.V.’s early novels. Trout supposedly sold his stories, including this opus, as print content filler to girly magazines, so, of course, no one ever read them because the men were too busy looking at the pictures.

A decade or three after Kilgore Trout’s appearance, Phillip Jose Farmer took it upon himself, with K.V.’s permission, to actually write the epic. Farmer included the lengthy purported excerpt from the novel that K.V. wrote for God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater.

Farmer’s story line is that galactic bureaucrats accidentally destroy Earth during routine maintenance. The sole human survivor then goes on a quest to find the “Definitive Answer to the Ultimate Question.”

And yes, Douglas Adams borrowed that concept for Hitchhikers’ Guide to the Galaxy. (42)

Suddenly, I’m hungry for clam chowder.

That is all.

Devlin out.

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The Moment (Revised)

Dec 12, 2017 by

 

When she wonders whether playing school with her top was such a good idea, after all.

 

The paddle he kept on his desk was just for fooling around at bedtime, and she could handle that much sting, most of the time.

 

 

But where on earth had he got hold of a cane? The scowl and the I’m-not-having-it tone of voice were new, too, and kind of scary.

 

Still, he was her top and knew what she could take, as well as what she needed to make her experience certain, very special feelings.

So she hung on to the desk and trusted him to give her exactly that.

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If It Doesn’t Sting, It’s Not This Thing

Dec 10, 2017 by

Delia’s boyfriend was very mean, and he would never let her wear a thong swimsuit. Then, when he was supposed to take her swimming one day, he called to say he had to work, instead. More than a bit put out, Delia went to the ocean without him and took this selfie, then she emailed it to him. 

 

When she got home, he was waiting for her. It did not take him long to prove that he was the real deal at doing this thing, so it did sting, quite a lot.

That is all.

Devlin out.

 

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Pinup Friday

Dec 8, 2017 by

Adding a coda to yesterday’s romp through yesteryear, today’s pinup features Roz and Bettie in a posed still shot from that same film session.

I read a quote from Bettie in Wikipedia regarding the sobriquet Queen of Bondage that has been given her. Apparently, she was not into bondage or spanking.

The deal with Klaw, however, was that the models did a four to five hour photo and film shoot most Saturdays, an hour of which featured bondage. If a model didn’t do the bondage, she didn’t get paid. Naturally, they all played the game.

So, although the hard smacking Roz gave Bettie on film was energetic and appeared realistic, you have only to look at the incorrect way she is holding her spanking hand to know that Roz is not a true disciplinarian.

 

And just because it’s such a classy shot that I love a whole bunch, here is a nude Bettie bonus to start your weekend off right.

That is all.

Devlin out.

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