When Mr. P sent me a collection of Sorority Spanking pics back in September, I had no idea just how this event was going to turn into such a hobby for me. We are at number 16 and I still have, at this current time anyway, another 60 or so pics still to share. More are sure to follow as I continue my research. In the three short months since I started this feature, 25,000 hits have been registered for Sorority pics alone. To me that is pretty staggering in such a short time and clearly the feature is well loved, as is the Wednesday classics feature. It is comforting to see the numbers spike every Wednesday and Sunday from people looking to see what unique image I have come up for them. For the complete list of Sorority Spanking pics just click the link provided and you can find them all in one place.
The Wednesday Classics feature will eventually overtake the Sorority spanking pics in the long run, it is getting closer daily in terms of page views. To be honest as well, the CLASSIC FINDS pictures are of much better quality and they feature a lot of OTK action from school plays that feature spankings. To start the new year this Wednesday I am going to give you a killer OTK spanking pic from “Men are like Streetcars“. Eventually these pics will find their way around the various blogs and websites, and I am more than happy to make this important contribution to the spanking world. Keep in mind that I still have nearly 70 unseen classic finds for this Wednesday feature, so every week in 2013 you will get a brand new classic spanking pic. Of course I continue to discover more, but the pickings are getting pretty slim at this point.
Today’s sorority spanking pic is from Denver in 1958, featuring three girls delivering a mock paddling to a pledge, enjoy.
Update: I cropped the pic and asked if anyone could decipher what the writing said. Strict Dave and Stacey Macy provided the following. “May the candle of knowledge guide our ship to achievement”. That is the motto of Phi Chi Theta, and while this pic is from Alpha Gamma Delta, there is a pretty good chance that the paddle was borrowed. Thanks for your expertise, Dave and Stacey, that was awesome!!