Windsor Sunday Candid’s – 124

Time for another Sunday Candid spanking photo, this one will be added to my PLAYFUL SPANKINGS album. A flapper being spanked is always a joy to see, so when I find a new sanking image featuring a flapper getting spanked then I can’t wait to share it. My guess is that the image is from the 1920s.

When other blogs rip off my content they generally chop the photo up to only feature the spanking, but I’m a little different in that I always like to show the picture as it was originally found. Sometimes it is a bit of a pet peeve of mine, especially when they start chopping out other people that were in the image. Many times the additional people in a spanking image actually enhance it, especially when they are laughing.

6 thoughts on “Windsor Sunday Candid’s – 124

  1. What a wonderful picture! Is this her father, or a wicked uncle? Anyway, it made me smile.

  2. Very difficult to nail down the exact decade. The basic problem is that the men’s daytime suit hasn’t changed that much in the last hundred years, although if we could get a better look at the spanker’s shirt and tie we might find a clue.

    Women’s fashions and hairstyles are more distinctive, but we don’t have a good look at either on this spankee. Yes, her skirt is short, characteristic of the flapper era (and I enthusiastically agree with you, Richard, that flappers should be spanked!), yet it could be a little later than that.

    Great find in any case!

  3. web-ed,

    I try very hard not to just go by what is written when I find the pics, because a lot of the time it is just a random guess. There was also one blog that was notorious for “Making shit up” and claiming that a third party told them A, B, C and D, etc. Many times these were distorted pro pics that they were trying to pass off as real. Actually there is another blog that still does that to this day. While I am aware that they are ‘fantasizing’ about pics, there are going to be a lot of people who believe the write ups to be real. I pointed one out once because it involved a friend of mine, they acknowledged that they were misrepresenting the story of the picture, yet haven’t changed their made up summary to this day 🙂

    Obviously like yourself I will try to use an educated guess as to what we are seeing, and yes, sometimes I will say what I would like it to be. But I am always very up front about it being a fantasy scenario. One time I was rightly called out for not doing that, but the person who called me out later posted a “Colorized” pic themselves that they were trying to pass off as a genuine color pic from the 1950s. Choosing some classic word play so that when they were called out on it they could reply “Oh I never said IT WAS” 🙂


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