Windsor Sunday Candids – 79

During the week I was trying a different search term whilst reviewing the book text of hundreds of yearbooks. Now as any archivist will tell you,  or should I say the ones that actually put the work in to bring you these unique finds,  the search function is as rudimentary as it gets. Still,  with the new search term in hand I found a new image,  and then after doing an online search I could find no reference to this play or the spanking scene in it.

This isn’t something that I am claiming as a new find however,  my guess is going to be that the other half dozen or so collectors out there who have been doing this for a lot longer than I have probably discovered this spanking scene years ago. I will say this though,  on my initial sweep I only found seven photos from this play featuring a spanking,  so it might be possible that a couple of the collectors have yet to discover this one for themselves.

The play in question is called The Monkey’s Uncle by Jay Tobias. If you head to my VARIOUS SCHOOL PLAYS folder you will find at least three other plays featuring spankings by Jay Tobias,  Dotty and Daffy,  Damsels In Distress and Introducin’  Susan.

I’m not going to go crazy on the synopsis,  that is Harry’s forte and I don’t want to steal his ideas especially as he puts so much work into it. In a nutshell an eighteen year old girl pretends to be her younger brother in order to thwart her Uncle’s marriage plans. There is more than the odd movie where a girl pretends to be a guy and ends up getting spanked.

Anyway,  I have seven spanking pics in total from this play,  and I am certain that I will find more as time goes on. This entry is from Galena,  KS in 1959. Click on the image for the full sized version.

Over the next few days I am going to be making a vanilla post about my trip to Japan last November. I’m currently learning the Katakana writing system in the hopes of using it when I return to Japan later in the year. Japan has three writing systems so it’s not like I am really learning Japanese,  I’m just learning a portion that is primarily used for translating foreign words. Believe it or not,  it is actually remarkably easy to read single words using Katakana,  sentences become much harder though. I had to create an image of my next sentence as my blog won’t accept words written in Katakana.

The image also includes both of the other writing styles,  Kanji and Hiragana,  but if you stick to just the writing in Katakana,  you can see by the four words that I have translated above that it is quite possible to translate certain words where you can work out what is being said. Burugaria Yoguruto,  Remonpiru & orenjipiru. It will be invaluable on my next trip as I will be spending most of the next trip out of Tokyo where there is less English translations for one to use.

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