Pilfering at the chip shop

When I was younger so much younger than today I had a lot of different jobs. It was my choice. You could in those days. I might spend the summer at the seaside and Christmas in a department store or lugging mailsacks for the post office. I loved it. Moving around, never in the same … Continue reading Pilfering at the chip shop

Late at the office

Josef pushed his cleaning cart through the large open plan office. It was close to eight in the evening, he expected the place to be deserted. Josef did not like his job. It was boring and he felt exploited by the international accounting conglomerate. They made millions in profit each year, but he was on … Continue reading Late at the office

The Young Conservative

Colonel Wolstenholme’s three chins rested on his chest. He had dined rather too well and the hall was hot. Speaker after speaker droned on and on. He had to keep awake. It was his duty; he was a judge in the Brocklehurst Young Conservatives’ public-speaking competition. The final entrant was on the platform. Tom Wheeler … Continue reading The Young Conservative

The rookie deputy sheriff

Sheriff Connelly stared down his long nose at the snivelling rookie deputy quaking before him. “What a fool. A complete idiot. A waste of space,” he thought. His grey eyes blazed, “What kind of people is the City employing these days?” Connelly held his temper. Deputy Bahr squirmed. Sweat soaked his forehead and his head … Continue reading The rookie deputy sheriff

Gareth learns his place

Gareth Williams, aged twenty-four, junior sales executive, gazed vaguely across the office. It was full of young men just like himself; clean shaven, closely-controlled hair, dark suits, sober shirts. It looked like they had been manufactured in packs of twelve. The office was hot and it was mid-afternoon, he was bored to distraction and there … Continue reading Gareth learns his place

Road Trip

Looking back on it Bradley realised that he ought to have smelt a rat right from the start. If he hadn’t been as vain as he was, he should have wondered what ever possessed his employer Mr MacDonald to take him on that business trip across Europe, when he had so many older and abler … Continue reading Road Trip

Seasonal spankings – compilation

Picture credit: Joe Phillips Tis the season of goodwill to all men, but not necessarily all boys. Santa has his list of who’s been naughty and who’s been nice. Expect a few sore bottoms before the holiday is over. Here are a selection of my stories from Christmases past for you to enjoy for the … Continue reading Seasonal spankings – compilation

The banker and the three wretches

Charlie’s jaw dropped slack with astonishment as the whirlwind flew through the door. He watched the colossus stride through the banking hall, his walking cane held at his shoulder like an infantryman’s rifle. All around, cashiers and customers alike, stopped work to stare as the man – all six feet six inches of him – … Continue reading The banker and the three wretches

It happened to me too …

This photograph’s not what it looks like. A fellow, trousers down, over the desk, about to get a caning. It’s not real. It’s not from a documentary,  it’s from a video. A spanking video. A fetish video. There are lots of them all over the Internet. I know it’s from a made-up story, but the … Continue reading It happened to me too …

University bully

  Hundreds of academics have been accused of bullying colleagues in the past five years, prompting concerns that a culture of harassment and intimidation is thriving in Britain’s leading universities. – Genuine news story “Bend over.” You stare dumbfounded, “Excuse me?” “I said bend over.” “I don’t understand.” “What part of ‘bend over’ don’t you … Continue reading University bully