I can’t believe I’m up to 400 posts in less than two years. What a jabberpuss! To everyone who reads me, from the newbies to those who followed me back in the MySpace blog days — thank you! I hope to keep you entertained for a long time to come.
So what am I posting for #400 — something enlightening, earth-shattering and profound? Nah. Shameless self-promotion. 😀
First up, Lily Starr has released the second of the three clips I shot with her and Robert in April, called Erica Scott, the Online Menace. Yes, this is the video based on that infamous incident on FetLife. Robert takes me to task for engaging with “idiots on the Internet,” first with an OTK spanking (until his hand blisters!), then a long session with a cocobolo paddle and a Cane-iac Attitude Adjustment strap. For those who wonder if the rumors about cocobolo paddles are true (are they really that painful?), the answer is YES. They SUCK!!! And that strap doesn’t tickle, either.
This video has something for everyone, I think. It has plenty of my signature sass and sarcasm, and some clever banter between Robert and me (he is definitely no slouch in the repartee department!). But it also has a hell of a lot of hard spanking, and my shrieking and kicking is real. I hope you’ll check it out.
And second — remember this, from August of last year? The SpankingTube trailer embedded in this post still exists, but alas, the full video hasn’t been available for many months now. The Villain retired, and his blog, videos and FetLife account no longer exist.
Because this is how those pesky rumors get started, let me hasten to assure you — the person behind The Villain is very much alive and well. It’s the character that has gone away. Perhaps he reformed. Or perhaps too many people figured out that behind that menacing, steely-eyed exterior was actually a helluva nice guy. 🙂 Anyway… I miss him. He was sexy and great fun. But now the video we shot together is in my hot little hands (with his and Dana’s blessing) and I’m selling it in my Spanking Library, here.
For those who didn’t see it last year, the scenario is basically as follows: I answer the door in the middle of the night (don’t try this at home, kids) to a creepy stranger, who forces his way into my apartment. It seems I’m going to get robbed, raped or worse… but then I find out he came for something else entirely (and guess what that is!). V plays the maniacal intruder to perfection and this is an action-packed 14 minutes.
I look scared to death here: