Erica Scott: Life, Love and Spanking

Ruminations, opinionated observations, darkly humorous blathering and the occasional rant from an outspoken spanko and unapologetic attention wh–, um, hog.

Well, what do YOU call it?

I love Girls’ Nights Out. Alex, SpankCake and I never fail to have interesting discussions on all sorts of topics. Classy, lofty topics, you understand. We’ll talk about world affairs, then segue seamlessly into classic literature, deconstruct a Shakespearean play or two, and wind up the evening with a scintillating discourse about the pros and cons of stem cell research.

Oh, bullshit. We talk about boys, spanking, and sex. Not necessarily in that order.

So, it’s no secret how much I loathe and detest the “c” word. However, because I copy-edit erotica, I have become somewhat inured to it. Still hate it, still won’t say it, still won’t write it, but I can deal with it. So when Alex occasionally slips, lets it fly and then sheepishly says, “Sorry, Erica,” I just laugh.

But if I don’t use the word, then what do I use?

I think I damn near made both Alex and SC do spit-takes tonight. We were talking about play partners at parties, casual play, etc., and how you often know next to nothing about the people you play with. “I mean, just because a guy’s spanked me a few times and had his fingers in my snatch doesn’t mean I know him,” I quipped.

“Erica said ‘snatch,'”Alex crowed, picking up her phone. “I like the word ‘snatch,'” I retorted. What did she do? Yup. Tweeted this:

“I like the word ‘snatch’!” @EricaLScott

Harrumph. Well, I do! It’s a great word! So descriptive. Plus, it’s never used as a pejorative, unlike the “c” word. When was the last time you heard someone say, “God, she’s such a snatch!” ?

So, another epic night with my girls. 🙂

In other news, I think I may have a crush on my new chiropractor. He’s just a little too gleeful about inflicting pain on my person and damned if that doesn’t make my kinky little self squirm. He’s a big bear of a guy with very strong hands, and when he’s digging his fingers into my low back, my hips, my scapula, and I’m moaning, he’s saying stuff like “Ah, there it is. Happy Monday!” Or, “Come on, I’m barely touching you. I’m dying to go much harder.” He calls me “my dear” frequently, which I always associate with toppy men. And he makes me feel like a very little bitty person — not young little, but size little. “You’re such a waif,” he said.  I protested and said I am not a waif, and he scoffed, “Oh please. I could throw you like a pizza.” Well. Plus, he makes me laugh so much, I forget he’s practically killing me. “Take a deep breath, relax, and pretend you trust me,” he said right before he damn near took my head off.

I used to see my old chiro every six weeks or so. I have a feeling I might see this one more often… Damn. I’m twisted in more ways than one.

I sure hope Steve makes it tomorrow. Between Snatch Chat and having big hands all over me today, I’m a bit hot and bothered.

 

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30 thoughts on “Well, what do YOU call it?

  1. “Take a deep breath, relax, and pretend you trust me,”

    Makes me think this man would not be opposed to putting his hand on your bottom.

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  2. I’ve never used the C-word in terms of anatomy. I do use it like a curse word and it only comes out when I am really angry and someone is really deserving of it. I do think some words are therapeutic like that, sometimes it just makes me feel better having said it (mind you, I have never said this to a person’s face). If I’m referring to anatomy, my go-to’s are hoo ha or va-jay-jay— because I am actually a 12 year old posing as an adult.

    Also, your chiro sounds positively swoon-worthy!

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  3. OBB — one never knows!

    Casey — I was at the receiving end of that word for many years from an evil stepmother, so I have a bit of PTSD about it to this day. Silly, as it’s just a word. But when I’m being less crass, I like “kitty.” 🙂

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  4. Connotations are by their nature subjective – but some are so deeply embedded that I am really careful with them.
    And… could Steve make ir?

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  5. MrJ — (sigh) No. He went on a long skiing weekend with some friends, and one of them took them all in his car. Aaaand the car broke down when they were ready to come home. Oh well.

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  6. “So when Alex occasionally slips, lets it fly and then sheepishly says, “Sorry, Erica,” I just laugh.” I just laughed too. And about the snatch, lol, love you guys. 🙂

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  7. Lily — (snickers) We conduct ourselves with such decorum, don’t we? Love you too!

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  8. I once knew a drag queen who called his bits “Miss P”. He’d hold the microphone under his dress, tell everyone to not look and pretend it talked.

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  9. Kyra — ROFL! OK, that’s a funny image.

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  10. Graham on said:

    it all depends on how the c word is applied Erica,in a professional kitchen the c word is the most used four letter word,after salt,so you can have `do that again c— and your out of a job`that`s nasty,or you can have it friendly `see you tomorrow c—`then you can have it as an adjective `who`s stolen my c—ing knife` or an adverb `stop c—ing talking and get some work done`
    Keep the good work up Scotty,love reading ya,your like a breath of fresh air

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  11. Graham — nope, for me, the context doesn’t matter. The word itself makes me sick to my stomach. And Gordon Ramsay is a pig! 🙂

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  12. anonymous on said:

    I understand your detest for the word. I’m a volatile bitch though when someone has done something so very heinous and unforgivable in my eyes either to me directly or from something I’ve seen or heard secondhand which causes me to despise said “C” person.
    Your chiro sounds like a riot. I would keep going back-and back again. 🙂

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  13. A. — you know, my feelings about that word are so deeply ingrained, I can’t even say it to myself! Recently, when my nemesis on FetLife pissed me off, I yelled out loud in my living room, “That fucking C-word!” Yes, I literally said “C-word,” not the word. I’m hopeless. 🙂

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  14. Erica –
    Oh I so can relate on the power of words over us. The C- word has always been on the top of the worst list, but interesting that in my experience “snatch” is not that far down from it. I have almost always heard it as a derogatory term and seldom as a affectionate name.

    Best,
    Enzo

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  15. CarolBeth on said:

    Erica,

    So much to comment on!

    * I agree – the “c” word is just nasty. Snatch is fine. Hoo hoo is okay, though a tad juvenile, pussy is acceptable sort of, and va jay is just icky to me. What are your feelings on “twat?”
    * I wish you hadn’t suffered from verbal abuse as a child. No one deserves that.
    * Not having a visit from Steve makes me sad too. I live vicariously through your blog and look forward to reading about your sessions.
    * Conversation with you would be a hoot. Between your wit and sarcasm I know I would be laughing so hard I would cry, or pee, or both.
    * I visit my chiropractor about once a week. He’s not a big man, but he is very strong, cute, funny and so nice. Now I’m going to be wondering what a spanking from him would be like!

    Though I haven’t commented for awhile, I check your blog for an update at least every other day. Please don’t stop writing!

    Hoping you get relief soon!

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  16. CarolBeth — twat makes me laugh. I can’t help it. And thank you for the compliments. 🙂

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  17. jasnstir on said:

    Too cute girl! Many of my friends get very silent when I chat about sexy stuff… Do you think they’re embarrassed or just trying to listen harder?
    xox SAM aka bWyatt 🙂

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  18. Sam — hey! Hmmm… I think I’ll decline to answer that. 😉

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  19. anonymous on said:

    As vile as you find the word, there’s an UBER OBNOXIOUS offshoot rather frequently used on Facebook’s NFL sites, political sites, etc directed at MEN either as the noun, or as the offending behavior. The 2nd part is usually typed in command form to said MEN as in “Stop being so C@NTY.
    THIS annoys my logical oriented mind so very much!

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  20. A. — Yup. I’ve seen that. Abhorrent AND stupid.

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  21. Jadelyn Mathias on said:

    Hi Erica ♡ I remember how much you hate the C word I don’t blame you its a very naughty word. Your doctor sounds Lovely LOL 😉 I am happy that you and Alex and SC had a great time. Much Love and hugs always from naughty girl Jade / Emily Jean xxxxx ♡

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  22. Jade — thanks. We really do.

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  23. I’m with CarolBeth when she writes: “I live vicariously through your blog and look forward to reading about your sessions.”
    But darn Erica you’re the only person I know who can write about a visit to the chiropractor’s office and turn it a delicious piece of erotica!

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