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.

Okay, okay, here’s the real parody

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You didn’t think I was going to skip the annual carol parody, did you? The one from last week was simply a bonus, because… well, because I felt like it. But ’tis an Erica Scott tradition to create a spanko parody of a Christmas carol every year, and I wasn’t about to slack off on it. Besides, work is slow this week, I have a wretched cold, so I have plenty of time on my hands and could use the distraction.

I’ve done several of these already (like this one from last year, for example), but as we all know, there is no shortage of carols to work with. The one from last year was complex with multiple verses, but this year, with my brain muddled with mucus, I needed to keep it simple. And what’s more simple and classic than “A Christmas Song”? Besides, to this day, I can’t think about that song without remembering my dad warbling “Jack Frost roasting on an open fire…”

So, with all apologies to Mel Tormé (co-writer) and Nat King Cole, here you go:

Bottoms roasting under open palms
Teardrops dripping off their nose
Misbehavior being handled by doms
And brats dressed up like Santa’s hos

Everybody knows a paddle and a strap or two
Help to keep the backsides bright
Whiny imps and the miscreants too
Will find it hard to sit tonight

They know a spanking’s on its way
They’ve got it coming and there’s nothing they can say
And all the good girls are gonna spy
To see what happens when you scheme and lie

And so the tops are rolling back their cuffs
To give the little brats their due
All Grinches out there, say goodbye to your duffs
Many spankings to you!

And yes, before anyone comments on it, it doesn’t escape me that I’m the biggest Grinch out there and should be the recipient of this holiday fare. To that I say, “Yes, please, bring it!” My mojo is definitely still very much alive. Yesterday, while in the throes of fever and boredom, I engaged in a brat war on Twitter — two other women and me against one male top. It was immature, it was silly… and it was so damn much fun. I haven’t done anything like that in years. And I’ve still got it, if I do say so myself. The top involved actually admitted, “Wow, you’re good. You’re really good.” 😀 So… once I get rid of this damn cold and get past the annual ho-ho shit, I will try to get back into the game and redouble my efforts to find a local play partner. Because I need this.

A final note… despite the heartache and disappointment and other bullshit that life tosses in our direction on a daily basis, I get by with a little help from my friends. For the special friend who had my back this week, thank you. ♥

Have a great weekend, y’all.

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12 thoughts on “Okay, okay, here’s the real parody

  1. Sheesh, I don’t want to think about where I’d be right now without you and your unyielding support.

    I love the parody and am glad you’re having a bit of fun even while dealing with the awful cold.

    Feel better soon, my friend! 😘❤️🌹

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  2. I love it! They always make me sing along and smile. Y’know, for a Grinch, this is an awfully festive tradition. Just saying. 😘 I’m sorry you haven’t been feeling well, get better!!! ❤

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  3. Jay — working on it. Thank you, sweetie.

    Lily — festive, shmestive! Love you, Sis.

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  4. Anonymous on said:

    Oh to be that lucky local top.

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  5. I really like this parody Erica. Hoping that your wish comes true and you find that elusive local play partner in 2020

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  6. Glorious!

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  7. Anonymous — “Lucky” is debatable, but thank you.

    Dorota — glad you enjoyed it.

    MrJ — thanks!

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  8. Anonymous on said:

    Well Well someone is playing Grinch … going to report you to the Grinch union shop Steward (sic) for encroachment. Meanwhile:

    “Raindeers keep falling on my Head” ……… and fa la la la la my ass!

    The Grinch!

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  9. Greetings Erica – I think this may be my favorite parody of yours by far! I can hum along nicely and such beautiful visuals!

    (I haven been around and just making the catch up rounds.)

    Best,
    Enzo

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