Thursday, August 17, 2017

Sent By My Sweet Jack





The only problem with an attitude like that is what happens when things go a little too far. When the naughtiness takes over, we ttwd wives know how things end........ on our end!

So when does sassiness cross the line and become naughty? What are the triggers? Let's hear your story.

Meredith

14 comments:

  1. Hi Meredith, To be honest I think my husband likes my naughty side.He says he doesn't see it enough, guess I am just boring!
    love Jan, xx

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  2. M,
    I've always said Hoss loves me sassy! Until he doesn't. It's his eyes that tell me which way the spanking will go. If they're twinkling I'm good to keep going with the sass. It's when the eye brows go up and the eyes lose their sparkle that I know the playing is over and I've crossed some sort of invisible line that I'm not quite sure how or when it was drawn. Not much of an answer, but that's what happens here.
    --Baker

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  3. In our house when I don't heed that warning the line has been crossed. So at times I'm thankful for the raised eyebrow, the little squeeze, the quiet but firm 'watch it', the reminder swat, the thigh slap, and the very clear verbal warning that I'm nearing the line. These are the things that save my end! Very cute picture!

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  4. Just tonight I was teasing Nick about his age. He kept giving me 'the look' grinning, but letting me know he was listening and I was pushing my luck. I paid when I got home to the tune of the dogging bat. I may have to tease him more!

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  5. Love this Meredith, on the whole Rick likes my naughty/cheeky side.

    Hugs
    Roz

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  6. There's okay teasing and not okay teasing. It's sometimes hard to know where the line is and I think it moves according to the mood at the time. Fortunately, though I don't recognise specific triggers, I do heed the warning signs more often than not!
    Rosie xx

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  7. I imagine we just "know". It's in the look. or the inflection of the voice. And that's when I dial it back or say "I'm sorry, I didn't mean to upset you I was just teasing."

    Most of the time it works. :)

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  8. Ray is very familiar with my 'spunk' and most of the time he loves it. When I've crossed the line, he withdraws.

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  9. Mere, I think I have written about crossing this line, too. It's all fun and games until I see his eyes narrow.

    My theory is to live dangerously. Teasing is my favorite form of flirting.

    Hugs From Ella

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  10. A sassy Mere? Hmmmmm, who knew? ;)
    Mignon

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  11. Sassy is appreciated, until it's just not. I can get away with more when its just the two of us. In the day to day of life, or out with friends, his tolerance for it is a bit lower. I will say, his tolerance is non-existence at home improvement stores. We're there on a mission, he's got a budget and a list.

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  12. I was always told I have a sassy side. Until today, I never knew it was such a huge issue. In fact I never knew I crossed the line until it was way too late.

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  13. That perfectly explains the "t" in Katie t! ;) Unfortunately I don't have to try... small trouble kind of finds me! HA! Rob likes me just the way I am. I am well aware of where the line is. My bottom thanks me! Many hugs,

    <3 Katie

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  14. I have yet to find a trigger that ends in a spanking...but I will yet you know... :-)

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